Phunny Business: A Black Comedy (2010) - For a decade, Chicago's ALL JOKES ASIDE was one of the preeminent comedy clubs in the country and gave early exposure and early paychecks to many of the nations most important young comedians including: Steve Harvey, Chris Rock, Jamie Foxx, MoNique, Dave Chappelle, Cedric The Entertainer, D.L. Hughley, Mike Epps, Aries Spears, Adele Givens, Carlos Mencia, Bill Bellamy, Deon Cole, JB Smoove, and Bernie Mac to name a few.
Super High Me (2008): Explores the current debate over medical marijuana with comedian and former Stoner of the Year Doug Benson. As part of his journey, Benson ingests and inhales medical marijuana for 30 consecutive days in order to get "super high." But first, Benson must go 30 days without any marijuana and undertake...
Break-Up Date (2008) 90min: A documentary/romantic comedy about the awkward and uncertain time between relationships, when one is confronted with the dating world in a culture of speed dating, online dating and too much choice.
Groucho Marx (American comedian film television radio star) known for his quick wit and considered one of the twentieth century's best comedy star. He is most noted for his radio then turned television game show, "Your Bet Your Life." His signature look with heavy black grease make up and mustache large frame glasses and big nose.
Caberet Singer and Comedian Florence Mills, 1920s. Mills was internationally known for her Broadway and vaudeville performs including the play Shuffle Along, an event that ushered in the Harlem Renaissance. Her hit song "I'm A Little Blackbird" was a plea for racial equality in the United States. Duke Ellington memorialized her in his song "Black Beauty".