Boy Band
 
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It’s Official

The Boyz are back!

After their hit premiere album, the late ‘90s boy band the Heartthrob Boyz head back to the studio to record their sophomore album. But two decades later, they’re still there - out of time, out of cash, and out of shape as they attempt to finish the album they hope returns them to fame, fortune, and their former glory.


 
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The PRemier Teaser

 
 
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Directors Extraordinaire

The Levinson Brothers



Joel Moss Levinson

is a writer/director/composer/editor/musician who was featured in a New York Times front page story about his work as the world’s first professional online video contest winner. He was a guest on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” and profiled on “CBS News with Katie Couric.”

Joel lives in Yellow Springs, Ohio.

Stephen LEvinson

is a TV and film writer from Dayton, Ohio who has written for “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” “Good Morning Today” (Jim Henson Studios) and “Midterm Mayhem with Kal Penn” (Fusion).

Stephen lives in Brooklyn, New York.


As The Levinson Brothers…

Stephen and Joel won best animation at the NYTVF for their animated short, “Noah’s Ark”, starring Marc Maron, Jonathan Katz, and Maria Bamford.

Joel and Stephen* produced the Billboard charting musical comedy album, “2776”, starring Ed Helms, Will Forte, Aubrey Plaza, Reggie Watts, Ashanti, Baron Vaughn, Andy Richter, Patton Oswalt, Aimee Mann, The Sklar Brothers, Margaret Cho, Dick Gregory, Dick Cavett, Joe Franklin, Right Said Fred, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, The Rebirth Brass Band, Maria Bamford, Jonathan “Dr. Katz” Katz, Horatio Sanz, Dave Hill, Paul F. Tomkins, Martha Plimpton, Andrew W.K., Neko Case, Mike Mills, Zach Sherwin, Colton Dunn (Superstore), Nina Totenberg, Dahlia Lithwick, Bobcat Goldthwait, Yo La Tengo, Ira Glass, Eugene Mirman, Miguelito, Alex Trebek, The Kids in the Hall, Samantha Bee, Will Arnett, k.d. lang, Cobie Smulders and more, with liner notes by Booker Prize and National Book Award-winning author George Saunders.

“Boy Band” is their first feature film.

*Along with their pal Rob Kutner.