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FULVIO CECERE BIO & STATEMENT

THE REGULAR GUY
 
10:00 TRT
Narrative Comedy
Slice-of-life
OK Premiere
 
FULVIO A. CECERE
Writer, Producer, Director, Actor
Frank Ferevcci-Co-Producer
John Banwich/Pieter Stathis-Co-Cinematographers
Jason Irvine-Editor
Sheila Gonzalez-Original Music
HAPPY FISH PRODUCTIONS
Vancouver, BC Canada
 
KEY ACTOR: FULVIO A. CECERE
 
A comedy about letting go!  One man's adventure when he has too much bran one morning an then gets lost on his way to work.

FILMMAKER BIO
 
FULVIO CECERE is an actor with over 100 film and TV credits.  He is currently working on the new WB series TARZAN in the recurring role of Det. Gene Taylor.  Some of his other credits include NYPD BLUE, VALENTINE, DARK ANGEL (Agent Sandoval), NERO WOLFE (Fred Durkin) and Best in Show.  THE REGULAR GUY is his directorial debut...Fulvio was born in Montreal, Canada but now divides his time between Los Angeles, Vancouver, Toronto and New Jersey.  Fulvio also wrote, produced and starred as both brothers in THE REGULAR GUY.  He is also author of NOT IN THE CARDS, a screenplay he hopes to direct one day and the co-author (along with Dave Buzan) of RECKONING FORCE, a big budget action adventure script, PSYCH OPS (also with Dave Buzan), an idea for a TV series and REDEMPTION, a short script (written with Frank Ferrucci)
 

FILMMAKER STATEMENT
 
THE REGULAR GUY is a ten minute comedy that was both an exercise and a labor of love.  It was shot on 35 mm (but transferred to tape) in Vancouver, B.C. over the course of 4 days.  I had a crew of 25-40 people who donated their time and skill for no pay!  It was an incredible experience that I long to continue.  I have managed, through the generosity of so many people, to make a short film for a budget of $25,000 Canadian.   It is truly remarkable in light of the fact that I was able to incorporate a piece of animation and visual effects for that price.  It is a true testament to the Independent Film Spirit that I was able to get so much for so little.  I wish to express my gratitude to all those that made it happen.