Genre: Drama
Written by Gerard Garilli & directed by Jason King

This heartfelt, raw & intense drama follows two brothers who were raised as foster children in New Jersey. One of the brothers gets involved in a life changing hit & run accident. The story follows the two brothers looking to escape town with no money & no vehicle. Desperate times call for desperate measures. 

Open:   05/29/13
Close:   05/29/13

Fratello is being screened at 8:00pm Wednesday May 29th.
Theater:   The Crown Theater at The Producers Club
Address:   358 W. 44th St.
New York, NY 10036
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Gerard Garilli has been acting for 4 years. With a few independent films to his credit including "Hunt Place" & "August 18th" in which he wrote & starred in has been screened at the Hoboken Film Festival. With a passion in movies since he was a kid Gerard knew after Hign School that he wanted to pursue acting. Gerard is now taking on a new venture which is writing & filmmaking. He promises to bring more films in the future. Fratello is his first feature film in which he wrote & stars in. His goal is to continue to be in movies & also make movies that will move audiences in either a dramatic or comedic way. 

Justine has been acting since she was 5 years old appearing in Regional & National Commercials. She is now a student in her junior year at William Paterson University. After graduating she looks to be working in Film & Theatre as an actress or dancer. 

Born & raised in Brooklyn. Gannascoli has been acting for a number of years appearing in movies such as Ed Wood, Men in Black 3 & Beer League. You may recognize him from his most known & critically acclaimed performance as Vito in the hit HBO TV show "The Sopranos" which earned him a ton of praise. Besides acting Gannascoli is also an acclaimed chef cooking at various restaurants in Long Island, New York. 

Steve Mason was born on the East end of the beautiful Long Island, NY. The son of a child actor. Steve wouldn't find his passion in the arts until his fathers death. Before Steve was acting he studied bel canto for many years. It wasn't until a life altering, freak accident that left him in a coma that he would consider acting. He shortly after decided to enroll in Acting school in Manhattan. At the encouragement of trainers & teachers, he would continue honoring his craft while at the same time trying to rehabilitate his voice. Through 2 vocal surgeries, countless hours of therapy and what Steve refers to as a Divine intervention from God, he not only learned to speak again with volume, but regained his vocal chops as well. When asked about all the things he endured to get to this point, he humbly states "I am truly blessed. I take no responsibility for my existence, never mind success. "