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WHO DO I THINK I AM? is a documentary that looks at the craft and challenges of mounting a one-person show.
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Film Festivals and Beyond

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Greetings Earthlings!

We know it's been a while since you've heard from us, so we wanted to share a few updates.

Nerdgasm premiered at the Vail Film Festival in Colorado in late March. We screened twice and audiences loved the film. Which is a relief!

A week later the film screened at the Boston LGBT Film Festival, with Tom in attendance. Again a strong and supportive audience!

Coming up we are playing in the Cayman Islands Film Festival (it's their inaugural festival, so we're thrilled to be a part of it) and the Out Here Now - Kansas City LGBT Film Festival. We have more coming up, and plans for other distribution in the works too!

We finally created a Facebook page to keep everyone updated more frequently at Please follow us there!

If you're in Pittsburgh, be sure to check out Tom in the fantastic Broadway hit, Buyer & Cellar, at the Pittsburgh Public Theater, May 28 - June 28. It's a fantastic show and Tom is front and center. Because there's nobody else in the cast!

Lastly, here's our latest poster - our friend Gabriel Goldberg is ridiculously talented and we're grateful for his genius work here!

Thanks again for your support - we love hearing from you, so please feel free to send us a message any time!


Tom, Andy, & Courtney

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NERDGASM is here!

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Nearing the Finish Line!


Hi friends!

Thanks for hangin' in there with us!  We recently got to spend some quality time with our Editor Anelli, who lives in Boston.  She came out for a visit/intense three week editing session. She was hunkered down with us here in Los Angeles and we got the film into great shape and did a couple small screenings for friends so we could get some notes/feedback.  After we received audience feedback, we realized we had a few missing pieces.   Sooooo...we decided to film some additional interview footage with our subjects in New York City and San Francisco!  Hazaah!  

Through friends and friends of friends we got to work with some awesome local cinematographers who helped us with the additional footage!   Super cool!  It's been great to work with so many people from around the globe to make this movie happen.  Some of whom we met through the Kickstarter campaign, twitter and facebook.  Perhaps that makes this a global worldwide production of some sort?!

We just wanted to send our love and appreciation to all of you for your support throughout this journey.  It's been an educational process for all of us involved and we are excited to have a locked picture in the next coming weeks (cross your fingers for us!).  Again, thank you for your patience as I know some of you have been inquiring about our end date.  

We thought we were almost finished and after feedback from our small audience we realized there were important questions that needed to be answered.  And since we were so close to the film, the answers weren't clear to us.  Outside perspective is so helpful!!! So thank you to our friends for their incredible notes, which will make the film even better!  

We will let you, our beloved backers, know once we have locked picture! Thank you so much for your support!

Tom, Andrew, & Courtney