Ever dreamed of attending a movie premiere? Are you enchanted by the glitz and glamor the red carpet entails? Well, thanks to internet magic you can share in the thrills of the premiere of the new indie comedy from Late Show with David Letterman writers Rob Burnett and Jon Beckerman, We Made This Movie.

The spirited coming-of-age movie centers on Lebron, an aspiring filmmaker and high school senior who urges his friends to help him craft a sidesplitting comedy in hopes of becoming famous and breaking out of the drudgery of their little town life. The headstrong wannabe director is so certain of his success that he contracts some lowly and slightly freaky freshman to record behind-the-scenes footage, but what these cameras capture prove far more impactful than the goofy feature the kids had in mind. Check out the film's trailer below:

We Made This Movie will make its premiere online September 20th, and you can join in all the fun for free by registering on their website. Before the film screens for the in house audience and those watching on the web, there wlll be a red carpet pre-show followed by some stand-up from comedian Jim Gaffigan. Then stay tuned after the credits for a panel discussion with Burnett and Beckerman and the film's cast, moderated by Michael Ian Black and Tom Cavanaugh of the Mike & Tom Eat Snacks! podcast.

And that's not all. While Burnett appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to promote the picture, he revealed a contest that offers its winner and a guest passes to the premiere in New York City, popcorn, and entrance to the sure-to-be comedian-stuffed after party. Burnett dishes the details along with We Made This Movie cast member Arthur Meyer below: