Richard Titus produces flick, On_Line, that debuts at indie film festival
Former Razorfish executive Richard Titus is trying his hand at another digital media, digital filmmaking.
Titus, former vice president of strategic development for the Web services firm and one of its many defectors in 2001, has been busy producing a feature film that's now making the rounds on the independent film circuit.
The 97-minute film, titled On_Line, debuted last week at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. The movie, which lists Titus and his wife, Tavin Marin, as its executive producers, was written by Jed Weintrob and Andrew Osborne. It tells a story "set in the online computer world that is a humorous, compelling examination of the desires and fears that accompany falling in and out of love." In other words, it's all about cybersex.
No word yet on how well the film was received by Sundance audiences. While the film is Titus' most recent foray into the world of entertainment, it's not his first. Before Razorfish, he worked on records for the Beach Boys, among other things.