The Association of Competitive Questioning is growing slowly, but to an odd group of devoted fans, the world is focused on little else. The Twenty Questions Association of America is growing slowly, but to an odd group of devoted fans, the world is focused on little else. Set in the hills of Tennessee this new mocumentry Directed by Benjamin Keith follows Lolita Dorchuck (Saturday Night Live alum Victoria Jackson), a stressed out mother of three and aspiring Twenty Questioner, Fritzgerald McDermott Doubet (Ron Chastain), the leader of the local Twenty Questions chapter, Martin Miller (Jerry Bowman) the 2002 National Twenty Questions Champion, and the other members as they strive to win and advance onto the national Twenty Questions competition. 20Q is a film about the frivolousness of most of our lives. We as humans spend the majority of our time concentrating our energies on things that in the end don’t really mean much. In our film, twenty questions is not just a kid’s game. It is a serious sport that is sweeping the nation. Lolita Dorchuck (SNL vet Victoria Jackson) is a frustrated mother of three. Frizgerald McDermott Doubet (Ron Chastain) is a friendly Antique store manager, and Martin Miller (Jerry Bowman) is the 2002 national Twenty Questions Champion. This film is a small break from our busy lives to examine why our lives are so busy. Benjamin Keith is a recent graduate of a small but up and coming film program in Tennessee. He has worked on many films most notably producing "COG" and co-producing "Secret of the Cave"; "20Q" however is his directing debut. Benjamin now lives and works in Illinois while his wife Sarah J. J. Mitzelfelt who produced “20Q” pursues her education in the medical field.Victoria Jackson: Lolita Dorchuck – Born Aug. 2,1959 in Miami, Florida, Victoria was raised in a Bible-believing, piano-playing, gymnastic home with no TV. Her dad was a gym coach, so she competed in gymnastics from ages 5-18. Cheerleader..homecoming queen.. attended Florida Bible College; received a gymnastic scholarship to Furman University, attended Auburn University one year, and ended up in Hollywood, CA via summer stock in Alabama, where she met Johnny Crawford (The Rifleman) who promptly put her in his night club act and sent her a one-way ticket to the show-biz capital. Supporting herself as a cigarette girl, a typist at the American Cancer Society, and a waitress at a retirement hotel, she performed stand up comedy for 2 years until "The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson" put her act (which consisted of her doing a handstand while reciting poetry) on national TV. Following her 20 appearances with Johnny, she starred in many movies and TV shows, most notably six seasons on "Saturday Night Live” In 1991 she re-united with her high school sweetheart, married him and moved to Florida, where he's a police helicopter pilot. Being a busy mother of two daughters, Scarlet and Aubrey, Victoria still finds time to appear onstage and on camera and is currently finishing up her first literary endeavor.