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Boccamazzo Construction - We Build Walls!
Directed by
Paul Riccio

USA / 2018 / 10

New York Premiere

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SHORTS: Comedy.

Boccamazzo Construction–We Build Walls! introduces us to Bobby and Todd Boccamazzo, owners of a Brooklyn-based construction company that builds walls. Just walls. While flattered that Homeland Security has asked them to help build the U.S./Mexico border wall, the Boccamazzos are pretty sure building a 2000-mile, 30-foot high wall is not only impractical, but pretty friggin' stupid.
Paul Ricio’s short film Space Cadet, with Richard Edson and Jessica Hecht, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. His mockumentary The Timmy Brothers—Water Makers, about Brooklyn-based makers of bespoke water, screened at numerous festivals, including Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, and was featured in the New York Times.

Rico has created work for brands such as PBS, Funny or Die, Verizon, JetBlue, NASDAQ, and the NBA and has received accolades, including Cannes Lions and the Emmy’s. He is currently in post-production on the feature film Give Or Take, which he also co-wrote. It stars Norbert Leo Butz and Cheri Oteri.

A graduate of Boston University and a Frank Halpingham Award Scholar, he was considered husky as a child and currently wears size 32 pants.

Cast/Featuring: Kevin Interdonato, Gavin Price
Executive Producer(s): Paul Riccio
Producer(s): Paul Riccio, Matt O'Shea, Lisa Rubenstein
Director(s): Paul Riccio
Screenwriter(s): Paul Riccio
Cinematographer(s): Derek McKane
Editor(s): Jason Kileen
Composer(s)/Music: Jamie Ross
Sound Designer(s): Steve Rosen
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