Bryan Boyce is an underground filmmaker based in San Francisco, California who primarily remixes found footage and audio into political and pop culture satire.
Watch Streaming Films By Bryan Boyce:
Road Show (2013)
Walt Disney’s Taxi Driver (2012)
2005 Census (2010)
America’s Biggest Dick (2005)
30 Seconds Hate (2004)
World’s Fair World (2002)
State of the Union (2001)
Election Collectibles (2000)
Special Report (2000)
The Ann Arbor Film Festival celebrates its 53rd edition on March 24-29 with a colossal selection of experimental films by Ben Russell, Jennifer Reeder and loads more.
The 52nd annual Ann Arbor Film Festival will screen Brett Kashmere’s From Deep, Ben Russell and Ben Rivers’ A Spell to Ward Off the Darkness and loads more.
Peripheral Produce, the Portland, OR based underground film DVD distributor is having a major sale this summer, offering many of their discs for just $10.
The inaugural Winnipeg Underground Film Festival features loads of short experimental films by Bryan Boyce, Salise Hughes, Jodie Mack; retrospectives of Jesse McLean and Paul Clipson; and lots more.
The 51st Ann Arbor Film Festival, held back on March 19-24, gave out 20 awards to 28 films, as selected by the three-panel jury of filmmakers Kevin Jerome Everson, Laida Lertxundi and Marcin Gizycki.
The 51st annual Ann Arbor Film Festival features films by Kevin Jerome Everson, Lynne Sachs, Kent Lambert, Jodie Mack, Jack Smith and tons more.
The Chicago Underground Film Festival celebrates it’s unbelievable 20th anniversary with new films by Jon Moritsugu and Drew Tobia; and classic work by Usama Alshaibi, Matt McCormick and more.
The 19th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival awarded Jesse McLean’s Remote the coveted Made in Chicago Award while Ben Russell’s River Rites won for Best Documentary Short; and more winners.
The 19th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival includes feature-length experiments by Robert Todd and Soda_Jerk, plus work by Reynold Reynolds, Bryan Boyce, Sabine Gruffat, Ben Rivers and more.
Master media mixologist Bryan Boyce transforms Martin Scorsese’s classic film into a kiddie movie nightmare in Walt Disney’s Taxi Driver.