|The Dungeon Masters
The Dungeon Masters is a 2008 documentary film about the role playing game Dungeons & Dragons and its significance in the lives of three dungeon masters (self described as "gamemasters"): Scott Corum, Richard Meeks and Elizabeth Reesman. The film is director Keven McAlester's second feature documentary (his first was You're Gonna Miss Me), and premiered at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival. It was an official selection of the South by Southwest Film Festival and the AFI Dallas Film Festival. The original film score is by Blonde Redhead. Cinematography is by Lee Daniel. The film's executive producers are Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi, the directors of Bug. The film's producers are Jeff Levy-Hinte, Brian Gerber and Kel Symons.
The Dungeon Masters explores the subculture of gamers and role-playing games, specifically Dungeons & Dragons.
The movie was originally envisioned as a history of Dungeons & Dragons, but shifted its focus to the lives of the players early on. The film was produced by Antidote Films.
It was released on DVD in 2010 by MPI Media Group.
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- ^ The Dungeon Masters DVD, MPI Media Group, 2010, CIN5001 (87 minutes)