Film/Video Production, Screenwriter and Educator
Independent film and digital video production. The Chicago Comedy Film Festival Channel we created and administer is now managed by industry leader Collective Digital Studio. Our personal projects are under the management of Collab Studios.
Name: Avant Brent Kado
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
A Short History of Drugs in the Valley
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Festival: A Documentary
Film by Brent Kado (Documentary) Director, Producer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director "Festival" is a documentary film about the role music festivals play in the lives of our friends, neighbors, coworkers, and families. Against the backdrop of the third surge of music festivals in the US, we follow the stories of Jill, Travis, Austin, Kenneth, Barbara, Tracy, and Sara as they navigate a 3-day weekend that tests their relationships, surfaces their demons, and ultimately draws out the best in all of them. "Festival" aims to be the most honest and detailed look at why our generation attends these massive events, what we sacrifice, what we gain, and why it all matters. This isn't a concert film. It neither vilifies nor glorifies the festival industry. This is a collection of stories from real individuals, a snapshot of what happens when 100,000 people descend on a festival weekend.
Totally Rad 90s House Party
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Comedy Below the 10
Film (short) by Brent Kado (Comedy) Director, Writer, Producer Interviews with today's biggest YouTube stars.
Film (short) by Jose Rodriguez-Robles (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew A young magician finds in an old trick the real meaning of his career.
Television (Game-Show, Music and Reality-TV) Miscellaneous Crew Four famous musicians search for the best voices in America and will mentor these singers to become artists. America will decide which singer will be worthy of the grand prize.
Film (short) by Jessica Noelle Hardy (Comedy and Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director The perfect ingredients for middle American angst. Tara and her brother still live with mom and dad in rural gray small town America. This short film is a satire on boredom, forgiveness, and the way one copes with being stuck.
Film (short) by Jessica Noelle Hardy (Comedy and Western) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director When Chicago parking authorities give a parking ticket to Cook county's most honest cowboy, he fights for justice.
Welcome to Gentle Waters
Film by Brent Kado (Comedy) Director, Writer, Producer Five strangers attend Terry Shore's Gentle Waters Retreat Center for drug and alcohol addiction. Terry loses his way and his guests have to put up with his antics.
Through the Mirror
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Off the Cuff
Film by Brent Kado (Comedy) Director, Writer, Producer Timothy Scarth and Mary Beth Grendel work to put together the 2007 Improvapalooza Festival. Timothy, one of Chicago's well known improvisers, creates Improvapalooza and Mary Beth hopes to help him grow the festival to international heights. Teams are given a suggestion of 'Chicago' at the beginning of the day and a film crew follows two main teams as they fumble to create a 20 minute show for audiences that night. Blam!, an amateur team, that was able to enter the festival by way of luck, is eventually given a coach to work with throughout the day. Mel Cox, an old improv teacher from the 90's pops into the festival to get his name back out there and Timothy allows him to get involved. Meanwhile, the more seasoned team- Shuttle Rocket Allstars- have their own battles to conquer. One of their best team members is constantly missing throughout the day and a rocky love relationship on the team causes embarrassment on the stage. Timothy is caught red handed by members of Blam! that causes ... Written by Anonymous