Film by Matthew Aaron (Comedy and Drama) Producer Bromance is an observational comedy about modern dating and sexuality. Bromance follows the week in the life of an internalized, homophobic Chicagan, David, who's grown bored with his daily life and even his group of hyper-masculine Italian buddies. When David befriends a new-to-Chicago, gay man the film dissects the consequences of that friendship and argues that friendships can transcend social labels.
Dine and Dash
TV Movie by Patrick Wimp (Documentary, Comedy and Talk-Show) Producer Matthew Aaron (Comedian/Writer/Actor and host of the popular and cleverly named Podcast "The Matthew Aaron Show") brings his brand of ballsy, in-your-face humor and encyclopedic knowledge of films and TV to the small screen as Creator and Host of "Dine and Dash", a unique, independently-financed, multi-camera, unscripted, reality-based TV pilot which will give viewers a behind-the-scenes peek at Hollywood and fame through fun and entertaining stories told by some of today's biggest celebrities in an intimate dinner setting. The pilot will feature Aaron sitting down to dinner with 6 well-known celebrities at a local LA restaurant. They will be talking about whatever happens to be on their minds--from fame and fortune to love and politics. Whatever the topic, you are sure to be entertained. Written by Patrick Tobias, Melanie Marquez
The Way We Talk
Film by Matthew Aaron (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Producer There's always a new fad, whether that be a terrible hairstyle, gag-worthy fashion, or theme parties. But for Michelle and Jerry, it's the latest trend in-vogue that prompts them to invite all their closest friends to a relaxing weekend getaway: a divorce party. Michelle's blooming career has left Jerry in the dust and they've grown apart ... together. Through a (seemingly) mutual separation, both parties agree a getaway to close their romantic chapter makes the most sense when their friends accompany them. Of course each set of friends comes with their own wacky baggage. Between divorce, weekend pranks, the pressures of pregnancy, a gay love affair, and a drunken tryst, Matthew Aaron's latest film focuses on the way we treat each other and The Way We Talk.