Director: Peter Carellini
Bio:Peter is a 27 year old filmmaker, photographer, actor and writer based in NYC. His photography and poems, short stories, and essays have been published in over a half dozen publications – including Rabble Review, Entheoscope, Smithsonian Magazine, Mythos Magazine, and Firefly Review – while his directorial film debut “Hello, World!” had its public premiere at the Greenpoint Gallery in October. He has also won two film festival awards for his film pitch “True Scotsman”. He currently works as a SAG-AFTRA actor in several NYC film and television productions – and will be featured in a non-speaking role on “Feud: Capote’s Women” as Allen Ginsberg – while workshopping upcoming screenplays, conceptual art projects, and a full novel. In his spare time, Peter loves to practice fencing, cook tomato sauce, find new things to do with his prosthetic, and travel the world!
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Cinematic Poetry/Video Art
Credits: Peter Carellini Director
Film: Three different portions of American utilities are spliced together: a NYC bus ride juxtaposed with a bus ride in Cusco, Peru; a hotel stay in Jersey City blurring together with a recent road trip to Delaware, backed by AM radio; and a funereal vision of a gas and power depot in Astoria, New York.