Stang is also a film-maker and animator. His credits have included Arise! (listed as one of the greatest underground videos of all time), The Wad and the Worm (which won many awards, including the Cannes Film Festival Silver Chalice), Reproduction Cycle and The World of the Future (both of which were banned from TV in several countries), music videos for Devo, the feature documentary China Run, countless commercials, and a series of PBS specials about Sioux art forms.
He continues to patiently survive the violence of Dallas, TX, where he co-exists with his family, continues to supervise the outdoors SubGenius devivals, pens articles for big entertainment magazines, and has even thrown together such books as High Weirdness By Mail: collections of addresses for nuts and oddballs and diverse religious churches around the country, which would willingly send out their information to the seekers of curiosities. Considering Death Equinox is happening after X-Day, we can assume that hostile religious influences will not be present as they will have been sucked bodily, and quite painfully, up through the atmosphere toward Heaven by then.
Rev. Ivan Stang also contributes to the official SubGenius web site which can be found at: www.subgenius.com.