Francis DiClemente lives in Syracuse, New York, and works as a video producer/editor at Syracuse University. He is the author of four poetry collections, most recently Sidewalk Stories (Kelsay Books, 2017).
His experimental short film Black Box, which uses the power of music and dance to explore emotions, was screened in June 2013 at the NewFilmmakers New York Screening Series. His short film script Automat, inspired by the Edward Hopper painting, was produced in 2011 as a low-budget short. His blog can be found at francisdiclemente.wordpress.com.
Beyond the Glass Drama Beyond the Glass is a single-location, existential drama inspired by Nighthawks, the iconic American painting by Edward Hopper.
Crushed Red Tomatoes (feature) Action ⋄ Crime ⋄ Drama The youngest son in a family detective agency goes undercover to investigate a New York crime boss for murder and narcotics trafficking.
End of the Line (short) Drama Christmas is just another day for two male residents of a nursing home.
Not By Choice (short) Comedy ⋄ Drama ⋄ Family ⋄ Romance A nearly 40-year-old college professor comes to terms with being single even as his parents and best friend pressure him about his relationships and bachelor status.
The Engagement Party (short) Drama ⋄ Family ⋄ Romance The best man at an engagement party comforts the bride-to-be after the future groom sleeps with his old girlfriend.
The Game of Life: Heart and Spirit of the Onondaga
Documentary by Syracuse University Electronic Media Communications Researcher/Production Coordinator
Film (short) by independent Producer/Director
Film (short) by independent Writer
WILDsound Short Screenplay Contest