About Raymond De Felitta
Raymond De Felitta’s films have been honored at international film festivals and hailed by critics. His short film “Bronx Cheers” was nominated for an Academy Award in 1991. “City Island” and “Two Family House” both won Audience Awards, at the Tribeca Film Festival (2009) and Sundance Film Festival (2000) respectively. His debut feature, “Café Society” premiered in Directors Fortnight at Cannes (1996). His first documentary, “Tis Autumn: The Search For Jackie Paris” premiered to wide acclaim at Sundance, 2007 and his second documentary, “Booker’s Place: A Mississippi Story” (which premiered at Tribeca in 2012) was the subject of a full one-hour episode of Dateline NBC. In 2014 he directed ‘Rob The Mob’. In 2016 he directed “Madoff”, the four-hour ABC miniseries about financier Bernard Madoff starring Richard Dreyfuss, for which he was nominated for a Directors Guild Of America award for Best Director of a Mini-Series. In 2018 he directed the baseball-themed drama “Bottom Of The Ninth”, starring Sofia Vergara and Joe Mangienello. He is currently preparing to direct his own screenplay ‘The Artist In Residence’.