INTERVIEW, NON-FICTION | PODCAST
Speaking with leaders across industries, CREATIVITY UNLEASHED is a podcast hosted by filmmaker Sergio Navarretta that provides listeners with an opportunity to be “coached” in the business of creativity, and to learn how to effectively hone and utilize creativity in their own lives and careers from leaders across industries.
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1H 49 MIN | DRAMA
When a naïve pre-med student gets her first job in a nursing home, an unexpected friendship with Luis, an elderly Cuban musician, reignites her love of music and changes her life forever.
Winning Best Narrative Feature and Audience Awards at the L.A. Pan African Film Festival and the Montreal Black Film Festival and the Borsos Award for Cinematography at the Whistler Film Festival, THE CUBAN, stars Oscar winner Louis Gossett Jr. and Oscar nominee Shohreh Aghdashloo. The film was nominated for three Canadian Screen Awards, ran the Oscar nomination race, and won accolades at film festivals worldwide, resonating with audiences everywhere.
Starring: Louis Gossett Jr., Shohreh Aghdashloo, Ana Golja, Giacomo Gianniotti, and Lauren Holly
1H 42MIN | COMEDY-DRAMA
The Colossal Failure of the Modern Relationship
Cat is feeling guilty about her affair with Richard, her boyfriend’s boss. When she breaks it off and decides to join Freddy on a romantic trip through wine country, she is shocked to find out Richard, and his perky young girlfriend, will be joining them.
A comedy-drama shot entirely in Niagara's wine country, THE COLOSSAL FAILURE OF THE MODERN RELATIONSHIP had its world premiere at the Niagara Integrated Film Festival, its western Canada premiere at the Whistler Film Festival, and its U.S. premiere at the Sonoma International Film Festival in 2016. The film also won the Castlepoint Numa Award at the Italian Contemporary Film Festival in Toronto.
Starring: Enrico Colantoni, Krista Bridges, and David Cubitt
1H 25MIN | DRAMA
Looking for Angelina
The tragic true story of Angelina Napolitano, an Italian Immigrant who murdered her abusive husband with an axe on Easter Sunday, 1911, in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. It is the most sensational, and previously unknown, murder case in Canadian history.
LOOKING FOR ANGELINA was a featured film at the 2005 Montreal World Festival, 2005 International Film Festival of India, 2005 Shadows of the Mind Film Festival, 2005 Cimameriche Film Festival in Genova, Italy, and 2014 Bay Street Film Festival (now the Vox Popular Media Arts Festival) Retrospective, among others.
The film won the Best Feature Drama and Award of Distinction at the Quintus Film Festival in Montreal, and the Audience Award at the Bay Street Film Festival, among other accolades. The film was theatrically released in 2006, and was in the top five at the Canadian box office, according to Playback.