It’s June 9th – you know what that means? Everyone can now see Who Did It? The Clue VCR Game!!!
It’s here!!! Frank and I has such blast making this documentary for you. We’re in the business of making people happy, being young again, holding onto nostalgia – And we feel we did just that. We don’t want money – We just want you to smile, relive your childhood, or learn something new in a lost memory of video game history.
Thank you again to all the Clue VCR cast a crew for helping us out, and thank you Steve Perry and the RI Comic Con for that extra boost to make this film happen. Thank you Nathanel Tronerud for your gorgeous music, and thank you to all the patient Clue fans waiting three years since it’s announcement!
Ladies and gentlemen…
We also just made a Facebook page for upcoming screenings and Cable Access showings. Be sure to “Like” us, and to also keep a look out for some rare videos and photos, marketing pieces, and upcoming film reviews!
This is my second nomination, and I couldn’t be more excited. It’s cliché, but it really is an honor to be considered with all the rest of the best in New England. We’ll let you know what happens at the ceremony May 30th!
UPDATE: We didn’t take home a statue, but we had a blast. Again, an honor. Until next time 🙂
Things got crazy. I was hired, which felt like a 24/7 job, at WaterFire Providence- Mike went onto other projects as well- we fell trapped into “We’ll get to it.” And we finally have. We’re proud to announce that Blood! Sugar! Sid! Ace! is now up for sale and rent at VHX.tv!
Check it out – keep an open mind – pop some corn – and enjoy!Blood! Sugar! Sid! Ace! on VHX.tv RENT OR BUY NOW
Long story short- if you’ve been following my news feed, you’ve noticed my friend Frank Durant and I made documentary called Who Did It? The Clue VCR Game. We showed it at RI Comic Con, we showed it at the SENE Film Festival and won an award… but there’s still this footage from the WBZ Evening Magazine Spot about the production of Clue VCR II: Murder in Disguise in Newport, RI.
The guy I was in contact with on The Art of Murder forums disappeared on me, WBZ-TV gave the archives to WGBH… WGBH got rid of them… I was defeated and made a release date of the film. Lo and behold, Michael Dell’Orto (Monsieur Brunette himself) came to the rescue! He had a copy of it!!! He got it to me ASAP–
So- in the meantime, as I rework the second part of the film to put in this amazing footage behind the scenes of Clue VCR II, our composer Nathanael Tronerud has released Who Did It’s Soundtrack. Please check it out and buy a copy. He worked his butt off on it, and I honestly feel it’s why the film flows now.
This is cool! The animation I made for Danny Weinkauf was just accepted to the 2015 SENE Film Festival! Our screening is Tuesday, April 21 8:30 PM at the Brooklyn Coffee Tea House. It’s part of an all night music event. Unfortunately I’ll be out of town in St. Louis on business, but go! SENE does an amazing job.
Frank and I screened our documentary Who Did It? The Clue VCR Game, now chock filled with music by the amazing Nathanael Tronerud, at the 2014 SENE Film Festival! It was a packed room, got an awesome response, and amazing Q&A.
Back in the winter of 2013, local filmmaker Carla Ricci and I revisited an old project of hers: Carolina, RI.
With hurricane season on its way, Carla wanted to lift and re-edit the story of the 1938 hurricane that hit New England, devastating RI and its coast. This project became One Day… The Story of a Storm.
And now you can see it in the comfort of your own homes on RIPBS! Sunday, 3/23 6:30 p.m.
Tuesday, 3/25 4:30 a.m.
Saturday, 3/29 11:30 p.m.
A couple years ago my friend Frank Durant tried getting the cast of the Clue VCR Mystery Game together for the first Rhode Island Comic-Con.
Believe me, I asked the same question- What the hell is the Clue VCR Mystery Game?
It was a little before my time, but Parker Brothers kept the production of their first VCR video game locally in Wenham, MA (and the sequel in Newport, RI). Frank couldn’t raise the funds to get them together, so about year later after a meeting I asked Frank, “What’s going on with Clue? We have all their contacts… If they can’t come to us, let’s just go to them.”
A week later Frank had the interviews lined up and a small budget from the RI Comic Con. The premiere event was at the Second Annual RI Comic Con on November 3rd!
We just had a meeting on it’s future plans for festivals and online release, so keep checking in for updates. We’ve been getting great feedback on the documentary, and I can’t wait for you all to see it.