SAY NOTHING film reveals untold story of ethnic intolerance of Italian Americans during World War Two

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Inspired by true events, an Italian American couple in 1941 Little Italy, New York, struggle with his belief in the American Dream and her love for family when their loved ones are secretly arrested for being Italian and imprisoned in an American concentration camp in Maryland during World War Two. Based on the multi-award winning script ( by Letty Serra ( and Jon Freda (

Award winning Director Ludovic Bernard ( will helm this historical drama, who served as first-assistant director on a series of EuroCorps movies with Luc Besson‘s “The Lady” to Olivier Megaton’s “Taken 3” and the Scarlett Johansson’s starer “Lucy”. Line Producer is Michael Mandaville ( of “Taken” and “Taken 2” films. The Picture will bring established, as well as, recognizable talent to the project. Serious inquiries about film participation should direct their interest to Lead-Producer Carey Borth (

A stage play version of Say Nothing is also being mounted in New York City. For interest in production participation for this dramatic play, please contact Jon Freda,, +1 917-340-8861.

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