You Must Be High

Mary Juana is an hilarious talking hermaphrodite pot plant puppet who plugs the latest hot cannabis products, pocasts. Sprinkled with funny marijuana memes couched in the comedy of every webisode, the reminder that #YouMustBeHigh.

  • Felix Pire
    Director
  • Felix Pire
    Writer
  • Felix Pire
    Producer
  • Mary Juana
    Key Cast
    Snoop's crib.
  • Project Type:
    Web / New Media
  • Runtime:
    1 minute 30 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 12, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    4K
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
Director Biography - Felix Pire

FILM ACTOR: 12 Monkeys (Terry Gilliam, director, Universal), Phat Girlz (Nnegeste Likke, director, Fox Searchlight), Dear God (Garry Marshall director, Paramount), It's My Party (Randal Kleiser, director, United Artists).

TELEVISION: How to Rock (NICK) Prison Break (FOX), NYPD Blue (ABC), Gideon's Crossing (ABC), The Rerun Show (NBC), Matt Waters, series regular (CBS).

STAGE: 1997 New York Outer Critic's Circle Award for Outstanding Solo Performance for "Men on the Verge of a His-Panic Breakdown", Off-Broadway; Winner of Best Play in a Smaller Theatre at 1995 Los Angeles Ovation Awards.

After winning the 1997 New York Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Solo Performance for a play he performed entitled "Men on the Verge of a His-Panic Breakdown, Felix Pire, under fellowship in 1998-99 at The Mark Taper Forum, wrote "The Origins of Happiness in Latin", a solo play which won the California Community Foundation’s Brody Grant in 2000 and the Arizona Theatre Company’s 2001 National Latino Playwriting Award. It was produced to critical acclaim by ATC and Off-Broadway at Urban Stages in 2003, with Felix performing.

He was a top 20 Finalist in the 2013 National Hispanic Media Coalition’s Television Writers Program.

Felix learned to write funny lines off the cuff when he trained at the Jim Henson Company for three years in television puppetry and 'Groundlings' style improv comedy during rehearsals for their adult themed, improvised stage show, "Puppet Up!"... He was hired by the Henson company to write and perform an original puppet character built by Henson in a pitch for Spanish ESPN, as Felix is a bilingual Cuban-American who grew up in Miami.

Felix penned his the award winning screenplay, "Hurricane Nena" at Josefina Lopez's (writer, "Real Women Have Curves") 2002 HBO Latino Screenwriting Project. It went on to win the 2003 ABC Entertainment Television Development Group’s “Certificate in Recognition of Creative Excellence”.

Also a finalist for the 1999 Sundance Feature Film Program, and semi-finalist in the 2000 New York Latino International Film Festival Screenplay Contest for his screen adaptation of the O. Henry short story, "Transients in Arcadia".

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Director Statement

I am a proud card-holding member at Hollywood's finest Ralph's, CVS, Rite Aid and VONS. I will someday produce a comedy show on television that will make minds expand, sides ache with laughter and hearts go pitter-pat. For my TV/Film acting reel and more FELIX "FUN Clickbait FACTS" like: "Felix auditioned for SNL the year they cast Horatio Sans, plus was cast in the final season of IN LIVING COLOR -- the year it got cancelled!"... Check out: http://www.felixpire.com