Aslander Productions


Hope you all had a great Independence Day!

We recently completed another short for your internet enjoyment: Tales from AA - Starring Mike Nice, Jay Montepare, and a slew of other top notch LA comedians, this short made it on to's User's Picks list on the first day it was uploaded. Check it out.

Aslander also participated in Current.TV's AXE VCAM competition - Starring Adam Ray, Evan Gaustad, Becky Bordo, and Kathleen Kaplan and shot by Calvin Callaway.

In addition to all that good stuff, we also helped YouTube singing sensation Terra Naomi put together a funny commercial promoting her newest single "The Vicodin Song."

If you like the song, you can download it for free at!


Check out Aslander’s latest comedy short “Mad World,” which in less than half a day already made it onto’s front page in the “User Pick’s” section!

Check it out!

Directed by Aslander’s own David Aslan, this short features two hilarious and talented comedians, Jay Montepare and Mike Nice.

Please support us and vote Funny! Thanks!


Happy Holidays Everyone!

Tired of shopping online for presents? Take a break with Aslander and enjoy some quality internet entertainment!

We're proud to announce the completion of a brand new short: Conscience. Starring the very talented Jay Montepare and Ben Gleib, written by Andy Gettens, and with music by Rich Devletian,

And if you haven’t yet seen our recent dramatic short Open Ticket – starring Sy Aslan and winner of the 2008 “Best Short” Award at the Foursite Film Festival – check it out here.

And if that isn’t enough, take a trip to and watch the very funny “House Poor with Mindy Kaling” edited by Aslander’s own Ruthie Aslan!

As always, thank you for your continued support. Here’s wishing you and yours a very wonderful holiday season!


Our award-winning short, Open Ticket, is up and ready for viewing in its entirety! Take a look!

A little more about the film: Open Ticket recently screened and won the “Best Short” Award at the Foursite Film Festival in Ogden, Utah. Shot in New Jersey and Israel, this short drama delves into the life and subconscious of one man coping with the loss of his deceased wife.


Exciting News! Last Saturday, “Open Ticket” – one of Aslander’s most recent short films – screened and won the “Best Short” Award at the Foursite Film Festival which took place in Ogden, Utah. Special thanks to all the festival’s volunteers and supporters, and especially to Scott Halford who put together the festival and made it so memorable. We highly recommend you check out their website and look into the works of other filmmakers featured at the festival.

A little more about “Open Ticket”: Shot in New Jersey and Israel, this short drama delves into the life and subconscious of one man coping with the loss of his deceased wife. A stellar performance by actor Sy Aslan hailed so many compliments and admirers – that it’s apparent to everyone at Aslander a future star has been born!


A few weeks ago Aslander Productions entered a short film, “Mr. Future,” into the Film Racing Grand Prix 100-Hour Film Festival – and the results are in! “Mr. Future” won 3rd place, and also snatched two additional awards for “Best Leading Actress in a Comedic Role” (round of applause for Jaymie Gerard) and “Best Editing”! You can view the film and read more about the festival at:

In other news, “Open Ticket,” another recent short by Aslander Productions, got accepted into its first film festival! The 5th annual Foursite Film Festival (, which takes place March 5-8 in Ogden, Utah, has invited “Open Ticket” to be a part of its Shorts Program playing at 4:00pm on March 8th at Peery’s Egyptian Theater.


The Turkey Alibi is an official Award-winner! Last night, during the Awards Ceremony for the Independent Features Film Festival, The Turkey Alibi received the Viewer's Choice Award for Best Comedy! Congratulations to all the cast and crew who helped make this recognition possible - we couldn't have done it without you! :)

And of course, many thanks to everyone who came out to The Turkey Alibi's first public NYC screening at Tribeca Cinemas yesterday. The turnout was fantastic and we really appreciated all the support- not to mention all the good vibes you brought into the theater. Thanks for sharing the moment with us!

For those of you who still want to catch the film but couldn't yesterday - The Turkey Alibi will also be screening this Wednesday, August 1st at The Anthology Film Archives at 32 Second Ave (corner of 2nd st.) at 9:45pm as the second part of a double feature. Check out for more info. Tickets are $5 at the theater. Hope to see you there!

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