TIFF Video: Wig shopping with the creators of ‘S–t Girls Say’

Graydon Sheppard and Kyle Humphrey on their rise from Tweeter feed, to viral YouTube sensation, to TIFF

Canadians Graydon Sheppard and Kyle Humphrey posted their first episode of S–t Girls Say on YouTube on December 12, 2011. That same day, the video went viral and received over 2 million hits. The video’s leading lady, played by Sheppard, is based on a Twitter feed that the two created back in April of 2011 and has has over 1.6 millions followers, including Gwyneth Paltrow.

We caught up with writer and director Sheppard and Humphrey, a graphic designer, artist and writer, before their fourth episode has its world premiere in the Canadian Short Cuts program at TIFF on September 14.

 

  • If you’re not one of the 30-million people who’ve viewed the three  S–t Girls Say videos, here they are.

 

 

 




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TIFF Video: Wig shopping with the creators of ‘S–t Girls Say’

  1. Oh that was hilarious! Thanks for posting this interview :^)

  2. Oh Jessica Allen you are adorable, like a cute SNL character (I am saying this with all due respect) and I looooooove this guys, Graydon and Kyle, they crack me up. My biggest nightmare is looking like that eating chips in bed, so angry haha #shitisay

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