Jonathan Judge-Russo as Justin
Credits include: La Fanciulla del West (Metropolitan Opera, Lincoln Center); Echoes of Ireland (World Premiere National Tour) New York: The Seagull (Gene Frankel), The Irish Play (Irish Arts Center), The Christmas Revels (Symphony Space), Ardnaglass on the Air (MTS), Nesting (SoHo Rep), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Dog Run Rep), Open House, The Hook (Richmond Sheperd Theatre), Boys Life, The Seagull, Measure for Measure; London: The Philanderer, Twelfth Night; Regional: Troilus and Cressida (GBTA Award – Best Play, 2004), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Chesapeake Shakespeare Company), The Comedy of Errors (CSC), Othello (Baltimore Shakespeare Festival), The Marriage of Bette and Boo (McManus Theatre), Man of La Mancha; Film: A Slice and a Sandwich; Fate, or Something Like it; Training: Circle in the Square; BADA; The Stella Adler Studio; The Actors Center; Artistic Director, Animus Theatre Company. Semper Veritas.
Special thank you to Rocco for bringing me in to be part of this project. It is rare to find a film that exists strongly within the science fiction genre while also standing on the kind of story that investigates basic human relationships, and the conflicts and prejudices that arise (all the while doing so truthfully). I think “Eat Me” will help establish Nisivoccia Films as a company with the tools and vision to cross over different landscapes, and do so with a deftness that allows the audience to recognize some of themselves within the story, rather than simply as detached viewers. Congratulations to all involved.
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