He'll also be interviewed in an upcoming issue (next month?) of Buzzine.
And, most excitingly, he just got cast in a pilot for NBC called "The Friendly's", which shoots sometime in the next month. Dave's in a supporting role and he's the first person that's been cast. Let's hope it goes well and that they love it and want to pick it up!
I heard that Kevin will be on Yuk Yuk's Comedy Stampede, a special on Canada's Comedy Network on Monday, Feb. 23rd at 10 pm EST. He'll either be hosting or making an appearance, so Canadians look out for it!
Heads up, New Yorkers (and all in surrounding metropolitan areas): The Saddest Music in the World, starring Mark McKinney and Isabella Rossellini, is screening at the Museum of Modern Art's Canadian Front showcase, March 4-8.
New York's Museum of Modern Art offers up a rare chance to sample
some of the strongest and most imaginative films made in Canada over
the past 18 months. Canadian cinema is distinctive in that it embraces
two separate cultures - Anglophone and Francophone - unified by a
system of federal support to encourage artistic expression in film.
The eight cinematic selections in Canadian Front: New Films 2004
illustrate that when it comes to film, there's clearly a storm of
talent brewing north of the border. Included are films by celebrated
veteran makers including John Greyson, Allan King, Robert Lepage, and
Guy Maddin (whose The Saddest Music in the World will soon be opening
theatrically). Also included are films by debut filmmakers Keith
Behrman and Federico Hidalgo and two emerging writer/directors from
Quebec, Louis Bélanger and Bernard Emond.
Canadian Front: New Films is organized by The Museum of Modern Art and
presented in co-operation with the Canadian Consulate General in New
York and Telefilm Canada.
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