Hipsters create a constant array of millennial first-world problems for Michael, an older coffee shop owner, who on following his dreams, loses his wife and sanity, as political correctness and hypocrisy dominate his universe.
Hipsterverse premiered its first season on January 12th 2020 on the Planet Cannabis Entertainment Network, located on the MYTVTOGO delivery platform.
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Only when given a diary as a teenager did Dylan begin to have any interest in writing. Playing with obtuse language, bizarre poems and making stories about inanimate objects while creating a ‘Dylictionary’ of self made terms and isms. Dylan finally began to read and fell into an abyss of language. Studying James Joyce, Tom Robbins and the journey of the auto-writing poets and trippers of the 1950’s beat writers Neal Cassidy, Ken Casey and William Borroughs. These writers inspired him to further open up his love of capturing the fringes and he began to write books following characters he met as he travelled the world as a journalist into his early twenties. He began to shoot and make explorative films about the people he met on his travels, then returning to his home in Ireland and shooting everything that was weird and offbeat. Building stories from his friends antics with the early advent of digital technology inspired him to further put the more bizarre factions of rogue society onto tape.
Bringing this enthusiasm for capturing unshared worlds he began to produce films with the community of actors he had found to collaborate with in Ireland. Producing comedy focussed shorts ‘Ignorance is Bliss’, ‘Slainte’ and poetry doc ‘Shadowsmiths’. He was invited to Vancouver on Irish tv show ‘Exiles Vancouver’ where he met Michael and developed the series he had began writing in Ireland with David and Fergal. ‘Hipsterverse’ was born in the coffeeshops of Vancouver, where the strange and bizarre millennials, its own non-counter culture, came to life.
Since Hipsterverse, Dylan has continued his fascination with the unshared worlds. Creating films ‘Heart Overheard’ with its global festival run and recently ‘Bad Suns’ to be released in 2020. Dylan is excited to have Three feature films in development all exploring the weird and wonderful sides of being a modern human.