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Raymond De Felitta

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    Review: Caper Flick 'Rob the Mob' Is the Best Time You'll Have at the Movies So Far This Year

    The New York-based, New York-centric Raymond De Felitta has been the Jean Renoir of the outer-boroughs since the tender “Two-Family House” (2000) made a star-crossed Shangri-La out of Staten Island. (His debut short, “Bronx Cheers” and the popular family drama/comedy “City Island” 2009 were set in t...

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    Exclusive: Michael Pitt in Poster for March Release Drama 'Rob the Mob'

    Director Raymond De Felitta, whose 2006 drama "Two Family House" won the Sundance Audience Award, returns with another crime film, "Rob the Mob," which stars Michael Pitt (who recently appeared in the Sundance hit "I Origins") and up-and-comer Nina Ariande ("Tower Heist" and "Midnight in Paris").

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    Bravo Orders a Drama Series Script from 'City Island' Director Raymond De Felitta

    After years of "Real Housewives" and "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy," Bravo seems to be making a few small steps back towards its roots as a network known for dramas and an indie sensibility. The network's been bulking up the scripted series it has in development.

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    Revisiting History: Booker’s Place

    So many documentaries come out every year that it isn’t possible to keep up with them all. I watched 'Booker’s Place' (now open theatrically in New York and Los Angeles, and available nationwide On Demand) because I admire its director, Raymond De Felitta, who most recently gave us the piquantly ori...

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