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Director/Producer Nick Frangione studied under Sundance winning filmmaker Eric Escobar in San Francisco. With Eric's guidance, Frangione completed his first short film, Hand Me Down, which toured the festival circuit. With this experience under his belt, Frangione ventured out on his own and made his second short film, 'I'm A Liar Like You,' shortly followed by his first feature film, 'Roxie.' Nick would pen the 'Roxie' script and direct the film. 'Roxie' won Best Feature Film at the Bushwick International Film Festival in New York City, and was Official Selection for AMFM International Film Festival as well as the prestigious Sonoma International Film Festival. Tommy Cook, of Collider, had this to say of 'Roxie':

"'Roxie,' at its heart, is a tragedy about lives spent reliving the past, an unmasking of the harsh realities of time and aging, on the need for a real connection and how any false one inherently corrupts and leaves you bare. It's a testament...to how even the smallest of films can possess the greatest ambitions. It was, by far, the best film I saw during my stay at Sonoma."

'Roxie' had its theatrical release at The Arena Cinema in Hollywood, and is now available on all streaming platforms as well as BluRay and DVD. The film was recently picked up for theatrical release in multiple theaters in the UK.

In 2017, Nick directed 'Buck Run,' a drama set in his hometown of rural Pennsylvania starring James Le Gros, Kevin J. O'Connor, Amy Hargreaves, Alicia Goranson, Jim Parrack, Angus Macfadyen, and Nolan Lyons.