If you spend enough time on social media, you will be familiar with short-duration change videos that have a credit title that says “Directed by Robert B. Weide” in the closing section. Maybe afterward you wonder who is Robert B. Weide and where are the credit title pieces taken? Robert B. Weide is a real character and not engineering of shitposting maniacs.
Born on June 20, 1959, Weide is a screenwriter, producer and director who has made many documentaries. Weide’s first profession in the world of cinema was an editor for an educational film on how to use a 16mm lens at Fullerton Public Library, Orange County, California. In 1982, he produced a documentary called ” The Marx Brothers in a Nutshell ” inspired by his work.
In 1996 he also became a scriptwriter for the film Mother Night a film adaptation of the novel Kurt Vonnegut of the same name with director Keith Gordon and starring Nick Nolte, John Goodman, Alan Arkin, Sheryl Lee, and Kirsten Dunst. While in 2014, Weide became the director and scriptwriter for a British comedy series entitled Mr. Sloane.
Since making “The Marx Brothers in a Nutshell”, Weide made another documentary with four different comedians. Some won prestigious awards, such as Straight Up (1986) which won the 1986 Emmy Primetime Award for Outstanding Informational Series, or Swear to Tell the Truth (1998) which won the Creative Arts Emmy and was nominated for an Oscar Weide’s latest film is Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time , a documentary that aired 2018 ago.
The film, which has been filming since 1988, has not only provided a definitive report on the life of the author, but also documented how Weide’s friendship developed with Vonnegut, and the journey to complete this film for more than three decades. Weide’s name began to be widely known to cinema lovers since making Curb Your Enthusiasm, a slapstick comedy genre series that aired on HBO in 2000.
And from the series, a credit title piece that read “Directed by Robert B. Weide” came from. Starring, among others, by Larry David, Cheryl Hines, to Jeff Garlin, Curb Your Enthusiasm is a comedy series on the life journey of a Larry David that is packed with satirical humor related to life.
The series also won many awards and nominations, including the 2002 AFI Comedy Series of the Year (AFI TV Award) and the Best Comedy Program (Banf Rockie Award). Tragicomediation of Social Gaps that Are Almost Perfect During the first five years he directed and became the serial executive producer, Weide also received several awards, including the 2003 Emmy Awards for the Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series (Emmy) category in the episode “Krazee-Eyez Killa”.
The typical credit title piece was first used in the video ” The Ending of the Mist (Curb your Enthusiasm Edition) ” which was uploaded to Youtube in 2011 by an account named Nikolaj Christensen. It’s just that, in the video it only displays musical instruments without writing “Directed by Robert B. Weide” with a black background as commonly found in many memes.
Also Popular are Meme Weide is definitely not the first person whose character is made into shitposting material. Maybe you are quite familiar with the meme ” Disaster Girl ” which shows the house on fire and the face of a little girl smiling slyly saying “there was a spider, it’s gone now”.
The girl is named Zoe Roth and she is now a teenager. His picture was taken by his father, Dave Roth when they were watching a firehouse in a field not far from the location. Another pretty popular meme is “Bad Luck Brian” which shows a portrait of a blond young white boy smiling happily.
The teenager was originally named Kyle Craven and it was a photo in his school yearbook uploaded by a friend to the Reddit forum in 2012. To The Washington Post, Craven, who is now an adult, said that before being photographed he accidentally pinched his cheek to red and smiled like that just to look funny.
In 2015, there was a very global meme: a portrait of a black man smiling in surprise as if he was surprised. He is Nick Young, a former professional basketball player who last won the Denver Nuggets. The portrait of Young’s face is a piece of the video scene “Thru The Lens Episode 04 Day in the life of Nick Young “, a 2014 content from a Youtuber named Cassy Athena.
Professor of political science and social sciences at The New School, Manhattan, New York and later known as meme “Harold”. Especially the last name, the use of meme using his face has been started since eight years ago. However, although memes are basically intended as entertainment or mere internet humor products, not all memes have a background story that also shakes the stomach.
A meme that shows a portrait of a Chinese family with a good-looking father and mother, but in contrast to the faces of their three children, is one of them. The family portrait was first published in the 2012 edition of the Heilongjiang Morning Post, a newspaper in China, complete with heartbreaking stories.
The husband sued his wife for giving birth to ugly children. He accused his wife of having an affair, but after a DNA test, the allegations were not proven. It was only known that the wife had had plastic surgery long before she was dating her husband and the children who were born turned out to follow their faces before they were operated on. However, the news was completely hoaxed. In fact, ironically, the hoax news was also adapted from other hoax news aired in 2004 by the Daily Newspaper Shenzhen newspaper.
The family photo was made for the sake of advertising an agency of J. Walter Thompson (JWT) with a Taiwanese model, Heidi Yeh. Initially, the shooting was only for the sake of cosmetic advertising and according to the agreed contract, the image would only be used in printed form.
Unfortunately, the portrait was actually used by cosmetic clinics for their online advertising which later became viral in cyberspace. As a result of the spread of these photos, love relationships always ran aground.
He is also known as a wife who deceived her husband, even his family repeatedly confirmed whether he had plastic surgery. Until then Heidi Yeh voiced and filed a lawsuit at JWT agency that contracted him and demanded compensation of losses of 5 million NTD.