Lashonda‘s a driven, successful businesswoman
with a passion for Korean food (and Korean men);
Sung-min‘s a laid-back artist who loves good music
as much as he loves to kick back with a comic book.
When their marriage goes sour,
they both seek out affairs online…
and accidentally end up secretly dating each other.
This quirky new film explores the things we’re really married to–like our work, our hobbies, and our habits–and the ways it can be fun and fulfilling to “cheat” on them. It’s a celebration of marriage that doesn’t hide from the problems with happily ever after, and it’s rocking the internet even in pre-production: we made the top 15 percent of films at the Austin Film Festival in 2016, and finalists at the Beverly Hills Screenwriting Competition this spring. We’re crowdfunding April 1st, 2017! Help us out, join our e-mail list, and in the meantime, visit this site for updates, marriage “cheats,” and an ongoing conversation about diversity and representation in movies.
Kaye Winks is a Black female comedian currently touring her show, “Token,” with the tagline, “I’m your token Black friend.” We found this absolutely intriguing, and decided to chat with her about her show, about hair, and about how to make it in comedy! To quote...read more
Everyone loves micropoetry. It’s cute, clever, and SHORT! That’s why we decided to give away a personalized, unique micropoem to every single one of our backers on Seed and Spark. Even if you only pledge $1, we want you let you know we appreciate you! Some...read more
Hey guys! We’re playing a guessing game in honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage month, and you should play along! Each of us came up with five questions ahead of time, and the one who gets the LEAST right has to drink a shot of soy sauce. Listen (below) or watch...read more