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Raymond De Felitta
RAYMOND DE FELITTA grew up between New York and Los Angeles. He received an Oscar-nomination for his AFI thesis short Bronx Cheers. His first feature, Cafe Society, premiered at Directors’ Fortnight in Cannes in 1995, while his second feature, Two Family House, won the ‘Audience Award” at Sundance 2000 and also received an Independent Spirit Award nomination for ‘Best Screenplay’. He recently directed Paul Reiser's The Thing About My Folks, which received the ‘Audience Award’ at last year’s Santa Barbara Film Festival.

Raymond is a Nicholl Fellow (for his screenplay, Begin The Beguine), a National Board of Review ‘Award of Merit’ recipient (Two Family House), a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the WGA and co-chair of the DGA East. He’s also a talented jazz pianist.

‘Tis Autumn – The Search for Jackie Paris is his first documentary film.



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'Tis Autumn: The Search for Jackie Paris

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