Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Briefcase creator takes on My Synthesized Life

Earlier this year we brought you writer/director Nate Golon's snazzy little short film Briefcase. It was bad the ass, and very much in line with some of the classic episodes of The Twilight Zone. Suffice to say, we dug it.

Not one to rest on his laurels, Nate has gone done and attacked another project -- a web series called My Synthesized Life. Which sounds kind of like that old Claire Danes TV series My So Called Life, but in name only.

My Synthesized Life is a comedy about a young man whose voice naturally synthesizes after he gets electrocuted by his radio during a rap song. That. Is. Original.

Still in production, the series stars Brent Bailey, Jonathan Schwartz, Katie Gill, Katie Seeley and special guest Katie Leclerc (pictured above) of ABC Family's Switched at Birth.

We've included a promotional video below, and will update you as the series draws closer to its premiere. And you can keep up with the show here on Twitter and Facebook.

Briefcase rocked, and I anticipate My Synthesized Life will be equally as special.

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