Anthony Pedone

Interview: An American In Texas director Anthony Pedone on the value of community filmmaking

October 20, 2017

When Anthony Pedone took that twenty-hour flight from Texas to Sydney, he wasn’t making a galvanic trip to Australia’s east coast. He’d spent the past decade salvaging his life from a heinous past, with filmmaking becoming primary in his reformation. After producing more than twenty films and directing and writing three, Anthony was invited to […]

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Byron Bay Film Festival Film Review: An American In Texas (USA, 2017) is a film for the disenfranchised

October 18, 2017

It’s a hard fought ninety-seven minutes for the protagonists in An American in Texas, but it’s a fight they could never really win. In Anthony Pedone’s latest, it’s the early 90’s and the U.S has its sights set on a war in the Middle East. As the effects of the conflict settle across the States, […]

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Interview: Anthony Pedone on An American In Texas and spending his formative years as a foreigner in his own country

October 17, 2017

When Anthony Pedone took that twenty-hour flight from Texas to Sydney, he wasn’t making a galvanic trip to Australia’s east coast. He’d spent the past decade salvaging his life from a heinous past, with filmmaking becoming primary in his reformation. After producing more than twenty films and directing and writing three, Anthony was invited to […]

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