The Tour 

Brooklyn Meets:

Austin, TX

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The Brooklyn Brewery Mash blends the best food, culture and experiences from Brooklyn and takes them to meet your local fare. We pair with local chefs, reach out to homegrown artisans, and find the coolest locales to stage surprising happenings all over your city. We want to have the best time and we'd like you to join us. Come eat, drink and learn with us all week, at The Brooklyn Brewery Mash.

Collaborating with friends old and new, we've bundled up some of our favorite events into The Brooklyn Brewery Mash, America's largest traveling food and arts festival. The Mash is a week of parties, comedy, concerts, pop-up dinner parties and readings, all featuring humanity’s favorite beverage. We'll be in New Orleans March 29 - April 5 and are just putting the finishing touches on a memorable week of programming. 

On paper, the individual parts of The Mash don't differ all that much from your normal every day recreational activities: eating, watching movies, going to shows, etc. EXCEPT they definitely do differ from your normal every day recreational activities. We guarantee you'll never have as much fun in a non-adult movie theater as you do at Found Footage. We're certain that you'll not soon forget the multi-sensory experience of a Slow Supper. And we're pretty psyched to share our favorite new bands with you too.  

Stay glued to our twitter feed, as we're almost ready to announce the full lineup.

Found Footage Festival

time, tickets and venue coming soon

The Found Footage Festival celebrates its tenth anniversary with a brand-new show and DVD (Volume 7). Hosts Nick Prueher and Joe Pickett, whose credits include The Onion and the Late Show with David Letterman, are excited to show off their new lineup of found video clips and live comedy.

Among the new clips featured in the 2014 program are a bizarre instructional video from 1997 with the redundant title, "How to Have Cybersex on the Internet", "Special Delivery" – a 1994 video for dog breeders about a process known as "whelping" and newly unearthed footage of the world's most obnoxious home shopping hosts, John & Johnny (c. 1987). It's seriously the most fun you'll have in a movie theater all year. 

"Skull-crushingly funny!" - The Onion A.V. Club

 “Their Found Footage Festival delivers the good, the bad and the ugly of forgotten film; it's hard to say which category Arnold Schwarzenegger's contribution falls under, but his "travel video" from Rio de Janeiro is among the more memorable.” - NPR

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