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Welcome to catalfo.com, the official site of screenwriter,
producer, director, actor and attorney Alfred Thomas Catalfo.

 
ATC's short films Moonlight Bait and Ammo (written by ATC and co-directed with Marc Dole), Slam Man (written and directed by ATC) and Bighorn (written and directed by ATC) were screened at Boston Comic Con on Saturday, August 9, 2014, at the Seaport World Trade Center, Boston, MA.  More than 40,000 attended the three-day event.  Boston Comic Con announced that it was the first time they have invited a filmmaker to screen three films.

Moonlight Bait and Ammo had a double world premiere that day at both Boston Comic Con and at the 18th Rhode Island International Film Festival, an Academy Award-qualifying festival for Best Short Film.




ATC's feature script Vulture's Row was the Winner in the Thriller category and Runner Up in the Drama category in the Nashville Film Festival Screenwriting Competition, the only script in the competition to be chosen as a finalist in two categories.  There were 1,511 submissions.  ATC was presented with the awards on April 25, 2014, at the 45th Nashville Film Festival presented by Nissan.  The script was the Grand Prize Winner of the Rhode Island International Film Festival Screenplay Competition, and a Top 20 Finalist out of 2,500+ submissions in the Slamdance Screenplay Competition.
 

ATC's short film Rocketship, a family drama in which an unlikely bond is forged between a lonely boy and an elderly man claiming to be a former astronaut, was an Official Selection of the 17th Annual Dances With Films festival in Los Angeles, one of the film industry's premier showcases for emerging talent.  Sponsored by powerhouse agencies CAA and ICM, Dances With Films was held in June, 2014, at the legendary Grauman's Chinese Theatre (a/k/a TCL Chinese Theatres). 

Visit the Rocketship website and view the teaser at www.RocketshipMovie.com

ATC's short film Slam Man is now featured on Will Ferrell's comedy website Funny or Die!
 
Visit the FILMS page to watch ATC's short films and trailers.  The Norman Rockwell Code trailer can be viewed HERE.

Click on the image below to watch the story about ATC
on ABC affiliate WMUR's New Hampshire Chronicle...




Click on the image below to read the cover story
about ATC in Foster's Showcase...