Todd writes and directs videos - mostly comedy and documentary, or some combination of the two. He is currently Creative Director for UCB Comedy. Previous to this he worked at the Onion News Networks during their Peabody Award Winning year. One time Todd found a role of film in Brooklyn that led him on a worldwide search for the owner. He documented his experience and TIME Magazine called it “Youtube’s Greatest Adventure” and ABC News called him a “real life international man of mystery.” His work has been featured in several film festivals including Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca, and AFI. His video/film work has been watched over 25 million times and has been featured on New York Times' website, Entertainment Weekly's website, Huffington Post, and his Mom's Facebook Wall. brooklynfoundfilm [at] gmail [dot] com

 

Same subject.  Different name.  Better show.
Reserve tickets: http://newyork.ucbtheatre.com/shows/view/178
For two years Todd Bieber lived a secret life. A bizarre legal contract  forced him to make shitty local commercials in rural Pennsylvania and  he’s never told anyone about it until now. (Though chances are you’ve  seen his handy work - as it aired up and down the east coast) From  directing a ten-year-old dressed as James Bond to turning a car into a  photoshopped helicopter - come hear the true stories about how Todd got  into (and eventually out of) the seedy underworld of local televisions  commercials. Watch the final commercials, see the outtakes, and find out  how these ridiculously horrible commercials got made.

Same subject.  Different name.  Better show.

Reserve tickets: http://newyork.ucbtheatre.com/shows/view/178

For two years Todd Bieber lived a secret life. A bizarre legal contract forced him to make shitty local commercials in rural Pennsylvania and he’s never told anyone about it until now. (Though chances are you’ve seen his handy work - as it aired up and down the east coast) From directing a ten-year-old dressed as James Bond to turning a car into a photoshopped helicopter - come hear the true stories about how Todd got into (and eventually out of) the seedy underworld of local televisions commercials. Watch the final commercials, see the outtakes, and find out how these ridiculously horrible commercials got made.

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