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The Hitman and His Mother Comedy
The Art Exploiters Contact: Emanuel Ruggeri
Phone: +61- 2-9872- 5074
31 Benghazi Road
Carlingford, NSW  2118  Australia
Phone: +61-2 9872- 5074
Cast
Pietro Antonio
Steve Grandulovic
Claudio Liucci
Josephine Giacchi
Producer Director Screenwriter
Emanuel Ruggeri Emanuel Ruggeri  Emanuel Ruggeri
Cinematography Music Editor
Emanuel Ruggeri Dom Liucci Claude Liucci
Production year: 1997
Production designer
Distribution
All film rights are available
Film format: Betacam SP - Video Film Sound: Mono Film video type: Betacam SP - Video
Film Ratio:

Director Film School:
Synopsis: A young Italian/Australian man explains how he came to be in the family "HIT" business.

Director Bio: Three of Emanuel's short films, My Brother the Queer, Mother's Bosom and The Hitman & His Mother have screened on SBS - TV.

He received script development funding from the Australian Film Commission in 1996 for a feature script, JIMíS PLACE, for which Geoffrey Atherden was script editor, (writer of GRASS ROOTS and MOTHER & SON).

Emanuelís last project, MY SISTER THE TREE, was financed by the New South Wales Film and Television office, Young Filmmakers Fund. A fifteen minute short made in 1998 and screened in various European film festivals.

Two of his unproduced feature scripts, JEAN GENIE, (original title: Jimís Place), and JOSH & LOU, have been awarded at the TELLURIDE INDIEFEST í99 as * Screenplay Winners *.

At present, Emanuel has received "Strand A" script developing grant from the Australian Film Commission for the short feature; ANGELS OF DARLINGHURST, working with script editor, David Hely.

Screenwriter Bio: Same (director)

Film awards
Screenings:- New York International Independent Film & Video Fest, 1998.
5th Bathurst Film & Video Fest, 1997.
Broadcast:- SBS / TV, Australia, 1997/98.
Web address
The Mosquito Comedy
The Art Exploiters Contact: Emanuel Ruggeri
Phone: +61- 2- 9872- 5074
31 Benghazi Road
Carlingford, NSW  2118  Australia
Phone: +61- 2 9872- 5074
Cast
 
Producer Director Screenwriter
Emanuel Ruggeri Emanuel Ruggeri  Emanuel Ruggeri
Cinematography Music Editor
Frank Harold Dom Liucci Claude Liucci
Production year: 1996
Production designer
Distribution
All film rights are available
Film format: Betacam SP - Video Film Sound: Mono Film video type: Betacam SP - Video
Film Ratio:

Director Film School:
Synopsis: A young man eager to make love to his girlfriend has to battle with a mosquito before she will consent to his advances.

Director Bio: Three of Emanuel's short films, My Brother the Queer, Mother's Bosom and The Hitman & His Mother have screened on SBS - TV.

He received script development funding from the Australian Film Commission in 1996 for a feature script, JIMíS PLACE, for which Geoffrey Atherden was script editor, (writer of GRASS ROOTS and MOTHER & SON).

Emanuelís last project, MY SISTER THE TREE, was financed by the New South Wales Film and Television office, Young Filmmakers Fund. A fifteen minute short made in 1998 and screened in various European film festivals.

Two of his unproduced feature scripts, JEAN GENIE, (original title: Jimís Place), and JOSH & LOU, have been awarded at the TELLURIDE INDIEFEST í99 as * Screenplay Winners *.

At present, Emanuel has received "Strand A" script developing grant from the Australian Film Commission for the short feature; ANGELS OF DARLINGHURST, working with script editor, David Hely.

Screenwriter Bio: Same (director)

Film awards
Screenings:- 1996 Melbourne Fringe Festival, Australia.
4th Bathurst Film & Video Fest, 1996.
"side on" Screenings, Sydney 1997. 
Web address
Mother's Bosom Comedy
The Art Exploiters Contact: Emanuel Ruggeri
Phone: +61- 2-9872- 5074
31 Benghazi Road
Carlingford, NSW  2118  Australia
Phone: +61-2 9872- 5074
Cast
Pietro Antonio
Steve Grandulovic
Producer Director Screenwriter
Emanuel Ruggeri Emanuel Ruggeri  Emanuel Ruggeri
Cinematography Music Editor
Emanuel Ruggeri Dom Liucci Claude Liucci
Production year: 1996
Production designer
Distribution
All film rights are available
Film format: Betacam SP - Video Film Sound: Mono Film video type: Betacam SP - Video
Film Ratio:

Director Film School:
Synopsis: A young man remembers the warmth, comfort and security of his mother's bosom as a child. But that just seems to get him into trouble now that he's grown up.

Director Bio: Three of Emanuel's short films, My Brother the Queer, Mother's Bosom and The Hitman & His Mother have screened on SBS - TV.

He received script development funding from the Australian Film Commission in 1996 for a feature script, JIMíS PLACE, for which Geoffrey Atherden was script editor, (writer of GRASS ROOTS and MOTHER & SON).

Emanuelís last project, MY SISTER THE TREE, was financed by the New South Wales Film and Television office, Young Filmmakers Fund. A fifteen minute short made in 1998 and screened in various European film festivals.

Two of his unproduced feature scripts, JEAN GENIE, (original title: Jimís Place), and JOSH & LOU, have been awarded at the TELLURIDE INDIEFEST í99 as * Screenplay Winners *.

At present, Emanuel has received "Strand A" script developing grant from the Australian Film Commission for the short feature; ANGELS OF DARLINGHURST, working with script editor, David Hely.

Screenwriter Bio: Same (director)

Film awards
Screenings:- Open City Film Festival, Newcastle, 1996.
4th Bathurst Film & Video Fest, 1996.
Broadcast:- SBS / TV, Australia, 1997. 
Web address
My Brother the Queer Comedy
The Art Exploiters Contact: Emanuel Ruggeri
Phone: +61-2-9872- 5074
31 Benghazi Road
Carlingford, NSW  2118  Australia
Phone: +61-2 9872-5074
Cast
Pietro Antonio
Olivia Frances
Jo Ruggeri
Emanuel Ruggeri
Producer Director Screenwriter
Emanuel Ruggeri Emanuel Ruggeri  Emanuel Ruggeri
Cinematography Music Editor
Emanuel Ruggeri Dom Liucci Claude Liucci
Production year: 1994
Production designer
Distribution
All film rights are available
Film format: Betacam SP - Video Film Sound: Mono Film video type: Betacam SP - Video
Film Ratio:

Director Film School:
Synopsis: What would happen if you kept dressing your little brother in dresses; popping him in the oven, the recycle bin, anything to turn him into a girl? Find out in this wacky little suburban tale.

Director Bio: Three of Emanuel's short films, My Brother the Queer, Mother's Bosom and The Hitman & His Mother have screened on SBS - TV.

He received script development funding from the Australian Film Commission in 1996 for a feature script, JIMíS PLACE, for which Geoffrey Atherden was script editor, (writer of GRASS ROOTS and MOTHER & SON).

Emanuelís last project, MY SISTER THE TREE, was financed by the New South Wales Film and Television office, Young Filmmakers Fund. A fifteen minute short made in 1998 and screened in various European film festivals.

Two of his unproduced feature scripts, JEAN GENIE, (original title: Jimís Place), and JOSH & LOU, have been awarded at the TELLURIDE INDIEFEST í99 as * Screenplay Winners *.

At present, Emanuel has received "Strand A" script developing grant from the Australian Film Commission for the short feature; ANGELS OF DARLINGHURST, working with script editor, David Hely.

Screenwriter Bio: Same (director)

Film awards
1994: My Brother The Queer 
Screenings:- Open City Film Festival, Newcastle, 1996.
Queer Up North, Manchester, England, 1996. 1996 Melbourne Queer Film & Video Fest. 
1996 Canberra Queer Film & Video Fest.
1996 Hobart Queer Film & Video Fest.
1996 "COMING OUT" Film & Video Fest, Sturt University, NSW.
Queer Screen; Finalist in the 1995 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Film Fest. 
1995 St. Kilda Short Film Fest. 
"TOAST GALLERY" Sydney, 1995. 
Ď95 Gay & Lesbian Liberation Party, Perth.
The 1994 Bathurst Film & Video Fest. 
Broadcast:- Nationally on SBS, Australia, 1995 & 1996. 
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