Kris Lefcoe is an acclaimed writer-director whose work has screened at Toronto International Film Festival, SXSW, Art Basel Miami, Havana Biennale, IFC, Sundance Channel, and won numerous awards.
A half-hour comedy about a couple facing their own deadline to either “make it” or give up their dreams.
Overall Best of the Fest, Best Writing at New York Television Festival 2017
Best Comedy, Best Director at Seriesfest 2017
Series in development with Imagine Entertainment. Executive produced by David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer)
Tiny Riot Project
An elaborate stopmotion short featuring a riot squad of corporate mascots from Saturday morning cartoon commercials in a violent standoff with some adorable anarchists. This project began as a music video for Toronto band Uncut, and was featured on Pitchfork. Lefcoe then created a sound-designed version in collaboration with Guy Maddin’s foley artists, which ended up installed in a string of notable art fairs and galleries, including Galerie Tomas Schulte Berlin, Art Basel Miami, and the Havana Biennale. The film premiered at International Film Festival Rotterdam, then sold to The Sundance Channel.
Scripted series in development with Shadowmachine Films (Bojack Horseman, Robot Chicken)
Peaches, “Boys Wanna Be Her”
“Boys Wanna Be Her”
Official music video for Peaches' smash hit single is a pure rawk bloodbath -- the band beats the shit out of themselves with their own instruments.
Generated a million hits on YouTube the week of its release.
Featuring JD Samson from Le Tigre and Sam Maloney from Hole and Motley Crue.
Lefcoe's debut feature. A wry satire about a surveillance-based game show that awards cash to the contestant with the saddest life.
Starring Jason Jones, Don McKellar, Nicole DeBoer, Nadia Litz
Premiered at SXSW
WINNER Audience Award for Best Feature, Beverly Hills Film Festival
Installed as a single-channel video at Art Basel Miami