Remember the Archies? Apparently the people at Vancouver-based film company Point Blank Creative do. They’ve made a fake trailer for a full length feature that’s a re-imagining of the story to say the least. Shot for $3500 over two days, it looks pro…
As most Montrealers can probably tell, the bulk of our video for the Stop the Meter Campaign was shot in the Concordia University Library. This meant one thing: Quiet on the Set!
In this video, our Baby Spice (or is it Scary?) mouths the lines of the song between rows of books as a whisper is heard. Enjoy…
New York-based tansparent grunge 3-piece Hourray For Earth performs Comparable, Compatible live at Sala Rossa in Montreal January 19th, 2011. Hourray for music! 🙂
Video by Chris Zacchia
Read the full review by Cassie Doubleday here
Aimee Davidson dons a unitard billboard out in public for Gynad as part of her attempt to do 100 jobs each for $100 or more. Does she have fun? What type of reactions does she get? Watch and find out.
In the second episode in her quest to perform 100 jobs for $100 or more, Aimee Davidson meets with Brent of Mile End Media and gets paid for an interview and some camera work with Peter of Athlete’s International and meets Brent’s dog Buster. By all accounts, a success!
Not quite sure if this is his first public appearance since getting released on bail, but it’s certainly the most interesting from Wikileaks founder/”enemy of the state” Julian Assange. Following on the heels of The Rap News’ initial take on Cablegate, the web video series hosted in rhyme by Robert Foster releases another musical take on Wikileak’s latest releases and this time the vid features Assange himself in a cameo. This is kinda like newsmakers appearing on SNL for the progressive underground elements of the internet generation. Above all, it’s a clever, funny video…enjoy!
Aimee Davidson has a goal: to do one hundred jobs, each for one hundred dollars or more. In the first episode, she shows how she cleans apartments when she’s not auditioning for roles
Tonight, FTBTV is proud to bring you a special event, the Who Shot JR of this generation! Without a doubt, the greatest murder mystery ever filmed in Montreal for the internet and featuring a stuffed dog…EVER!
We Heart Music columnist Cassie Doubleday sits down with the creator of the Funcore genre Rich Aucoin before his show in Montreal with Hot Hot Heat and Hey Rosetta on October 16th, 2010. Watch the interview…
Cassie Doubleday interviews Gavin Gardiner from The Wooden Sky after their performance with Yukon Blonde at Sala Rosa in Montreal on October 26, 2010
Matt and Kim perform 1234 surrounded by balloons at Le National in Montreal 10-30-2010.
Video by Ethan Cox
Matt and Kim perform Motorcycle Story live at Le National in Montreal on 10/30/2010.
Video by Ethan Cox
Matt of Matt and Kim hugs fans after a performing Le National in Montreal 10/30/2010.
Video by Ethan Cox.
In the first installment of his new FTBTV series Haunted Stories, Adam Kolodny tells the tale of a woman who fears a serial killer with a particular fascination with The Beatles may very well be in her house. Find out what happens!
After a long hiatus, JC Sunshine, Ricardo and Rex are back to re-launch Forget The Box TV! This is the first of two new episodes that will finish off season three of the comedic narrative-driven web-TV talk-show. JC Sunshine return home after drinking Suzie’s “special coco” with nothing but a fuzzy recollection of the evenings events. JC is ready to host his show like normal, but all isn’t normal for JC, Ricardo and Rex. Rex is under the weather and so he takes Rex to the vet where JC also meets special guest is Loretta Clark of the High Times store. Other special appearances by pot, booze, acid, peyote, cocaine and some concoction that we’re really not sure what it is…
JC’s number one fan Suzie invites him and Rex to Club Sin’s Malice in Wonderland, but all does not go according to her plan. Meanwhile back in the studio, JC and Ricardo talk sex and welcome special guest Ä–milie Laliberté from STELLA.