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Independent Film Showing - "Amexicano"


Jan 11, 2014
07:00 PM


A film
Directed By: Matthew Bonifacio
Written By: Carmine Famiglietti

Carmine Famiglietti
Hugo Aleman
Sophia Antonini
Michael Aronov

84 min.

Premiered at
2007 Tribeca Film Festival

Winner of the
2007 Jury Award for Narrative Film
at the Sonoma Valley Film Festival

Rated: PG
For Languate and Some Violence

A man with little positive to say about illegal immigrants finds himself working with one in this comedy drama from director Matthew Bonifacio. Bruno (Carmine Famiglietti) is an Italian-American guy who lives in Queens, NY, and has lost his job. While Bruno has been looking for work, a steady job has been hard to find, and with his unemployment running out, he needs to start making some money. Someone arranges for Bruno to do some temporary work in landscaping and household construction, and he finds himself working alongside some of the Hispanic day laborers who wait every morning on Northern Boulevard looking for work.

The film explores the relationship between a blue-collar Italian-American man and an illegal Mexican immigrant as they both try to make a living.

Carmine Famiglietti,
writer & actor, will be available (via Skype) for a Q&A Session at the conclusion of this screening.




View map The Old Firehouse in Edom
8241 FM 279
Edom, TX

Additional Information


The Old Firehouse Cinema Independent Film Series



Contact name

Jeff Gottesman

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