Victor Fanucchi's latest feature, Art House, a comedy about a household of art students fighting eviction, was shot during the summer of 2008 and is currently in post-production. More information about Art House can be found at www.savearthouse.com. His first feature, Beyond the Pale, a mockumentary about a 13th year graduate student seeking redemption in the world of literary academia, premiered its festval run at the 2007 Austin Film Festival. See www.gobeyondthepale.com for more information.
Victor Fanucchi's short films have played on PBS and FxM (Fox movie channel), and have screened at the American Cinematheque (Los Angeles), Film Arts Festival, SXSW, Mill Valley Film Festival, Raindance Film Festival (UK), Dublin International Film Festival, Los Angeles Film Festival, Palm Springs International Short Film Festival and 20 other festivals, winning 12 festival awards. Fanucchi also edited theatrical trailers for such films as Lars Von Trier's The Idiots, Eric Rohmer's Autumn Tale, Emir Kusturica's Black Cat White Cat, the documentary American Movie, and the Sundance winner Three Seasons, for which he won the industry's Golden Trailer Award. He has written for Filmmaker Magazine and programmed for the LA County Museum of Art Film Department. He currently teaches in the Department of Screen Arts and Cultures at the University of Michigan.
Art House trailer: http://vimeo.com/4866382
Beyond the Pale trailer: http://www.gobeyondthepale.com/btp_trailer.mov
Chekhov’s Gun: http://www.spike.com/video/chekhovs-gun/2723195
Dream House: http://www.spike.com/video/dream-house/2720497