American Cinemateque "Blows Up the Internet" to Feature Web Gurus Drama 3/4 Productions at Hollywood's Egyptian Theater
On July 16th, American Cinemathequeʼs ongoing ʻBlows Up the Internetʼ series will feature Drama 3/4 Productions. Drama 3/4's wide spectrum of online work ranges from branded content for Volvo, Kinaxis, Post Cereal and more; to independent comedy shorts inspired by their live show, A.S.S. (Another Showcase Showdown). Past and present web wonders will be joined by the debut of an all new short film in this big-screen retrospective at the historic Egyptian Theatre.
This multimedia machine has also served as a playground/incubator for other creators, including Kirk Zipfel (“HousePlace”) and Peopleʼs Choice Award-Winner Liam Sullivan (of Kelly: “Shoes” fame). Now, American Cinematheque is hosting a retrospective of Drama 3/4ʻs body of web work on the big screen at the historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.
Q&A / panel discussion will immediately follow the screening with Drama 3/4 partners Brice Beckham, David Fickas and Josh Uranga, along with select cast and co-producers.
The show begins at 7:30PM and tickets are available at Fandango.com
About Drama 3/4:
Drama 3/4 Productions was established in 1999 and consists of three partners – founder David Fickas, Brice Beckham and Josh Uranga. A multifaceted entertainment company, Drama 3/4 produces television, short ﬁlms, online/branded content and live theater events. www.drama34.com
Drama 3/4 Productions is represented by David Tochterman of Innovative Artists and Rick Genow and Chad Christopher of Stone, Meyer, Genow, Smelkinson and Binder.