L.A. Comedy Shorts Festival ROCKS!!! We’ve tricked them, again, this year into thinking we are totally awesome, so much so in fact, that they’ve decided to put our music video “What Up Little Kid” into their touring best of fest show. You can check out the touring best of fest show at the Lone Star International Film Festival in Fort Worth, TX and again at the Flyway Film Festival in Pepin and Stockholm, WI. We’d bet there will be more opportunities to check out the best of fest programming blocks, but that’s all we’ve got right now…until then why don’t you check out What Up Little Kid again…just for kicks.
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