Robert A. Masciantonio

Robert A. Masciantonio
Born Robert A. Masciantonio
(1974-05-31) May 31, 1974 (age 40)
Philadelphia, PA, Philadelphia, U.S.
Occupation Screenwriter
film director
film producer
actor

Robert Angelo Masciantonio (born May 31, 1974) is an American screenwriter and director, as well as an actor.[1]

Biography

He has also taught screenwriting at Drexel University. Masciantonio is a graduate of the Episcopal Academy and studied film at Temple University, where he won the Silver Reel Award for his short film, Jerks. From there he went on to write, direct, and produce the award-winning cult favorite Cold Hearts.

Robert Angelo Masciantonio's Neighbor

Film career

His newest feature – the horror film Neighbor – is making a very successful tour of the film festival circuit. The sold-out premiere was held at Fantasia in Montreal.[2]

Neighbor later made its way to, among others, Celluloid Screams in the UK, the International Horror and Sci-Fi Film Festival in Arizona where Robert won the award for Best Screenplay and the Sainte Maxime International Horror Film Festival in France where the film won the Prix d’Argent.

His multi-award winning film 'All Along' has finished its run on the festival circuit and will be released theatrically nationwide. Robert has written and directed three shorts for the 48 Hour Film Project with "How 'bout This?" and "When You Sing", winning the audience award.

Personal life

The director and screenwriter is based in the Philadelphia area.

References

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