PASSION PROJECT: Who Done It, the Clue Documentary feat. Jeff C. Smith

Viktor Devonne presents: PASSION PROJECT, a series devoted to artists and creators behind really neat stuff.  The premiere episode is WHO DONE IT? THE CLUE DOCUMENTARY, with the director/editor/guide Jeff C. Smith, who began his journey in 2017. 

The final product is a full length documentary now in select theaters, and on its way to VOD.  With behind-the-scenes gab from the folks behind the cult classic Clue (Jonathan Lynn! Lesley Ann Warren! Michael McKean!) including extensive conversations on the almost-was (Carrie Fisher as Miss Scarlet? That elusive 4th ending?), loving tribute to the energy of the people who made it happen (the costumes! the sets! the script!), and grateful acknowledgement of the fans who keep the mayhem going, this is the thus-only definitive documentation of the history of the quinessential board game murder mystery comedy. 

Jeff talks about how the idea formulated, how he got in contact with comedy legends to be on camera, who declined and how nicely, and the road to the movie screen, where it recently showed on both coasts and is now emerging all over. “It’s not just a movie based on a board game …anymore.”

Video version of this conversation is available here: 

Support the documentary by visiting www.cluedoc.com and following all the socials:
instagram.com/cluedocumentary/
facebook.com/ClueDocumentary/ 
– twitter.com/whodoneitdoc

AND get a listen at the brand new Clue: the Movie Podcast, where Jeff and cohost Brad Gilmore watch and discuss the movie by the minute: https://www.cluedoc.com/general-clean

Audio Version:

– For more on WEBurlesque Podcast Network, visit weburlesquepodcast.com and @weburlesque @viktordevonne  everywhere

Passion Project is a production by WEBurlesque Podcast Network and Viktor Devonne; all original material property to Viktor Devonne; all non-original material property to those copyright holders. Copyright Disclaimer under section  107 of the Copyright Act 1976,  allowance is made for “fair use”  for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching,  scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.  

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