With age comes sophistication. Of one's mind, of one's style, of one's palate. This ad features the always great Jet Eveleth and the luscious voice of Adam Burke. Produced and edited by Chad Wilson. Shot by Steve Delahoyde.
A new and innovative solution to a very real problem.
Check out the new short from our Sit For Glory sketch pilot. With Katy Colloton, Danny Mulae, and Paul Thomas. Produced and edited by Chad Wilson and shot by Jason Beaumont.
When rapper Stupify steps into the studio to record his new album, his biggest challenge is unexpected—a very precise producer.
Internet Comedy Star
Official Selection, L.A. Comedy Shorts 2013 Screened at Just For Laughs Chicago 2012
Written and directed by Paul Thomas Produced by Chad Wilson Camera and editing by Chad Wilson
Featuring James Fritz, Candy Lawrence, Sherman Edwards, Anthony Oberbeck
A holiday short that will warm your heart.
Cast: Sarah Shook Ken Witzgall Paul Thomas
Produced and edited by Chad Wilson Written and directed by Paul Thomas Shot by Jason Beaumont
Most New Year’s resolutions are unappealing, but this year I can’t resist. Fighter-trainer Kurt Grasa (oops, don’t look up what his last name means in Spanish) promises to make me “an all-around whole participant on this planet” in five minutes a day with his just released “Mixed Life Arts” program. His methods are somewhat unusual. I may need a gun permit and a pre-cut avocado. But his sincerity, his fit 6’5” frame, his expert bobbing and weaving … Hey, wait a minute. Who is this guy? Go to full article
You Oughta Know
Chicago's soul-rock band, The Jordan Years release “You OughtaKnow” video and single to bid farewell to their beloved recording studio and welcome new bandmates.
From the beginning, The Jordan Years have written, rehearsed, recorded, partied,and practically lived at West Town Recording, their smokey, subterranean studio in Chicago’s Humboldt Park neighborhood. After learning that they'd soon be losing their lease, The band made plans to assemble for one final jam session at their beloved clubhouse. From that last session, their single “You OughtaKnow.” was born.
In the accompanying video, director Chad Wilson combines in-studio footage of the band with a visual narrative that portrays the clash between his pursuit of artistic success and her dreams of stability. With the video, The Jordan Years close the door on one chapter of their story and introduce the next.
After a seemingly impossible search for the perfect players, The Jordan Years' core members, Wes Restless (vocals), Roger Panella (guitar), and Mike Andersen (bass) welcome new members, Lance Loiselle (keyboards) andMichael August (drums) to the group.
Do you find yourself confused by all of life's choices? Reuben Lardnar can help.
Written and directed by Paul Thomas. Produced and edited by Chad Wilson. Shot by Jason Beaumont. Thanks to Wendy Mateo, Patricia Tinsley, Paul Tinsley, and Anjee Oliver for acting greatness.