At the end of last year, Toronto-based filmmakers Graydon Shepard and Kyle Humphrey, along with Juliette Lewis, debuted the first installment of the original web series Sh*t Girls Say, featuring Sheppard in drag reciting the terribly ordinary things girls say in a perfect Kids-in-the-Hall-in-women’s-clothes impression.
What followed was a phenomenon.
Nearly 100 Sh*t Girls Say spin-offs, amassing over a quarter of a billion views, have used the formula to stereotype other groups, from large populations, like Sh*t New Yorkers Say to the ultra-specific, like Sh*t Southern Gay Guys Say—spawning “best of” blog posts and definitive collections.
Join Tubefilter and YouTube at Google Los Angeles as we sit down with the most popular and successful Sh*t People Say creators to find out how they used the Sh*t People Say formula to make a video sensation.
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Sh*t People Say—Formula for SuccessTuesday, May 8, 2012 at Google LA
Panelists:Billy SorrellsChannel: Billy SorrellsSh*t Black Girls Say
Tripp Crosby & Tyler StantonChannel: Tripp and TylerSh*t Nobody Says
Heidi Niedermeyer & Elena CrevelloChannel: The Trashy ClassSh*t People Say in LA
Kelsey DarraghChannel: Shit Girlfriends SaySh*t Girlfriends Say
May 8, 2012 7PM - 10PM
7:00 Doors Open7:30 Screening and Panel8:30 Networking Mixer