DelanoCelli Productions

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DELANOCELLI PRODUCTIONS was formed by Bob Celli & Laura Delano and they are award winning team.

Bob Celli is an award winning Producer/Director and actor.

Most recently Bob wrote and directed Figs For Italo, a short film based on a true story and inspired by actual events. The film was an official selection at 32 festivals in the US and abroad, and garnered 12 awards including and 13 nominations, including Best National Short, Best Dramatic Short, Special Jury Award - Short film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Cinematography.

Bob also wrote and directed the short film Going Home. It was an official selection at the Moab Independent Film Festival, the Gold Award Winner for Best Dramatic Original Short at the Houston International Film Festival, Winner of the Best Short Award at The Northampton Independent Film Festival, and Winner of Best Original Short at the 2003 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival.

He and Laura Delano created DelanoCelli Productions.
DelanoCelli Productions workshopped and produced the world premiere of Down Range, a play by Jeffery Skinner. The production was sponsored by Beth Davis In Good Company and all profits form the production were donated to Soldiers Heart, a veterans' return and healing project addressing the emotional and spiritual needs of veterans, their families and communities.
They were associate producers of the Off-Broadway show Circle by Suzanne Bachner. Circle was the winner of the OOBR for best ensemble cast and SPOTLIGHT AWARDS.
Together they have worked extensively in New York City as producers and also as actors. Laura has appeared in Fame, Slow Dancing in the Big City, The Warriors, The Chosen, and Stardust Memories.
Bob has appeared in As The World Turns, The Onion News Network, Going Home, Down Range and Circle.

Brooklyn In July
Added on 5/29/2017
BROOKLYN IN JULY is the story of Frank Walker, an African-American WWII veteran working as a chauffeur. He struggles to keep his emotions in check as he strives for freedom and equality in a slowly evolving world. He is a man scarred by a past that is lurking skin deep. It is the summer of 1945. The War is all but won. The U.S. is riding a wave of triumph even as the undertow of unresolved issues roils beneath. Frank, like so many other African-Americans of the time, is drawn to New York by the promise of better life only to be confronted by the same realities, fear, and hatred he hoped he had left behind. ?

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