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"Roma Vendetta" is the world's FIRST narrative feature film made from actors' auditions. Shot separately in a preschool and written by a team of ten writers, their monologues are tied together to tell a quirky, black-comedy about a director who suffers from Multiple Personality Disorder and is being stalked by a hit-man while making a vampire movie in Rome. What ensues is a cat and mouse battle over sanity and justice between the hit-man, the Director and his alternate personality as it satirizes Hollywood and Italian culture.

Made on a shoestring budget of only $5,000, award winning director Paul Gorman's "Roma Vendetta" is an audacious film. It rejects traditional filmmaking processes, challenging filmmakers to improve upon the groundwork that it has barely scratched, and for audiences to experience a new method of story telling in cinema.