A WHOLE NEW DAY
Director: William Garcia
United States, 1999, 18 min
Crew:Distribution: Forefront films & Atom Films - Production: Riverhead Entertainment 151 West 30th St #600 New York, NY 10001
Bukowski meets Stanley Kowalski in the form of James Gandolfini's portrait of Vincent. Vincent is a blue collar "family man" of Italian decent who has a drinking problem and one painfully confusing morning. Delving into true darkness and wicked humor A Whole New Day spends a rough and tumble morning riding the beast that eventually pushes Vincent to come face to face with his own demons.
About the director
William completed his first full length film "A day at a Time" in 1992. The film received several awards. Since 1993 Mr. Garcia has produced and directed several award winning documentaries for a variety of corporate clients. His latest film "A Whole New Day" (wbff 2000) a dramatic short that he wrote and directed was broadcast on Cinemax.