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An Affair of the Heart, the documentary featuring the special relationship rocker Rick Springfield has with his most ardent fans heads back on the Film Festival circuit in late September with stops in Milwaukee, Boston, Minneapolis and Bend, OR. The most exciting news is the film will have an exclusive theatrical release in New York City the week of October 10-16 to coincide with the release of Springfield’s newest album “Songs for the End of the World” which hits retail outlets and online music sites, such as iTunes on October 9th. Click here for more info about the new album.
In preparation for this increased exposure, Killerwebs Design cranked out a new look to the An Affair of the Heart website in less than 24 hours. Yellow Rick Road Productions requested a simplified design with improved user interface. The front end of the site features a simple static site to make it easy for the every day user to find information about the film. Killerwebs Design also designed the “fan section” of the site which is accessible when one clicks on the Follow the Yellow Rick Road road sign. This section is a more complex database driven website featuring subscriber management, e-newsletter capabilities and frequently updated news exclusive to paying subscribers.
Killerwebs Design is pleased to announce the launch of RowdyRon.com. Rowdy Ron is an interent DJ, comedian, former wrestler and voice talent. Fun guy! Fun website! This project was a pleasure to work on.
It’s no secret that on a personal level, I LOVE Rick Springfield and have been a fan for over 30 years. My very first rock concert was a Rick Springfield concert when I was 10. It has been my privilege to work with Yellow Rick Road Productions for the past 9 months while they have finalized their movie about Rick Springfield and the relationship he has with his fans - An Affair of the Heart. I have been their website/graphics designer and have assisted with their marketing of the film as it has prepared for its debut at the Florida Film Festival and later the Nashville Film Festival and HotDocs Film Festival in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Work is now beginning on getting the film into distribution so it can have a theater release and later DVD release.