Dec. 4, 2016 marked the 10th day of production for Thanks A Latte, and we couldn't be happier with how production is going so far. We've had a blast collaborating with numerous actors and organizations in Chicago to make this project a reality. There are still a handful of shooting days left to go, so follow us on Facebook and Twitter for BTS pics and production updates.
Third Wheel's second short film, Strongroom, is currently making it's way through the festival circuit. The film recently won an "Award of Excellence" at the Canada Shorts Film Festival, where it was screened by a panel of judges from around the world.
In March 2017, Strongroom will screen at the Green Bay Film Festival as an Official Selection. For more information on this festival, please visit www.gbfilmfestival.org.
We're so excited to see where this film goes, so stay tuned for updates.
In early November, Broiled screened as part of the Festigious Film Festival - an online festival that allows the public to view all films and vote for the "Best of Fest" winner. Broiled racked up a large amount of votes, most of the votes giving the film 4 or 5 stars (out of 5). The short walked away from the festival winning the "Best Dark Comedy" award, and we couldn't be more proud! A huge "thank you" to the Festigious team for having us at this year's festival, and thank you to everyone who voted for Broiled!
Check it out... The poster for "Strongroom" is finally here! Pretty groovy, right? A huge thank you to the talented Wendy Santeliz for designing it! For more information on the film, visit www.strongroomfilm.com.
We're proud to announce our latest project, Thanks a Latte!
Thanks a Latte follows Madison, Drew, and Ken – three 20-something baristas who are stuck working the afternoon shift because they can’t handle the morning rush. But even though the afternoons are slow, the team always finds some sort of trouble to get into, making their daily grind anything but boring.
Thanks a Latte is a comedic web series created by Third Wheel Entertainment. The series stars Megan St. John as Madison, Brian Walsh as Drew, and Jack Dwyer as Ken. Season one is currently shooting in Chicago, IL and will be released in early 2017 in the form of four 22-minute episodes.
To see our latest sketch video or for more information on the show, visit the show's website, and be sure to follow the Burnouts on Facebook (@ThanksALatteShow), Twitter (@ThanksALatteTV), and Instagram (@morning_rise_cafe).
Broiled has been accepted into the Portland Unknown Film Festival, Raleigh Film Festival, Route 66 Film Festival, and BLOW-UP International Arthouse Film Festival. For more information on the screenings, please visit www.broiledthefilm.com.
We are excited to announce that Broiled has been accepted into the Blue Whiskey Independent Film Festival! Broiled will play at the festival on Saturday, July 30th as part of the shorts block in the evening. This will be Broiled's World/US premiere, so we hope to see you there!
For more information on the festival and weekend/day passes, visit www.bwiff.com.
If you are reading this then you've already figured it out... we have a new website! So far, 2016 has been a busy year for us with the release of Broiled and the production of our newest short, Strongroom. In the midst of all of the excitement, we decided to do a little rebranding, and although we still dabble in corporate projects and music videos, we have decided to dedicate our website to our narrative work- or in other words, pieces that are written, directed, and produced by us! There are so many stories that we want to tell, and we're stoked to start developing them this spring, so be sure to stay tuned!