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Flashback: Director Joseph Lewis Discusses His Film “Tyler B Nice”

Cast of

Cast of “Tyler B Nice” (l. to r.) Tyler Jenich, Director Joseph Lewis, Emilia Richeson

by Legendary Lew

This year marks the tenth anniversary of the production of the Joseph Lewis feature, Tyler B Nice, the strange film about a party gone wrong. It’s gotten the critical acclaim of people like Andrew Bujalski and is really due for a discovery.

We present here comments by the director and TUGM co-founder Joseph R. Lewis. His statements from ten years ago still hold truth for those who want to get the best results in independent media.

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TUGM’s Joseph R. Lewis LIVE Tonight for Q&A of Tyler B. Nice

Joe Lewis will be available for a LIVE Q&A tonight answering questions about his second feature film Tyler B. Nice, which is available online for free. Tonight at 9:30pm via UStream.tv. Just search for The Underground Multiplex.


“Tyler B Nice”, Second Feature by Director Joe Lewis, Available as a Free Download

We at The Underground Multiplex would like to remind you of the FREE movies you can download from our site. All of our work, from the feature-length films of Joseph R. Lewis to podcasts by Lew Ojeda, we provide to the public free of charge to download and enjoy. As you can see from the link on the left, we do enjoy receiving donations as well to continue providing the best in Chicago-based filmed and live entertainment.

From the description: “TYLER B. NICE is a montage of found video from a night of blurry memories OR a chronicling of the ugly but colorful lives of a small group of deviants and lovers in Boston, circa 2005 OR why i hate parties.¬†Written over the course of a two month rehearsal period with a company of over 15 performers.”

“Gorgeous for sure and the performances are all remarkable.” — Andrew Bujalski

Enjoy! and share!

Check Out the Website Changes

You’ll notice that on the right hand column, you will see direct links to videos on vimeo to the many works presented by Joseph Lewis and The Underground Multiplex so far. Included are, not only the short works of Sisters of No Mercy, but also Lewis’ complete early feature films The Next Good One (starring Polar Bear Club lead Jimmy Stadt) and Joe’s personal fav Tyler B. Nice. Free movies, folks!