Unbury The Biscuit
A disillusioned hockey instructor – and failed NHL prospect – is strong-armed into running drugs by the leader of an arena-based crime ring. Unbury The Biscuit is written/co-produced by and stars Jack Murray (Netflix’s BETWEEN), and includes a synth-heavy score composed by director R. Stephenson Price through his alt-rock music project Tridia.
Toronto rock band Paint are putting their bread and butter on display, literally and figuratively, with a double live album and concert film featuring mostly unreleased songs, with select cuts from Paint’s critically-acclaimed LPs, Can You Hear Me? and Where We Are Today, and film soundtrack/EP, Based on Truth and Lies.
Join our hosts Wes and Avery for the ongoing trials and tribulations of the Gratuitous Behavior podcast: the only podcast dedicated to servers, hosts, bartenders, busboys, dishwashers, and everyone indentured to the service industry. Gratuitous Behaviour stars Dony Lugo and Ian Lynch, is created/written by Dana Robert Taylor, and directed by R. Stephenson Price.
An illicit love affair ends abruptly, leading a young man on a downward spiral (of Sex, Drugs, and Rock-n-roll) as mysterious forces beyond his control begin to intervene. Taking cues from the film/music collaborations of U2 & Anton Corbijn, The Who’s Quadrophenia, Jim Jarmusch’s Dead Man, Alice in Wonderland, and the films of Davids Cronenberg and Lynch, 11:11 is an hour-long experimental sci-fi film set to the music of Toronto rock band PAINT.