Interview with Screenwriter Frank Gaimari (VINCENT AND PAUL: UNSPOKEN BROTHERHOOD)

November 27, 2020, by Matthew Toffolo 1. What is your screenplay about? Vincent and Paul: Unspoken Brotherhood is a biographical drama about the tumultuous relationship between Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin. 2. What genres does your screenplay fall under? Period drama. Thriller. Biographical. 3. Why should this screenplay be made into a movie? Historians … Continue reading Interview with Screenwriter Frank Gaimari (VINCENT AND PAUL: UNSPOKEN BROTHERHOOD)

Wildsound Festival, Toronto, Canada – (1st scene) reading of Vincent and Paul: Unspoken Brotherhood, November 25, 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2mZDGBU3WWc&feature=youtu.be Vincent and Paul: Unspoken Brotherhood is a biographical drama about the tumultuous relationship between Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin. Historians and biographers agree that Vincent van Gogh’s adulthood included periods of bisexuality and homosexuality. This screenplay delves into the homosexual relationship between Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin.

Vincent and Paul: Unspoken Brotherhood – Narrative

Wiki Screenplay This story provides an accurate depiction of the unique and controversial life of thefamous artist, Vincent Van Gogh. The script shows early on that Vincent Van Gogh wentagainst the status quo in various ways. He was unapologetically homosexual. In thatparticular time period, it was seen as taboo for a man to engage in … Continue reading Vincent and Paul: Unspoken Brotherhood – Narrative

Circus Animals – The Golden Script Review

In a circus, animals are used for entertainment and monetary benefits for their owners. Yet, like any business, the circus isn’t exempt from mistreatment and injustice. Where humans lack empathy and use each other unjustly, “Circus Animals” creates an animated world in which animals have their own voice and must save each other from the … Continue reading Circus Animals – The Golden Script Review

Journey of Love: Learning to Forgive – Stonewall News Northwest, October 2005

‘Journey’ debuts in Las Vegas, shown locally in November Rain or shine, on icy roads and snowy walkways, Frank Hays does his job. By day, this shy, unassuming man is a letter carrier. He’s been one for 21 years. He’s also an up-and-coming documentary filmmaker. “Journey of Love: Learning to Forgive,” his second professional-level production, … Continue reading Journey of Love: Learning to Forgive – Stonewall News Northwest, October 2005