|Not That Funny is a simple story of how far a serious man will go for love. Stefan Lane claims he is "alone but not lonely"—until the day Hayley Richmonde returns to the little town of Sierra Madre, California. Weary of her self-absorbed boss-boyfriend, Hayley says all she wants is someone who makes her laugh. Stefan, a man who is not that funny, tries to learn to be the man Hayley says she wants. In the process, they each find unexpected transformation.
Exploring a rare side of gifted comedic actor Tony Hale (Veep, Arrested Development, Chuck), this audience award-winner has deeper themes of acceptance, friendship, and risk-taking beneath its light-hearted surface.
About the Filmmakers
|Boulevard Pictures presents a Lauralee Farrer film, Not That Funny—a simple story of how far a serious man will go for love. Award-winning filmmakers Jack Hafer and Terence Berry (producers), Lauralee Farrer (director, screenplay) and Jonathan Foster (screenplay) teamed up with actors Tony Hale (Arrested Development), Brigid Brannagh (Army Wives), K Callan, Nick Thune, Timothy V. Murphy, and John Kapelos to create a charming film about friendship, humor and, above all, how love's first demand is to prefer others before yourself.
Other filmmakers include editor Matt Barber, composer David Hlebo, production designer Glen Hall, Director of Photography Brandon Lippard, and associate producers Ronald A. Allchin, Tamara Johnston McMahon, and Loren A. Roberts.
Under construction website: www.notthatfunnymovie.com where you will find regular updates on selections for festivals or awards.
(Click on image for hi-res; all hi-res stills from the film are 1920x1080, which translates to roughly 3.5" x 6.5" at 300 dpi.)