Wednesday, May 16, 2007

The Most Important Film You Have Never Seen

A long time ago (the 90's I think), in a galaxy far far away (West Chester, PA), a group of energetic young people, high on life, booze and rubber cement, joined together to form HiFive Productions. This talented group would go on to make an epic short film titled 'Bango'!

The film became an instant sensation among everyone lucky enough to view it at one of the many exclusive showings. Bango-mania swept the land and fans instantly began clamoring for more. Unfortunately the film's makers moved on to solo projects and divergent paths but the dream of reuniting to create 'Bango Two' was never far from their minds.

Several years ago, the emails and coffee shops were all a buzz that the sequel was finally in the works when the following teaser appeared.



To date, Bango Two, has yet to be made but all original members of HiFive Productions were recently spotted together in West Chester, PA. We can only hope and launch a petition that Bango Two is finally in the works.

9 comments:

  1. Okay.

    How have I NEVER heard about any of this?!

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  2. lioux - Bango is an intensely independent, indey film.

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  3. You should read this if you haven't already. I found it very encouraging.

    http://online.wsj.com/public/article/SB117919274561702788.html?mod=blogs

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  4. JDizzle2:26 PM

    We have to get Bango One on this blog! So many great scenes and characters. My favorite being "the loveable trap" played by Mr. Jeff himself!

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  5. JDizzle2:26 PM

    Sorry i meant "Tramp" haha.

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  6. What is the first song that is played? It is bugging me where I know that from.

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  7. jdizzle - we have to make that happen! And lets get to work on #2!

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  8. the bee - I just skimmed that article. It looks like a good read and I'm going back to it as soon as I have time. Thanks!

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  9. JDizzle5:39 PM

    I'm thinking that the beautiful brownstone setting of Park Slope and the mediatorium will make a great backdrop for bango Two.

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