In a surprise move, Miramax Films has announced a big-budget remake of Sweet Bread Productions' groundbreaking, genre-defying 2005 film "The Movie: A brainchild of two borderline schizophrenic college students compiling their mental bowel movements into one semi-cohesive collage of scenes about nothing (or So It Would Seem)".
Set to be released in time for the 10-year anniversary of the original, the film stars Hollywood power-duo Ben Affleck and Matt Damon as the troubled friends Vini and Ed, tormented by a dark secret and slowly losing their minds as they try desperately to find an open restaurant. Funding for the project was provided by Rupert Murdoch, who is in talks to acquire SBP entirely.
Vini: Ben Affleck
ED: Matt Damon
Chris: Jonah Hill
Brian: Adam Sandler
Duke: Jet Li
Chris' Buddy: Benicio del Toro
Chris' mom: Kathy Bates
Tony: Ryan Gosling
Kayne: Andy Serkis
Man Bitch: Hafþór Júlíus Björnsson.
Girl at Club: Mila Kunis
Maylin: Lucy Liu
Waiter: Paul Giamatti
Arnie: Edward Norton
Cop: John Cho
Welcome to our new website! After retooling a few things and redesigning the look and interface, we're proud to debut our new home on the web, featuring the brilliant illustration of longtime collaborator Brittney Zablackis, who drew the donut in our logo almost a decade ago. We're still working out a few bugs, so bear with us as we continue to polish everything.
We recently celebrated our tenth anniversary and 2015 is shaping up to be the most active and exciting year in our organization's history. Here are some recent and upcoming happenings:
- We recently completed our first full-show video, of The Great Wall's recent concert in Los Angles. You can stream the whole thing and download a copy of the HD video here. We're also planning to release a DVD version, which you can purchase from the band.
- We filmed Domeshots' first show in four years last month in Eugene, Oregon. Hope to have the full show edited down in the next few weeks. Until then, here's a taste. Also working on videos of Septacy, Horders (one song from their recent show is already available), and a few others. We're still chipping away at the Circle Takes the Square video we shot last April. We promise to have that done before it's a year old.
- We're designing new merch over at Zazzle, proceeds will directly support our work. You can also make a direct donation through our new Paypal page.
- As you can see, we're listing upcoming shoots on the sidebar. If you'd like to support one of them, please consider making a contribution. HDV tapes aren't expensive, but they aren't free either.
- We're working on some new shorts. And some old ones that were shelved long ago.
- There's a SBP Twitter feed now.