Starring Virginia Kull, Ashton Holmes, Zach McGowan, Jerry Mackinnon,
with Chelcie Ross and Marilu Henner and Ed Begley, Jr.

Written and Directed by David Singer

"A diverting and skillfully made heist film." -

"Fast and funny... an impressive debut." - Hollywood Reporter

Cassidy Harper (Virginia Kull) is a struggling actress sleeping on her mother’s couch (Marilu Henner) and grinding out auditions, fearing that any chance at stardom may have already passed her by. Desperate to save enough money to move to Hollywood, she takes a job working as a runner for her mother’s boyfriend (Ed Begley, Jr.), an importer in Chicago’s diamond district. When she realizes the money is trickling in too slowly for her to put a stake together, she conspires with the owner’s son (Ashton Holmes) to stage a robbery and keep the diamonds - using her former boyfriend (Zach McGowan) as the fall guy. Their hare-brained scheme only gets more complicated when she realizes she’s still in love with her volatile ex.


Starring Jack Foley and Zoe Levin

Written and Directed by David Singer

Selected for the Emerging Filmmaker Showcase, Cannes Film Festival 2013

Sophomore Philip Weinberg orchestrates a series of unbelievable 'coincidences' to grab
the attention of an older girl. Enlisting a ragtag group of accomplices,
Philip goes to incredible lengths to create the perfect first impression.

As his plans unfold, they become more grandiose and elaborate - but will his house of cards remain standing?

ACA Enrollment campaign

In order to suppress enrollment for the ACA, the Trump administration cut the signup window in half and eliminated the ad budget. A few of us decided to step in and try to let our fellow citizens know that if they want insurance, they had to act quickly. Our series had hundreds of thousands of views on social media and garnered significant press attention. Plus, they're funny.

Starring Jeff Tweedy, Steve Albini, Scott Goldstein, Brad Morris, Puja Mohindra, Tyler Davis,

David Pasquesi, Lauren Walker, Susan Karp, Jake Armstrong, and Gabe Acinapura

Written and Directed by David Singer, Cinematography by Christopher Markos.


Directed by Todd Rittman and David Singer

from "Crew Licks" (Drag City)