Based in San Fransisco, California, Boiling Frog Entertainment, LLC is a business of award-winning filmmakers who provide distinctive wedding videography services, taking great pride in serving the LGBTQ+ community. Co-owners Kurt Weitzmann and M. Thaddeus “Mar” Ronquillo are driven to capture each couple’s entire wedding legacy, including joys and struggles along the way. With this caliber of wedding documentary, you can cherish every perfect moment in the years to come.
Kurt leads the creative teams at Boiling Frog Entertainment, bringing his experience in filmmaking and playwriting to each project. M. Thaddeus is the Head of Operations with a varied background in providing legal assistance and talent acquisition. Both have earned recognition for their artistic works.
Wedding services from Boiling Frog Entertainment go beyond the traditional format. You can anticipate a deep and individual wedding documentary as this team takes interviews with your loved ones about key events along the way. These personal accounts along with footage of your ceremony and reception will be crafted into a captivating story of your wedding journey. All footage will be taken in 4k video through multiple cameras, with aerial drones available for additional coverage. Your wedding documentary can be made available as a digital download and on USB flash and hard drives.
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Kurt is an award-winning San Francisco director, playwright, and comedian. His first play Last Call premiered at Stage Werx in San Francisco in 2008, directed by Norman Siopis and produced by Harley Brown’s Café. The film version of Last Call, directed by Kurt, won Best Narrative Short at The Columbia Gorge International Film Festival.
His documentary #BeRobin The Movie about Margaret Cho’s homeless outreach in San Francisco, inspired by the philanthropy of Robin Williams, won Best Documentary at the Sacramento International Film Festival and Audience Choice Award at The Big Bear International Film Festival in 2016. His short Win a Few, Lose a Few won the 20th annual California Playwright Competition in 2017. The Good Bus was a finalist in San Francisco’s Short Lived Play Competition, and later became an Official Choice as a short film for the I Will Tell International Film Festival in London in 2017.
Kurt began his career at the infamous HOLY CITY ZOO, working with such personalities as Robin Williams, Dana Carvey, Patton Oswalt, and Margaret Cho. Kurt was a finalist in the prestigious San Francisco Comedy Competition in 2015.
M. Thaddeus is the business side to Boiling Frog Entertainment, LLC as the Head of Operations, as well as co-director of The Good Bus, Official Choice of I Will Tell International Film Festival in London, and the short play B-13, finalist in Pianofight’s Short Lived 2019 Competition.
As a native San Franciscan who graduated Valedictorian from Sacred Heart High School (now Sacred Heart Cathedral Preparatory), M. Thaddeus attended law school and for a few years legal assistance to survivors of domestic violence and senior abuse.
M. Thaddeus moved on to talent acquisition in corporate, technology, and biotechnology sectors, remaining true to the vocation of making positive social change personally and professionally--and he's on a season 12 episode of KQED's Check, Please! Bay Area!
Look out, because now he knows how to operate video and sound equipment…
Diana J. Brodie is a freelance video editor and post production consultant. Upon graduating Ithaca College with a BS in television-radio communications, she moved to San Francisco where she continues her work as an editor and filmmaker. She has also edited television series in both Los Angeles and Seattle.
Diana edits everything from corporate videos & national commercials to feature documentaries & broadcast TV. She has cut for our very own #BeRobin The Movie, as well as a number of networks including: The History Channel, Animal Planet, A&E, Discovery, ESPN, National Geographic, and PBS [to name a few].
Diana has also taught Avid, Premiere, and FCP7 at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco State's Digital Video Intensive program, and to inmates at San Quentin Prison.
When she is not editing Diana can be found juggling, playing poker, researching obscure 20th century entertainment trivia, and napping.
Diana is not entirely comfortable talking about herself in the third person.