Christopher Folino is an American comedy director. He also produces and directs promotional material for video games and wrote the comic book Sparks, created by actor William Katt (The Greatest American Hero). Folino's feature-length film Gamers won the Best Screenplay Award at the 2006 Melbourne Underground Film Festival.
In this ambitious period film, a young superhero joins a covert team of masked vigilantes to bring justice to a crime-ridden city only to be framed for a murder for which he must go to extreme lengths to clear his name.
Premiere Photos: Christopher Folino’s Sparks
See pictures of the filmmaker Christopher Folino and stars Ashley Bell, Clint Howard and William Katt of the excellent period indie superhero movie, Sparks.
Four lifelong friends and one wannabe who, as a group, attempt to set the record for playing the most hours of the fantasy role-playing game “Demons, Nymphs and Dragons.”
7 Underground Comedies On Amazon VOD
Looking for a cheap laugh? Then these flicks on Amazon Video on Demand should soothe your craving: Sex Galaxy, Gamers, Hey Happy! and more.
Gamers Gets New Rep
Christopher Folino reports that he’s signed Circus Road Films to help represent his film Gamers, about dorky role-playing game fanatics, to distributors.
Gamers: Available In Comic Stores
Christopher Folino reports that his self-released mockumentary Gamers has been picked up Diamond distributors so the film can be sold in comic book stores.
The most shocking thing about Christopher Folino’s comedy, Gamers is Finding out that there are people who still play Dungeons & Dragons.
Even More MUFF
More reports from the Melbourne Underground Film Festival, including one by Gamers director Christopher Folino and one by Esoteric Rabbit’s Matthew Clayfield.
2006 Melbourne Underground Film Festival: Award Winners
The Melbourne Underground Film Festival has announced this year’s winners, including Roseberry 7470, Gamers and Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea.
2006 Melbourne Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup
The 7th Melbourne Underground Film Festival had an incredible roster of films, including Gamers, Plagues and Pleasures on the Salton Sea and Waiting for NESARA.