8/7/22 Brett Weiss's new book The 100 Greatest Console Video Games : 1988–1998 is now available for pre-order. Included is an essay contributed by Sean Tiedeman on Golden Axe for the Sega Genesis.
Sean's wife Krystle-Dawn also wrote two stories: Crash Bandicoot (PS1) and Spyro The Dragon (PS1).
Pre-order here: Target Amazon Walmart Author's Official Site Schiffer Publishing
6/14/22 Tiedeman is the Titles/Graphics Manager on Gary Gerani's documentary film Romantic Mysticism: The Music of Billy Goldenberg. Available now from Kino Lorber as a Blu-ray extra on The UFO Incident.
3/3/21 Sean was a special guest at the Iron City Asskickers Release Party event hosted by the George A. Romero Foundation on 3/3/21. Tiedeman discussed his experiences editing with George A. Romero. Sean was also included on a cast and crew panel discussing the project at The Living Dead Weekend 7/3/21 (Monroeville Mall, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
5/8/20 Pre-production has begun on Sean's new film, Flying Spiders. Click here for more information.
10/28/19 Tiedeman completed several DVD and Blu-ray authoring projects for the CreatorVC team, an independent producer of long-form factual entertainment. Their most recent documentary, “In Search of Darkness,” celebrates the most iconic era in cinema history: ‘80s horror and was recently reviewed by Forbes Magazine!
9/22/19 Sean is featured in an article from Lehigh Valley Business Magazine.
1/20/18 I'm in a new game called #XOXO!
Sean's like TRON. He's in an AWESOME iOS game called #XOXO available for FREE in the App Store! Sean appears in Level 2 alongside writer/director Nicola Caulfield (From Bedrooms to Billions series). #XOXO is hailed as the first ever video game where you hug and kiss your friends.
The game was created by Chun Wah Kong.
His extensive line of video game credits can be seen here:
"A lovely game that anyone can enjoy. Gorgeous illustrations and intuitive controls that are easy to pick up and play. Great fun!!!" - iTunes Customer Review
Click here to read the official press release from Gamasutra.
#XOXO by Skoobie Games Ltd
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
3/21/21 Ralph H. Baer Documentary "The Father of Videogames"
Ralph H. Baer
Ralph H. Baer, known as "The Father of Videogames" is the subject of our new documentary currently in development. President George W. Bush awarded Baer the National Medal of Technology for inventing the home console for video games and inspiring the birth of the video game industry.
Director Sean Tiedeman and Producer Krystle-Dawn Willing spent time with Baer at his home in New Hampshire during April of 2012 and captured footage infused with his limitless inspiration, creativity, and passionate spirit.
* The filmmakers are currently gathering additional photographs, video content, and interview subjects that may be useful in telling Mr. Baer's story. If you have anything that you would like to contribute which may potentially be presented in the documentary, please click here to contact our producer, Krystle-Dawn Willing.