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Monday, February 22, 2010

An Evening with Director Michael Corrente

This comes from Debbie Morais:

Beyond the Creative Splice,
An evening with director Michael Corrente

· March 15th, 5:30 pm at the Gamm Theatre
· Hors D‘Oeuvres and Cash Bar
· $40 general admission and $30 for AMP-RI members
SPACE IS LIMITED so please RSVP by March 9
Carolann 401.732.4041 or ampri.info@gmail.com
Gamm Theatre, 172 Exchange St., Pawtucket RI

Embracing creative genius is not enough. In a world of morphing media, film director Michael Corrente beams a klieg light into the creative world of film production beyond the splice. Knowing the back roads of networking, promotion, and finance are a few but immense segments of bringing scripts to life.

Pawtucket born and raised, Corrente’s films include A Shot At Glory, American Buffalo, Outside Providence, Brooklyn Rules and Federal Hill. Producing more than 25 plays with Studio B he has also written several including a semi-autobiographical one-act “Not For Nothin,” that became the screenplay for his breakout film in 1993, Federal Hill. Often compared to Martin Scorsese’s Mean Streets, Federal Hill won the Audience Award in 1994 at France’s Deauville Film Festival and was eventually distributed by Trimark Pictures. Corrente as an independent film maker has successfully navigated financial channels while proving his merit as both writer and director.
(This is not an RIFC event)

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