Join the History Center’s Italian American Program for a screening of the new holiday film “Feast Of The Seven Fishes,” a slice of life story that follows a large Italian family on Christmas Eve as they prepare for the traditional Feast of the Seven Fishes, reminisce about the past, and seek love in the future.
“Feast of the Seven Fishes” is a 2018 American comedy film written and directed by Robert Tinnell and starring Skyler Gisondo, Madison Iseman, Addison Timlin, Josh Helman, Joe Pantoliano, Paul Ben-Victor, and Ray Abruzzo. It is based on Tinnell’s 2005 graphic novel of the same name.
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About Writer/Director Robert Tinnell
Robert Tinnell is a writer/director/producer with experience in a variety of media. Tinnell’s initial claim to fame was as producer on the notorious cult class “Surf Nazis Must Die” and as a producer of music videos, including the class MTV Award-winner, “Straight Up” by Paula Abdul. As time passed, he became better known for his work as a director and screenwriter on feature films, including “Kids of the Round Table,” “Frankenstein and Me,” and “Believe,” as well as the writer of the upcoming production of “Sacrifice” for producer Patrick Rizzoti as well as “The Living and the Dead,” which is in development with producer Cary Brokaw at Avenue Pictures. Tinnell has been equally successful creating commercial and image campaigns for a variety of clients garnering both awards and critical acclaim, including work that was featured on the cover of Adweek. His WV-based production company, Allegheny Image Factory, produces or production services a variety of commercials, image films, music videos, documentaries, television shows and feature films, among them “The Hunted,” “Child of God,” “Fly Rod Chronicles,” and the WV-centered Civil War web-series “1863.” Outside of the film industry, Tinnell is a well-respected graphic novelist, known for such works as “The Black Forest,” “The Wicked West,” “Sight Unseen,” “Flesh and Blood,” and the Eisner Award nominated “Feast of the Seven Fishes.”