What Were We thinking films
Dean Falcone is a fleet-fingered guitarist and eclectic pop/rock composer who’s been playing in bands since his pre-teens. He’s worked with filmmaker Gorman Bechard on several different projects, scoring FRIENDS (WITH BENEFITS), BROKEN SIDE OF TIME, the upcoming A DOG NAMED GUCCI, and co-producing the documentary COLOR ME OBSESSED, A FILM ABOUT THE REPLACEMENTS. He’s helmed Connecticut-based acts such as The Excerpts (Jon Brion), 100 Faces and Dean & the Dragsters, the Shellye Valauskas EXP and tours nationally with Tipsy in Chelsea and The Zambonis, among others. Dean’s also the anything-goes impresario of the legendary “Vomitorium” rock-covers jam every Thanksgiving at Café Nine in New Haven, Connecticut. A voracious collector of music, movies and comedy albums, Dean is delighted to think that his work on DVDs might end up in the collections of other pop-culture obsessives.