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Joe Nardelli

Joe Nardelli is a producer and director, known for Toxic Tutu (2017), Love Loss Life: The Beauty of a Slow Death (2013) and The Sub Shop (1982). See full bio »

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Known For

Toxic Tutu
Toxic Tutu Producer
(2017)
The Sub Shop
The Sub Shop Director
(1982)
Butterfly & the Beast
(2011)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Producer (7 credits)
 2017 Toxic Tutu (executive producer) / (producer) (completed)
 2013 Love Loss Life: The Beauty of a Slow Death (Documentary short) (producer - as Joseph F. Nardelli) (completed)
 2015 ToXic Tutu Feature Film - Official Trailer (Video documentary) (producer)
 2011 Butterfly & the Beast (Short) (producer)
 2009 Sherry Mills on ArtUp (Video documentary short) (producer - as Joseph F. Nardelli)
 1991 Kool Moe Dee: Funke, Funke Wisdom (Video) (producer - as Joseph F. Nardelli)
 1985 Bon Jovi: Only Lonely (Video short) (producer)
Show Show Director (6 credits)
Show Show Cinematographer (5 credits)
Show Show Writer (3 credits)
Show Show Camera and Electrical Department (2 credits)
Show Show Actor (2 credits)
Show Show Production manager (2 credits)
Show Show Editor (1 credit)
Show Show Thanks (1 credit)
Show Show Self (1 credit)

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Joseph F. Nardelli

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