Randy Argue is a producer/director/writer of film, commercials and music videos.
- 2004 producer/director/writer “Shoot Or Be Shot” starring William Shatner and distributed by Twentieth Century Fox. “Shoot Or Be Shot” won best picture in the Long Beach Film Festival.
- 2009 director/writer of short film “Saving Levi” which garnered “best director” among several awards at the 168 festival in Los Angeles.
- 2013 producer/director/ writer of the documentary “Feeding Obesity”
- 2014-2015 producer/director/writer of the documentary “Out of the Darkness, Congo Unites”
- 2015 producer/director/writer of the documentary “Congo Jo and the Englishwoman” (in production).
- Going way back – In 1988, Argue kicked off his career by winning the Gold Award at the Houston International Film Festival for the sports magazine show, “Ski Scene”. That was followed in 92 with another Festival Silver Award for the commercial,“Winterhawk”. In 93, Argue was a guest on MTV’s special, “Weekend at Michael’s Place,” after directing a critically acclaimed music video for Jackson’s hit song “Who is it!” In 96 and 98 Argue was awarded a Silver Clio and NIMA Award respectively for his commercial work in the golf industry.
- Under the banner of Argue Productions, Argue has produced and directed commercials for companies such as Edison International, Edison Security, Orlimar Golf, Oakley, Mitsubishi U.S., Stouffer Resorts, and the California Highway Patrol.
- Throughout his career, Argue has been on the forefront of breakthrough direct response television marketing. For instance, Argue has written, directed, and produced one of the most successful golf television campaigns of all time for the Orlimar Golf Company. A fusion of direct response with traditional television advertising saw Orlimar’s gross revenues rocket from 1.5 million to over 100 million.
- Argue has also produced and directed successful fundraising videos for non-profit organizations such as the C.S. Lewis Foundation, Vanguard University and Royal Family Kids Inc. Argue is active as a board member for the non-profit organization, Royal Family Kids. Argue is a graduate of Vanguard University of Southern California. He has also studied directing at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. Argue’s family includes his wife, Michele and three children, Lauren, Lindsey, and Colin.