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Dudes in Distress - Men in Video Games
9:08 PM on 08.04.2013
Animal Crossing: New Leaf Political Ad
2:47 AM on 06.05.2013
VIDEO: Final Cut Fantasy VII
8:48 PM on 01.29.2013
Nintendo 48-Hour Wii U Video Challenge - Writerís Room
9:09 PM on 01.22.2013
The Otaku: A Documentary
9:09 PM on 11.26.2011
Get a REAL Console!
11:41 AM on 05.01.2011





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[b]Dudes in Distress - Men in Video Games
[/b]The Tropes vs Men in Video Games project examines the patterns most often associated with male characters in gaming from an analytical, menís rights perspective.

~ATTENTION MALE GAMERS!~
Please watch and spread the first episode of my new educational web series so that we can rise above and stop misandry in the video game industry!!










Frank's mayoral campaign ad for Animal Crossing. Isn't it time to turn a New Leaf?

Written & directed by Frank Howley
Starring Frank Howley
Featuring Josie Zuill
Shot by Eric Marquez
Visual Effects by Robert K. Smith

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Nintendo sent me and a few other YouTube people early copies of the game to make videos for. I don't know how many people were included, but they should all be released online today. I was super excited to get a copy of the game, and now I'm happy to share my little video.










Frank struggles with an ancient piece of computer software.

Written & directed by Frank Howley
Starring Frank Howley and Matthew Bruce
Featuring Robert K. Smith and Valerie Smissen
Visual effects by Robert K. Smith










After the success of The Blair Wii U Project, Nintendo invited me to make a new commercial for them. We had to make this in 48 hours and incorporate a specific game feature from Super Mario Bros U. Made with a team of other winners Ethan Newberry, Zack Finfrock, and Josh Jepson, I wrote, acted, and co-edited it. This screened last Thursday night at Nintendoís Sundance party, which they flew me out for.

Thereís also a behind-the-scenes feature about the 48 hour film challenge, as well as the two other videos, all on Nintendoís official YouTube channel.








A documentary crew follows Frank, a 20-year old Asian-obsessed otaku, as he interacts with Asian Americans.

Ot-a-ku (n.) - an avid collector or enthusiast, esp. one who is obsessed with anime, video games, or the computer and rarely leaves home.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FuJMjnpUap0

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11:41 AM on 05.01.2011



Microsoft's official response to the PSN tragedy.

Produced by the same advertising agency that brought you 2008's successful "Get a REAL DVD" Anti-Piracy PSA.