The weirdo, Zeekeela Tloxlan, is finally going to be coming to the big screen.
Not long ago, she made some time to be followed around and interviewed for a short documentary.
The documentary has been pending with a spectacular team handling all aspects of it’s post-production.
But soon- very soon- the world will see her for who she truly is. A friggin weirdo.
Premiere date is tentatively set for Wednesday, November 5th at El Cid Theater. Then she’s gonna be submit like crazy to whatever festival is willing to give her strange self a little screentime.
Then she’ll be released to the general public. That poor, unsuspecting general public. It doesn’t even know what’s gonna hit it.
She’s such a friggin weirdo. (I secretly love her. Shhhhh. Don’t tell.)
I may have mentioned before I’m a bit of a weirdo. I create alternative personalities who live lives on their own. I refuse to admit that I’m the same person as these alternative personalities. Unless you consider what I just wrote as an admission. In which case, I vehemently deny what I just wrote.
The point is, one of these personalities- and arguably my weirdest by far- is a chick named Zeekeela Tloxlan. She thinks she’s an alien. Who goes on missions. And will be sent home once all her missions are complete.
Yep. That’s the gist of it.
This past Labor Day weekend, I got the joy of bringing her to life with a wonderful team of people I am lucky enough to have met who let people like Zeekeela come alive onscreen. We filmed a short documentary about what a day in her life is like. Hint: It’s weird.
Hopefully, I’ll be able to show it to the world soon. Eventually, I would love for Zeekeela to go on “missions” throughout the United States and maybe internationally. She usually believes she’s on a mission when she’s sent outside of Los Angeles anyway. She’s such a friggin’ weirdo.
I’m excited to see the final product. I was lucky to have such a spectacular team involved. I’m always lucky when I get to create because it’s what I love to do most.
Li^er*>T and W^o^:)n came to the planet Earth in the Milky Way galaxy from their home planet Galaxar following all interplanetary protocol. They are, technically, legal aliens.
The pair moved here to start a new life together. Avid lovers of space travel and intergalactic adventure, they’d heard about the planet Earth only in fairy tales and the occasional picture from their ancestors previous visits. After realizing they would not be able to create children because of Li^er*>T’s years of dedication at the local UFO factory, they decided their best bet would be to start anew in a completely different galaxy. Upon first seeing pictures of adorable human children, they decided Earth would be their new home.
However, within months of settling into their cottage in a remote part of Arizona, they began to experience discrimination from the townsfolk. W^o^:)n noticed she would get very poor service at Wal Mart, often waiting in the longest line only to have the cashier go on break before she could ring up her items. Despite the fact that both Galaxians speak perfect English, their robotic voices have caused more than one local to taunt them by saying “Go home” or “We don’t want your kind here.”
The passage of Arizona’s latest immigration bill, and specifically the wording of the bill and it’s supporters, has made the couple more wary. As technical aliens, they could come under all sorts of scrutiny by government agencies and have to go through huge amounts of paperwork to prove that they came to this planet legally. It is a pain they are not looking forward to.
They claim to be in talks with the Men In Black to help them with their legal and safety issues.