Sunday, December 20, 2009

RPS DVD + Netflix

RPS DVD will be available to rent in the new year from Netflix but we need your help!

We need as many people to add the film to their Netflix queue. The more queues its in the more DVDs they will order from our distributor and the more effort they will put behind it's distribution. You (and your friends and family) don't even need to ever actually rent the movie (obviously we'd encourage you to do so because it's awesome) so even if you've seen it please still add it to your queue!

We need 5000+ people so every person counts. Please forward to this on, add it to your blog, stick in on a message board and tweet with abandon. Find the release here on Netflix and add it today!

Thursday, November 19, 2009

RPS Distributor Indie Pix hits the World Champs

Read the full story here at the Indie Pix Blog.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Sunday, November 15, 2009

New World RPS Champ Crowned

All eyes were on Toronto this past Saturday for the World RPS Championships and a new winner dominates the field, read more about how things went down on the official World RPS Society site. Tim Conrad is your new world champion.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

DVD Release set for Nov 17th

Finally the film will be coming to DVD officially. No more sneaking those bootlegs on the RPS message boards. Official street date is November 17th but a limited batch will be on sale at the World Championships in Toronto this Saturday evening giving you one more chance to be ahead of the curve and own this before anyone else. Find out more at Indie Pix and more info forthcoming on how you can support team RPS and see the movie.

p.s. a new line of shirts will be made available very soon, keep coming back.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Thanks for all the rocks LA!

We had a great screening this Saturday night in LA and big thank you to all that came out and supported the film. You laughed at all the right places and donated much need cash to the RPS cause. Slowly we will get to the finish line and be able to meet our deliverables to our distributor. Here are some pics from the night photographed by Jill Aske. Congrats to Moira McMahon the undisputed RPS champ of LA. Hopefully we will be back with another LA screening for all those that missed out. See the full flickr feed here.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

LA Screening May 30th

ROCK PAPER SCISSORS: A Geek Tragedy comes to LA for its premiere screening. After a successful award-winning festival run, RPS is living large in LA for one night only. Come see why Variety called it "an amusing tale comparable to The King of Kong." Clearly they loved the film!

All proceeds - from ticket to T-Shirt sales - help us pay our bills and fulfill our obligations to our (in negotiations) distributor so the rest of the world get a chance to see the film. In case you're wondering, it's not an open bar but there will be lots of booze available, and our venue sponsor recommends that you keep drinking while you watch.

Location: Busby's East, 5364 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036
Date and Time: Saturday, May 30th: 7pm sharp
Admission (at the door only): $15 CASH PLEASE!
RSVP to ensure guaranteed entry:
Facebook Event: Click here

If you can't make the screening but still want to contribute to the cause visit us at and donate.

RPS Tip #4: Paper is the new rock.

p.s. the web is doing some weird compression to the flyer and the colours are all off! Can't seem to fix it though...

Monday, March 30, 2009

Whistler here we come

Get your rocks, papers and scissors in order, RPS is coming to town in April. The Telus World Ski & Snowboard Festival is happening mid April and RPS has a prime slot on April 18th for our Whistler premiere. Find out more about the festival and screening here.

Tell your friends, check the facebook event, and come on down. Pick up advance tickets here.

Doors 7pm, projector rolls 7:30pm
Helping us pay our bills: $12
Rainbow Theatre (Located within the Telus Conference Centre)
4010 Whistler Way
Whistler, BC, Canada

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Film reviews

We want to share some cool reviews of the film coming out of Cinequest so that you know that you aren't the only ones that think RPS is awesome!

From the news media

CQ Central

and from the blogesphere
Jason Watches Movies

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Cinequest success!

Thank you everyone that came out to support the film at the San Jose Cinequest Film Festival. Great crowds and some side bar RPS action spotted here and there. Director Mike McKeown enjoyed the two screenings he attended at the beginning of the festival and was joined by Master Roshambolla for the US premiere on Feb 26th.

Thanks to all the folks from Apple for coming out and yes we don't mind saying it but FCP rocks like RPS any day. Take a look at some photos from the festival and look out for our LA screening (likely in the next 2 months) and a screening up in Whistler as well, stay tuned for this one it's going to be a fun venue! Don't forgot to spread the word, T-Shirts are back in stock and ready to fly off the shelves and as always every dollar donated goes towards getting the film to the finish line with all our legal obligations so that we can drop it on a small screen near you!

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Cinequest Audience Choice Award...go VOTE!

For all those RPS fans who have made our two screenings so far at Cinequest don't forget to cast your vote for Rock Paper Scissors. We hear that you can still turn ballots in, it doesn't have to be right after the screening. So if you forgot and you still have the ballot in your pocket, wallet, or purse head back to the screening venue and just drop off to one of the ushers or festival staff.

You have one more chance to catch RPS at Cinequest this week on Sunday 8th 5:15pm over at the Camera 12 cinemas. For more info hit

Thanks for all the support and a big shout out to all the Apple FCP folks who came out to support us last week.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Screenings this week

The San Jose Cinequest Film Festival 2009 is upon us and RPS has three screening that you should head to or tell your friends in the bay area about.

Find out more and get tickets here and follow our Facebook Group here.

Thursday 2/26/2009 9:30 PM San Jose Repertory Theatre
Saturday 2/28/2009 12:15 PM Camera 12
Sunday 3/8/2009 5:15 PM Camera 12

Wednesday, January 28, 2009


At long last we're thrilled to announce that the film will be making its US Premiere at the Cinequest Film Festival in San Jose, California!

Cinequest, according to the always reliable Wikipedia, is the first major annual independent film festival held after the Academy Awards. Located in San Jose, California, Cinequest has grown to be one of the largest and most influential film festivals featuring new filmmakers.

The festival runs from Feb. 25 to March 8, 2009.

The good folks at Cinequest have scheduled three screenings during the festival - dates to be announced very soon. If you're in the neighbourhood we would love to see you. Director Mike McKeown and Producer Julian Cautherley will be in attendance.

There's also a rumour that Master Roshambollah will make an appearance...