We want to congratulate our own Ken Cole for his hilariously awkward 1994 interview of Mitt Romney, an instant classic! This thing is currently making the rounds on some major news sites. If you enjoyed Ken’s goofy interviewing skills, you’ll love his performance as a clueless I.T. newbie in the new action-comedy extravaganza I.T. Supremacy! It will be screening next at the Trail Dance Film Festival in January, and we’ll update you with news as it becomes available online!
Get the full story behind the Mitt Romney video at Mother Jones.
We are pleased to share this new clip from I.T. Supremacy! Jim Dawson uses the power of music to teach his staff about information technology. Check out the hilarious song below:
We’re proud to announce that I.T. Supremacy will be screening at the Trail Dance Film Festival in January 2012! Trail Dance has been named twice in MovieMaker Magazine’s Top 25 festival lists – our congratulations to the cast and crew! The festival will run January 27-28, so be sure to check back for updates.
M. Night Shyamalan’s movie Signs gets the Mystery Science Theater treatment from I.T. Supremacy actors Chris White, Jim Wilson and Ken Cole! This comedic commentary plays along with the movie, injecting some much-needed frivolity into this alien-invasion tale!
All you need is the Signs Blu-Ray/DVD and any type of mp3 player. Available exclusively from Rifftrax!
I.T. Supremacy was awarded Best Short Film at the 2011 Moore Reel International Film Festival this weekend! Congratulations to the cast and crew!
Next up, Jim Dawson and Co. will be bringing the mirth to 30,000+ attendees at the Gen Con Indy Film Fest! We’ll see you August 6th in Indianapolis!
We’re pleased to announce that I.T. Supremacy has been invited to screen at the 2011 Gen Con Indy Film Festival! Gen Con is the longest-running and best-attended gaming convention in the world, so we’re quite honored to be a part of it. Members of the cast and crew will be in attendance, and we’ll update you on info as it arrives.
Gen Con runs August 4-7 in Indianapolis, IN, so mark your calendars!
The man behind the epic music of I.T. Supremacy talks about his many surprising roles in making the movie, both in front of and behind the camera. He also shares some of his favorite spoofs and how he composed music for this action-packed parody!