Bob is best known for his role as the checked out older brother in a film he wrote and directed, Harmony And Me. A film from last year, Infinity Baby, a comedy about babies that won’t age, won Best Narrative Feature at the Woodstock Film Festival in 2017. His Somebody Up There Likes Me won Special Jury Price at the Locarno Film Festival in 2012.
Director: Bob Byington
Presented by: Bob Byington
Starring: Kaley Wheless, Nick Offerman, Keith Poulson, David Krumholtz, and Martin Starr
2019, USA, 85 minutes, Digital
Frances Ferguson, the eponymously named character at the center of Bob Byington’s new film, is discontent. Like a lot of us, she does a bit of “acting out” and pays the price – an arrest, a trial, incarceration. And then a new identity, one that’s not terribly comfortable. Nick Offerman narrates this deviant comedy, based on actual events.
South by Southwest Film Festival
Maryland Film Festival