#HOMETHESERIES officially World Premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival as a part of the New Online Work Program on April 19th and 21st.
Only 1% of applicants were accepted.
Here's what Tribeca had to say about the 2018 N.O.W. program:
"These creators stand at the forefront of online storytelling. And they're part of the fifth annual edition of Tribeca N.O.W., bringing you the best in new online work. Be among the first to see these stellar, boundary-pushing stories, only at #Tribeca2018." Read the official 2018 Tribeca Press Release or the official Tribeca N.O.W. page to learn more.
DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD Tribeca announcement features Home,
Keylee and Micah Sudduth
"A curated selection of independent, online creators invited to showcase their latest work at public screenings as official Tribeca Film Festival selections and on TribecaFilm.com.
Home, created by Micah Sudduth, Keylee Sudduth (USA) – World Premiere. Pulling from the true life experiences of the filmmakers, Home mines the humor and heartbreak of growing into adulthood, leaving home, and balancing individual creative careers as a married couple in the millennial age.
Tribeca N.O.W. Creators Market
Industry and independents will come together at the Tribeca Creators Market, an invite-only event where creators discuss their work with distributors, brands, and MCNs." Click here for full article.
Micah & Keylee are featured on the "Honey with Julia" Podcast
Episode airs Monday, October 2, 2017!
"Actress/writer/improviser/busybody Julia Meltzer interviews real couples about their fights: how, why, whose fault is it, do you still love each other - THE JUICY STUFF. At times hilarious, at times painful, at times full of heartbreakingly raw honesty, these conversations expose truths about love, human beings, and the concept of partnership."
Check out Micah & Keylee's episode, where they talk about their love story, living and working together, founding Bob Billiams, and how much they fight (it's a lot). Available on whatsacreative, itunes, stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts.
Keylee Interviewed by New York Business Journal
Keylee had the pleasure of being interviewed by the New York Business Journal about her film and docu-series: SEXY. An excerpt: "The creative entrepreneurial winner within the group was Texas native Keylee Koop, a writer, filmmaker and activist who is now based in Los Angeles and is creating a film to explore the topic of sex education among women."
Read the full write up on the New York Business Journal.
HelloGiggles promotes TALK as their first featured scripted content!
HelloGiggles is an entertainment and lifestyle website founded by actress/musician Zooey Deschanel, producer Sophia Rivka Rossi and writer Molly McAleer.
The site featured the Bob Billiams Production, TALK, as their first "Web Series You Should Be Watching" in March 2015, 37K+ views!
See the full video on HelloGiggles.
SEXY Wins SheKnows Media Pitch Contest
SheKnows Media is a leading women's lifestyle digital media company, averaging 60 million unique visitors per month and more than 300 million social media fans and followers. To learn more about Sexy and the docu-series developing during the pitch campaign, click here.
Future of Sex Podcast Features Keylee
Keylee was proud to be featured on the pilot episode of the new podcast, Future of Sex, where she discusses shame, taboo, and what led her to develop SEXY the film. Future of Sex is a podcast by tech strategist, researcher, and sex and relationship coach Bryony Cole, who creates a safe place to help you understand your own unique sexuality, desires and how to create a fun, shame-free, tech-filled sex life. Real talk. No b******t. That's the future of sex.
Listen to Episode One featuring Keylee, along with taboo-breakers and innovators Miki Agrawal of THINX, and Matt Hunter of Cambyo by clicking below.UTURE OF SEX is available on itunes and soundcloud.
"Chick Talk" with Keylee Discussing Sex Ed. and SEXY the film
On this episode the Chicks talk sex ed in the U.S. with writer/producer/actor Keylee Sudduth. Keylee recently wrote Sexy, a "semi-autobiographical film...about a twenty-four year old woman who recognizes and confronts her discomfort with her own sexuality when she meets a fourteen year old girl who, in contrast, has a very informed and healthy perspective about sex."
The Chicks and Keylee talk about their experience of sex ed in the U.S. and what they'd like sex ed to look like in the future. Listen here.