Isaac Deitz, (WackyChad's Brother) filmed, followed, & directed a full length documentary about Becoming WackyChad!
Since the age of 10 years old, Isaac has been obsessed with using cameras to tell stories. Since then, he's directed nationally televised documentaries, music videos for Grammy winning musicians, wrote and directed two feature films, one a documentary and one scripted narrative.
"Great job putting together - the editing, the music, photography, pacing, all the slo-mo shots, all the stuff they did looked great!" "Brilliant, nice piece!"
“It put a smile on my face the entire time. I even really loved the credits - the credits were fun! I loved this movie!”
"Such a joy to watch!"
"Worth the watch!"
"I highly recommend this documentary"
"What a great film!"
“This film has really opened my eyes to a whole different world”
"Really cool insight into the life of buskers"
“I've seen Wacky Chad perform in Atlanta and I absolutely love his sense of humor. It was so much fun seeing how he honed his skills through years of training and traveling and trying new material. Watch this film and then go out and support live street performers!"
"I LOVED this documentary! It was incredibly personable, touching, and vulnerable. Watching the evolution of Chad's art, and the way it was witnessed by his brother, was nothing short of breathtaking. I'm already excited to watch it again!