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Team Marco Wraps Production at South Beach
Spectrum NY1 News reports from “Around the Boroughs” as the feature film, “Team Marco,” wraps production at South Beach on Staten Island.
Julio Vincent Gambuto and B.R. Uzun Talk Team Marco
Filmmakers Julio Vincent Gambuto and B.R. Uzun got tired of trying to set up their film and TV projects so decided to set up their own company Borough Five Pictures.
A New Love Letter to Staten Island in “Team Marco”
Julio Vincent Gambuto is so glad to be home. Even more precisely, the film writer and director is not only happy to be back in New York, but back making films – or ‘Valentines’ as he delightfully refers to them – that are centered around his home borough.
Theatre Announces Movie Series, Presented by Borough Five
The St. George Theatre announces its first-ever classic movie series for 2019 entitled "Better on the Big Screen."
THE JOE PISCOPO SHOW, AM970
Julio Vincent Gambuto making films on Staten Island
Joe Piscopo interviews filmmaker Julio Vincent Gambuto
‘House With Clock’ Star Owen Vaccaro Set As Lead In ‘Team Marco’
Young actor Owen Vaccaro, who is poised to breakout starring opposite Jack Black and Cate Blanchett in Universal’s upcoming The House With The Clock In Its Walls, has been tapped to star in Team Marco, an indie film that is currently filming in New York.
Celebrity Spotlight: Julio Vincent Gambuto – Writer/Director
Julio Vincent Gambuto grew up in Rossville and is a graduate of Staten Island Academy and Harvard University. After getting is B.A. in English, he moved on to get his M.F.A in Film and TV at University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.
THE WASHINGTON POST
Sports didn’t interest Owen Vaccaro…
Upcoming projects: The lead role in a movie called “Team Marco,” about a boy who bonds with his grandfather while learning a new sport. “It’s all about bocce, and it’s such a cute story.”
Borough Five Pictures Announces Reading for 1st Feature Film
The first feature film is part of a five-year commitment to produce and direct in Gambuto's hometown, Staten Island.
Rossville Native Opens New Production Company
After spending nearly a decade in Los Angeles, a Rossville-native wants to bring Hollywood to Staten Island. NY1's Lisa Voyticki filed the following report. Julio Vincent Gambuto and Burak Uzun went to Staten Island Academy together back in the 90’s.
STATEN ISLAND ADVANCE
How 'Julie' went from SI Academy to Harvard to Hollywood
Julio Vincent Gambuto only has a couple of rules: 1. No mafia. 2. No guns. See, the filmmaker would rather deal in genuine emotion than dwell on what Hollywood wants Staten Island to be, stereotypically.
‘Grace and Frankie,’ Amazon’s Roy Price Win at Caucus Awards
A collection of industry executives, producers, and directors were honored by the Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors at its 34th annual awards dinner on Thursday night at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
Diversity Touted At 34th Annual Caucus Awards Dinner
The Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors held its 34th annual Caucus Awards dinner tonight at the Skirball Cultural Center, celebrating outstanding achievement in television and new media.
10 Best Things to Do
Award winning Julio Vincent Gambuto makes a return to his alma mater, Staten Island Academy, on Saturday, April 8, for a free screening of "The Julie Stories." He credits the Academy with helping him break out of his shell and giving him creative space. He says there was no where else he'd rather debut his film on the Island.
'Paradise Run' Renewed for Season 3 by Nickelodeon
Run, with Daniella Monet (Victorious) returning as host. Paradise Run follows three teams of kids racing across a luxurious resort in Hawaii, competing in a sequence of funny and adrenaline-pumping challenges, with each team vying for the ultimate prize – a paradise vacation. Production will begin in Hawaii this spring.
Vail Film Festival Announces Line-Up
On Tuesday, the Vail Film Festival announced the official selections for 2017. The 14th annual festival will celebrate women filmmakers and will screen a diverse slate of 51 films, including narrative and documentary feature films as well as short and student films.
OMGHI Creators Will Miss Instant Gratification
“OMGHI” is a digital series that originally premiered at last fall’s Downtown Los Angeles Film Festival and is now racking up 500,000 views per episode, but the instant gratification of digital success will make it harder for creators to enjoy projects on other mediums.
James Franco's USC Filmmaking Class Breaks Ground
Actor and filmmaker James Franco is noted, and at times mocked, for treating his life and career as a kind of ongoing art project, but one of his projects might change the way you think of him, and the future of filmmaking.
Amanda Milius Honors Her Father John’s Legacy
Amanda Milius says the sweeping wide-angle shot of the blazing sun in “The Lotus Gun,” her thesis film from USC, is not an homage to “Apocalypse Now,” for which her father, John Milius, penned the script. “The director of photography came up with that shot, it’s his signature,” the filmmaker recently told IndieWire.
NEW YORK TIMES
Near the Old Pizza Over, Monday Night Fever
As recently as a decade ago, Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, teemed with macho Italian-American teenagers who could turn a warm night into something that resembled the set of “Saturday Night Fever.” They cruised the streets in souped-up cars, hung out noisily on street corners and occasionally hurled homophobic remarks at passers-by whom they deemed not quite tough enough.
Julio Vincent Gambuto's New York
Gay Cities New York editor, JJ Keyes, caught up with Julio Vincent Gambuto, the comedian and writer/performer of the Times Square hit show, Julie from Staten Island, playing Theatre Row to raves on the 25th of the month for the past year.
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