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Film Independent Spirit Awards March 1 10PMPatton Oswalt might be best known as a comedian, but he also happens to be an actor (and occasionally a host of festivities). He’s been in a range of productions, including a number of independent films, and that’s why he’s the perfect spokesperson for the INDIE-IZER, a new product that can turn any big budget Hollywood film into an endearing micro-budget indie film: More »

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All creative individuals have their own ways of working and specific quirks about their methods. I always think it’s fascinating to watch professionals at the top of any creative or artistic field, and see what parallels can be drawn between those fields and filmmaking. Patton Oswalt happens to be one of those rare few who has had major success in a number of different areas, including comedy, acting, and screenwriting, and even if you don’t recognize his face, you just might recognize his voice as Remy from Ratatouille. In the episode below of Thrash Lab’s Rituals, get an in-depth look at Patton Oswalt’s creative process. More »

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This is not new. It is so old, in fact, that it has been on the internet for over two months, so feel free to skip this if you’ve already heard it. However, I’ve found myself sharing Patton Oswalt’s recent keynote speech on comedy with more than one filmmaker/actor/creative over the past few months when they tell me about trying to make it via “traditional” routes. So here it is, because if you replace the term “comedian” with “filmmaker” it applies equally well. More »

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For anyone who’s been tempted to pander to studios, gotten notes on a screenplay, or struggled with self-doubt during the lonesome screenwriting process, this very NSFW audio routine from comedian Patton Oswalt about Death Bed: The Bed that Eats (People) will resonate: More »