Laud Weiner

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Laud Weiner is a short film written and directed by Philip Euling, starring David Hyde Pierce. The cast also includes Marisol Nichols, Jake Muxworthy, and James Oliver.

Plot[edit]

The film follows Laud Weiner, an oblivious, self-satisfied, and spoiled Hollywood manager-producer, as he explains his 'hard' work to the camera while in reality taking credit for other people's ideas and making everyone's life difficult.

Broadcast and DVD[edit]

The film was broadcast on the Independent Film Channel and is one of a number of short films featuring celebrities on the DVD short-film compilation "Celebrity Mix" put out by TLA Entertainment Group.

Film Festivals[edit]

Reaction[edit]

The film won Best Short Film at the Wine Country Film Festival in 2002. [1]

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