To a Tee

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To a Tee
Directed by Matt Riddlehoover
Written by Matt Riddlehoover
Produced by Matt Riddlehoover
Ed Hager
Starring Matt Riddlehoover
Lindsey Hancock
Jonas Brandon
CinematographyChris Lewandowski
Edited by Matt Riddlehoover
Release date
  • 2006 (2006)
Running time
64 minutes
CountryUnited States

To a Tee is a 2006 film written and directed by Matt Riddlehoover and starring Riddlehoover with Lindsey Hancock and Jonas Brandon. It has been described as “ Annie Hall meets Will & Grace ”. [1] The film's sharply edited theatrical trailer sparked much attention on the Web, specifically on MySpace.



Matt Riddlehoover wrote, directed, edited and stars in this seriocomic feature about a gay playwright who feeds off his stubborn attraction to the wrong type of guy (played in multiple roles by Jonas Brandon). When he attracts the attention of a newspaper columnist (Lindsey Hancock) who will champion his work, success seems guaranteed until he meets her boyfriend - played by Brandon. The film excels in Riddlehoover's delivery as the self-absorbed, flawed hero. His timing is impressive, given that he was also directing himself. Winner of the MySpace Film User's Choice Award.


The film was released on November 06, 2006 (United States). [2]

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  1. "Envy Man Magazine Online - Matt Riddlehoover Wants to be Your Friend (On MySpace)". Archived from the original on 2008-02-17. Retrieved 2007-11-27.
  2. Riddlehoover, Matt (2006-11-06), To a Tee (Comedy, Drama, Romance), Matt Riddlehoover, Lindsey Hancock Williamson, Brandon Eaves, Made It Myself Pictures, retrieved 2023-09-26