StolenDress Entertainment is an independent production company and podcast network dedicated to helping underexposed comedic voices rise above the din. We’re behind one of the world’s first viral videos, one of the first web videos to ever make it’s way onto an airline, and some of the web’s earliest series. Our projects have been distributed by companies as varied as NBC/Universal, Comedy Central and Frontier Airlines. We’ve developed one feature film and one television pilot with Jamie Kennedy Entertainment.
Our first feature film, the improvised mockumentary Looking Forward, about a naive young man’s pre-eligibility run for the presidency, is currently available online for free. Looking Forward also competed in both FX and Comedy Central’s pilot competitions, making it the only one out of thousands of submissions to place in both. The sequel, Looking Forward: 2016, was released from March through November of 2016 as a series of blogs (totaling 183) that will be turned into a feature film in 2017.
We’ve recently released our first documentary feature film, Lords of Soaptown, the insane true story of the strangest sport in history – freestyle walking.
Our podcasts include the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast, Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour. The Podcast., Dispatches from Fort Awesome, Why Did I Buy This?, Buddies in Space and The Cast Cast with Mike Worden, as well as Vice-Precedence: Being Number Two in the White House, a blog, book, documentary film and podcast.
- Released one of the world’s first viral videos, and the web’s first “lip dub”
- Premiered a long-lost Bob Newhart sketch from a one-of-a-kind lacquer on the Comedy on Vinyl Podcast
- Created the smallest playable comedy record in history
Contact: info AT stolendress.com