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the script, which she penned, won Best Short Screenplay at the 2021 BlueCat Screenplay Competition. Julianna has produced feature films, short films, music videos, and branded content. Feature films include The Quitter, which Julianna produced and acted in the leading role. The film was critically acclaimed by The New York Times and her performance was heralded by The Hollywood Reporter. The Quitter was theatrically released, aired on PBS, and streamed on Hulu. Her short film, Master                  Maggie (starring Lorraine Bracco,        Neil Jain, Kenan Thompson,                   Chris Henry Coffey, and  Brian           Dennehy), marked her                    4th film world premiering at         the Tribeca Film Festival. It won Best Short Film at the American Pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival, and qualified for the Academy Awards. Julianna lives in Brooklyn with her husband, director/writer/producer Matthew Bonifacio.

Julianna Gelinas Bonifacio

Julianna Gelinas Bonifacio is an award-winning producer, screenwriter, director, and actress. She marked her directorial debut with Little Orange Flags (starring Ozark’s Lisa Emery) after

Matthew Bonifacio is an award-winning director/writer/producer and a Film Independent Spirit Award Nominee (John Cassavetes Award) from Brooklyn, New York. His work includes numerous short

films, commercials, music videos, and the feature films Lbs. (Sundance Film Festival), Amexicano (Tribeca Film Festival), and The Quitter (PBS, Hulu). All three feature films were theatrically released and critically acclaimed by The New York Times and others. His short film Master Maggie (Apple TV), starring Lorraine Bracco, Neil Jain, Kenan Thompson, Chris Henry Coffey, and Brian Dennehy, qualified for the 92nd Academy Awards. Most recently, Matthew produced Julianna Gelinas Bonifacio’s directorial short film debut, Little Orange Flags (starring Ozark’s Lisa Emery). Matthew was the lead writer of the MyCareer story mode for the NBA 2K21 video game, which starred Djimon Hounsou, Michael Kenneth Williams, Mireille Enos, Jesse Williams, and Britt Lower. Matthew lives in Brooklyn with his wife, director/writer/producer Julianna Gelinas Bonifacio.

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