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filmmaker

Tina Marie DiFeliciantonio, American filmmaker. Recipient Achievement award International Documentary Association, Grand prix Medikinale International, Parma, Italy, Top prize Oberhausen Film Festival, Federal Republic Germany, Samson L. Freedman Human Relations award, 1982, Student Emmy Academy television Arts and Sciences, 1986; fellow Stanford University, 1984, Louis B. Mayer Foundation, 1985; Robert Flaherty scholar, 1983.

Background

DiFeliciantonio, Tina Marie was born on August 23, 1961 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of John M. and Catherine (D'Onofrio) DiF.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Humanities and Communications, Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Drexel University, 1984. Master of Arts in Communications, Stanford University, 1986.

Career

Indiana filmmaker, San Francisco, since 1984. Freelance cinematographer, since 1986.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Producer, director, editor: (films) I Don't Like Lobster., 1984, Film Charpgar, 1985, Visiting Van's, 1986, Into the Looking Glass, 1986, Living With AIDS, 1987 (Student Academy award, numerous film festival awards 1987). Cinematographer: (films) A Decision to Care, 1987, Carson Barnes: A Mud Show, 1986, No Hunger in My Home, 1987, Out in Suburbia, 1987.

Membership

Member Association for Indiana Video and Filmmakers, Film Arts Foundation.

Connections

father:
John M. DiF.

mother:
Catherine (D'Onofrio) DiF.