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  1. Jay Duplass Has Seen the Future, and Honestly It’s Not So Bad

    The documentary he produced, “Not Going Quietly,” missed a Tribeca launch, but he knows that there’s a way forward when production returns.

  2. Linas Phillips Finds Humor In Real-Life Low Point With Short-Form Series ‘The Ride’

    With his short-form comedy series The Ride, Linas Phillips learned that suffering can be useful, at least when it comes to his work as an artist.

  3. DBP Donut takes a trip into short form storytelling with ‘The Ride’

    DBP Donut, the advertising and short-form entertainment production company launched by Mark and Jay Duplass (darlings of independent film and TV) and their partners Charlie Leahy and Nigel Lopez-McBean, unveiled their new short-form production “The Ride” last week at the Sundance Film Festival.

  4. 2020 Sundance Film Festival: Indie Episodic, Shorts & Special Events Announced

    8 Episodic Works, 74 Short Films, 9 Special Events Join Festival Slate Park City, UT — Works selected across the Indie Episodic, Shorts and Special Events sections of the 2020 Sundance Film Festival were announced today, underlining Sundance Institute’s commitment to showcasing bold independent storytelling regardless of form, format or length. Kim Yutani, the Festival’s Director…

  5. Disney Channel Enlists Duplass Brothers for YouTube Hip-Hop Dance Series Starring Sofia Wylie

    Disney Channel’s first original scripted series made exclusively for release on YouTube is “Shook,” a hip-hop dance short-form series starring Sofia Wylie, produced by Mark Duplass and Jay Duplass. “Shook” will debut Saturday, Sept. 28, on Disney Channel’s YouTube channel. The scripted single-camera show centers on 15-year-old Mia (Wylie), who yearns to dance professionally but is hindered by daily obligations…

  6. The World’s Most Innovative Companies

    Honorees by sector