Director Bio: Federico Muchnik (SOMETHING DIFFERENT) National Public Radio American Theatre Project Award Winner for The Parent Company, Meetings. Author of 7 stage plays, 5 screenplays. Sundance Film Festival: The Golden Boat (author/actor). The Strategic Producer (Routledge Press). Numerous short filmsFederico Muchnik has been making films for thirty years. He studied film at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and worked as a producer for PBS. He has also produced content for Disneyland, ABC Television, and HBO. He played the lead role in “The Golden Boat”, directed by Raul Ruiz. The film was shown at Sundance, New York, Toronto, and was distributed by Strand Releasing. He co-wrote and co-edited “Secret Courage”, a documentary about the Jewish resistance movement during World War II.He has made many fiction-based long form series for the educational markets and filmed numerous projects throughout North America, Europe and Latin America. He has taught filmmaking at Boston University, Emerson College, and in New York and Los Angeles. Most recently, he produced and directed the feature length “This Killing Business” distributed by Filmbox Arthouse in Europe and shown at numerous festivals in the US. He is also the author of The Strategic Producer: On the Art and Craft of Making Your First Feature.Director StatementCompleted in 1353 Giovanni Boccaccio’s The Decameron was an influential piece of literature inspiring Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. We wanted to do a modern re-telling of one of those stories. Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailPrintLinkedInTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related By festivalforromance Festival driven to showcase the best of romance films and screenplays from around the world. Submit your romance genre screenplay or short film and get it showcased at the FEEDBACK Film Festival View all of festivalforromance's posts.