"That's Not Funny" is a feature documentary exploring controversial topics in comedy and examining recent incidents involving comedians who have crossed the line.
"The Last Days of Cinerama" is a celebration of the revival (and an examination of the demise) of the first major wide-screen film process, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the first three-panel Cinerama film in 50 years.
What Happens Next provided post production services for this series of interviews with Director John Badham for MicroFilmmaker Magazine.
Lose Control is a hard rock band from Hermosa Beach, California founded in 2012 by shred-heads and long time friends Jeff Nisen and A.J. Bartholomew.
The official music video for Sand Section's "Time Machine", the first single off their second album, Still Life.
An official music video of our own desing and execution for Los Angeles-based fantasy-rock band Ogre Mage.
Our entry in TMBG's music video contest during the summer of 2011, chosen as a runner-up by author/comedian John Hodgman of "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"
A spec music video designed to encapsulate the unique visual style and wit of Grammy-winning alternative rock band OK Go.
A promotional music video for Los Angeles's foremost fantasy-themed rock/metal juggernaut, Ogre Mage, cut together from footage of three different live performances in Hollywood.
Caltech's contribution to the It Gets Better Campaign. All video production was provided by What Happens Next Productions.
A series of behind-the-scenes promos for ModelActorPhotography.com featuing on-set footage and candid interviews with up-an-coming models/actresses, including Swoop Magazine cover girls Alex Curry and Sophia Le. For Alex's video click here, for Sophia's video click here.
"Corrosion" is a 6 min short dealing with a teenage breakup with a dark side.
You can check out it's IMDB page here.
What Happens Next provided post production services for this short.
We are pleased to say that is has been accepted at the New York Film Festival
"Working Day" is an opening title sequence for live performances and showcases of video and sketch comedy material.
"Mike Celestino's Potentially-Amuzing Vignettes" is an epic, pilot-lengh, stream-of-conciousness sketch comedy experiment shot in an around Los Angeles.