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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE FEATURE NARRATIVE

WILLIAM VINCENT

TFF 2010 Directed by Jay Anania
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE WILLIAM VINCENT [TFF 2010]

Jay Anania sculpts a quiet and powerful tale about a man who finds himself living in the in-between. William Vincent—played by the talented James Franco, whose performance saturates the screen—coolly embraces his second chance at life by spending his days eating alone in restaurants and editing nature videos in a small storefront apartment in lower Manhattan. He relishes in living on the fringe, unnoticed and in the obscurity of the everyday, stepping out on occasion to pickpocket a bourgeois businessman or defend a poor waitress. The concrete landscape provides perfect camouflage as he walks the path to becoming a reluctant criminal. But when William meets Anne (the radiant Julianne Nicholson), he is forced to emerge from the shadows.

Anania's rhythmic pacing and delicate yet haunting score generate a disquieting tone that is echoed in the cast's strong performances. Beautifully shot, the New York cityscape provides an enthralling backdrop as Anania unravels a dark and genuine love story explored with nuance and subtlety.

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Jay Anania sculpts a quiet and powerful tale about a man who finds himself living in the in-between. William Vincent—played by the talented James Franco, whose performance saturates the screen—coolly embraces his second chance at life by spending his days eating alone in restaurants and editing nature videos in a small storefront apartment in lower Manhattan. He relishes in living on the fringe, unnoticed and in the obscurity of the everyday, stepping out on occasion to pickpocket a bourgeois businessman or defend a poor waitress. The concrete landscape provides perfect camouflage as he walks the path to becoming a reluctant criminal. But when William meets Anne (the radiant Julianne Nicholson), he is forced to emerge from the shadows.

Anania's rhythmic pacing and delicate yet haunting score generate a disquieting tone that is echoed in the cast's strong performances. Beautifully shot, the New York cityscape provides an enthralling backdrop as Anania unravels a dark and genuine love story explored with nuance and subtlety.

Film Information
Year: 2010
Length: 108 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Primary Cast: James Franco, Julianne Nicholson, Martin Donovan, Josh Lucas, Vince Jolivette, Zoe Lister-Jones
Director: Jay Anania
Screenwriter: Jay Anania
Producer: Vince Jollivette, Piers Richardson, Sophia Lin
Director of Photography: Danny Vecchione
Composer: John Medeski
Contacts

Technical Contact
Pete Cairns
pcairns@mac.com

Director
Jay Anania
New York, NY 10012
Phone: 917 859 7212
jayanania@mac.com

Producer
Piers Richardson
Rabbit Bandini
Los Angeles, 90046
Phone: 310 437 9102
williamvincentthefilm@gmail.com

Technical Contact
Pete Cairns
pcairns@mac.com

Director
Jay Anania
New York, NY 10012
Phone: 917 859 7212
jayanania@mac.com

Producer
Piers Richardson
Rabbit Bandini
Los Angeles, 90046
Phone: 310 437 9102
williamvincentthefilm@gmail.com

About the Director(s)
Jay Anania was born in Washington, DC and raised in Japan. He has spent the last three decades making experimental shorts, independent features, and broadcast documentaries, including Long Time Since, The Citizen, The Girl Under the Waves, Her Name Is Carla, and Day on Fire. He is the head of directing at NYU's graduate film school.

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