Sun Mar 5, 2023 – 12:00 pm | La Casa Grande
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With only 7 days to live, Bobby’s best friend Max drives him across the country so that he can die in his childhood home. For one last shot at cinematic glory, these two failed actors decide to film a documentary about his last days along the way. This dark comedy is fully improvised.
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“The Bobcat Boys” is an experimental labor of comedy love. We wrote a 25 page outline, hired a 9 person crew, rented a busted-up RV, and drove across America, filming a FULLY IMPROVISED movie in some of America’s most beautiful locations, like the Grand Canyon, El Paso, Zion National Park, Las Vegas, New Orleans, and Los Angeles. We had no idea what the scene (or the film) was going to be until we pulled up that day in our RV. It was the greatest time of our lives.
I hope you enjoy “The Bobcat Boys!”
Mac Alsfeld is a Los Angeles-based comedy writer, actor, and director from New Orleans, LA. For the past 5 years, he has been Melissa McCarthy’s comedy punch-up writer. He’s also acted in 3 of her films. His most recent work with Melissa includes “Thunder Force” and “Superintelligence.”
He has also written for Will Ferrell and Gary Sanchez Prods.
His punch-up writing credits include “Thunder Force,” “Superintelligence,” “The Happytime Murders,” “Life of the Party,” “The Boss,” and “Daddy’s Home.” Mac has also been involved in the development of films for LeBron James and Jimmy O. Yang. He has also written and produced television for Paris Hilton and David Dobrik.