Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Laurence Vannicelli
An amorous housefly yearns to be known by the beautiful young woman he loves.
BIO: Laurence Vannicelli was baptized in Rome and raised in Cambridge, MA. A dual citizen of the US and Italy, he spent his winters running from Harvard cops and his summers eating large amounts of fresh pasta. His work depicts rebellious outsiders looking for meaning in strange and complex worlds. While pursuing an MFA in Directing at Columbia University, he was awarded the annual Directing Fellowship, the David Jones Memorial Directing Award, the James Bridges Development Award, and the Sloan Screenwriting Award. Laurence lives in Brooklyn, NY, where he's achieved the perfect balance of police presence and Italian cooking. He is currently in pre-production for his first feature film.
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