is a freelance writer, producer, director, and non-union
actor, who to
date has written ten feature length screenplays and made three short
films, mostly comedies.
His recent short "Oliver's Bowl" had its world premiere at tiff
Lightbox in June 2016 for icff as well as played in other theaters. His
have been covered in
Hollywood North Magazine and been praised for carrying a high
level of cinematic value and
narrative storytelling, produced on micro budgets. For the past ten
Frankie has gained hands-on experience working in the Toronto film
industry, including production where he acquired budgeting and
management skills, to lighting and grip, and location support, where he
gained a strong technical knowledge of equipment and gear. He is also
an avid classic movie fan and dslr camera hobbyist with a keen eye
for frame composition and lighting.