Eat When You’re Hungry

Directed by Malcolm Rizzuto & Spencer Garrison

'Eat When You're Hungry' is a mostly true portrait of Malcolm, a modern American young-person raised on TV & McDonalds, and his grandma, Lola, a strong and loud lady who immigrated to the U.S. in the 1970’s after surviving off eating newspaper in the Philippines for 30 years.


Credits

Written, directed, animated by | Malcolm Rizzuto & Spencer Garrison

Voice by | Malcolm Rizzuto, Nollee Pagaduan, and Spencer Garrison

Featuring music by| Dakila


About the Directors

Hotdog Sandwich is the LA-based cartoon duo Malcolm Rizzuto (NY) and Spencer Garrison (IN). They’ve been writing, making, and watching movies together since they met at Syracuse University in 2012. In their free time they enjoy writing children’s songs and looking for the world’s best Italian sub.

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