Documentary short film follows a day in the life of Marc Maron: Sept. 19, 2001

September 2011 certainly is shaping up to be a big month to see the past, present and future comedy of Marc Maron.

Maron’s independent TV pilot based on his podcast, WTF with Marc Maron, will debut Sept. 20 during the New York Television Festival.

Before and after that, you’ll be able to watch a short documentary film that followed a day in Maron’s life which just so happened to be Sept. 19, 2001, when Maron lived and worked in New York City. Shot and directed by Jodi Lennon, “Marc Maron: The Voice of Something” records the comedian in his apartment, at the Comedy Cellar, and around the city as he talks about what he, the city and the nation couldn’t stop thinking about in the days and nights after 9/11.

Here is the trailer. Roll it!

Lennon’s site has a schedule for upcoming screenings, including:

  • Sept. 12, 2011: Whiplash, the 11 p.m. show at UCB Theatre in NYC
  • Sept. 19, 2011: Maron’s live WTF podcast taping at The Bell House in Brooklyn
  • Sept. 27, 2011: The PIT, NYC
  • Oct. 4, 2011: UCB Theatre in Los Angeles

Sean L. McCarthy

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