Screening | The Premiere Showing of Unrepentant, a film by A.P. Ferullo
Thursday, January 10, 2013, 8–10 pm
The story is true: a divorced woman took her five-year-old son to a destination theme park for a long overdue vacation. On the second day she became separated from her son. Within fifteen minutes park security had located the boy and reunited mother and son. The boy's clothes had been changed and his hair had been cut and dyed. The park graciously upgraded their accommodations and comp’ed the entire trip. After returning home, the mother realized that there was no official record or formal account of what had actually transpired. All her subsequent inquiries were unsuccessful. Unrepentant is a fictional narrative feature film starring Yuri Lowenthal & Arianne Recto, about what likely happened after the boy was rescued.
A.P. Ferullo graduated from Williamsville High School and received a BA and an MFA from SUNY at Buffalo. While living in Buffalo he co-conceived and co-designed, with an internationally renowned anonymous critic and artist, the Elmwood Avenue Neon Project including Tango Dancers and Buffalo Cityscape (destroyed by Artvoice), both non-commercial and artistically influential neon signs. Now residing in New York City, Ferullo has conceived, written, produced, or directed film and media projects including Caught on Camera, Poison Kiss and Peepers. His work has been shown in festivals ranging from the New York to Krakow Festivals. He oversaw special projects for Getty Images and is now leading Clipbin Images, a stock footage provider.