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SEP2014 Tommy DeNucci was born in Cranston, Rhode Island in 1984 and at thirty he is a writer, actor, director and producer. He also has a five picture deal with Universal. He happens to be charismatic and lights up a screen. The camera likes him and so does the boom operator – a voice with resonance. He also expresses himself well. His mentor and creative partner in film production Chad Verdi says of Tommy, “his single most interesting character trait that I genuinely admire about Tommy is his willingness to always test others and make them better.” Before he was thirty he directed three films that received worldwide distribution. At present DeNucci and his team are editing ALMOST MERCY, the film he shot in eighteen days in May at twenty different locations in the Ocean State. According to Tommy the film has a bigger feel than it should have considering its budget as he pushed the look he says as far as humanly possible. Tommy recommends this to fledgling filmmakers, “Show up early and be the last to leave. Do the dirty work in the beginning. Learn the process from the very bottom, try to get in every circle you can and don’t think your ‘less than’ when you work from the bottom up…just go for it.

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That’s what I call a summer. Entertaining activities, more festivals than any one person could possibly attend and more work for our local talent and crews than during any summer I can remember since I began publishing IMAGINE Magazine sixteen years ago. No wonder Chris O’Donnell, I.A.T.S.E. Business Manager and Susan Nelson, SAG – AFTRA Boston Executive Director are always smiling.

I’d like to declare it a trend as all those items I just mentioned are what you are going to see more of well into next year. It’s to be celebrated and the industry just did. As we were readying this edition for press I attended the Mass Production Coalition’s Mass Media EXPO at WGBH on September 6th.  IMAGINE was a media partner for this event and it was highly attended. The industry represented itself incredibly well.


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