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Andy Biscontini

Andy Biscontini has been involved in guerilla filmmaking since the third grade, when he wrangled classmates into super-8 space operas. While in high school he worked on friends' no-budget horror movies and onstage with Philadelphia's Arden Theatre Company. He later got a degree in Film and Video production from Penn State University, where he produced new plays weekly with the Outlaw Playwrights and won several awards for his short fiction. Since moving to New York City in 1996 after working for a concert promoter in Germany, he's worked extensively as an Art Director on indie movies, including Hal Hartley's ground-breaking 1998 mini-DV work "The Book Of Life." He's also written several un-produced screenplays, published a volume of poetry, was a founding guest-member of the legendary Asian American improv comedy troupe Mellow Yellow, developed a new approach to accordion playing as his alter-ego Sergie Kincaid, and has made, shot, or edited a dozen short videos as well as authoring the feature EVERY DOG'S DAY. He is currently making ends meet as a carpenter and set-builder while writing and gearing up to make another movie.

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Every Dog's Day

$19.95 | 70 minutes

(2005) - Director, Writer

It's sorta like IT'S A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD made for peanuts and directed by Jim Jarmusch, with assists from the ghosts of Robert Altman and Frank Tashlin. It's loose and fun, surprisingly sweet and charming and well worth your time. What's&hellip…

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Every Dog's Day - ON DEMAND

$3.99 | 70 minutes

(2005) - Director, Director, Writer, Writer

"It's sorta like IT'S A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD made for peanuts and directed by Jim Jarmusch, with assists from the ghosts of Robert Altman and Frank Tashlin. It's loose and fun, surprisingly sweet and charming and well worth your time&hellip…

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Every Dog's Day - DOWNLOAD

$11.99 | 70 minutes

(2005)

It's sorta like IT'S A MAD MAD MAD MAD WORLD made for peanuts and directed by Jim Jarmusch, with assists from the ghosts of Robert Altman and Frank Tashlin. It's loose and fun, surprisingly sweet and charming and well worth your time. What's&hellip…

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