Feature Films

The Quitter

Directed by Matthew Bonifacio

Written by Bill Gullo

 When a failed baseball player’s ex-girlfriend moves back to the neighborhood with her seven-year-old daughter, he realizes he carries more regrets than how he handled his baseball career. What follows is his earnest, awkward, and at times ridiculous fight to become the father he never was.  

A textured, heartfelt drama…a simple story well told.
— Anita Gates, The New York Times
The Quitter is destined for niche markets where, with any luck, it will find a core audience of viewers looking for movies with more heart than razzle-dazzle.
— Maitland McDonagh, Film Journal
The Quitter is assured and offhandedly sweet...it’s a relief from the easy pitches that define so many projects, big and small.
— Joe Neumaier, NY Daily News

Premieres September 12th, 2014 

Regal Cinemas, NYC


+1 (Plus One)

Directed by Dennis Iliadis

Screenplay by Bill Gullo

In this supernatural thriller, three college friends go to a hedonoistic party, each looking for something different: love, sex, a simple human connection. When a mysterious phenomenon disrupts the party, it becomes the strangest night anyone has ever seen. As the three friends struggle to find what they're looking for, the party descends into a chaos that challenges if they can stay friends or if they can even stay alive.

Bill Gullo’s dark and provocative script…the movie’s boldness and horrifying logic get under your skin.
— Jeanne Catsoulis, The New York Times' Critics' Pick
It’s an unsettling, often funny and strange peek into growing up and accepting who you are…
— Samuel Zimmerman, Fangoria
As beautiful and refreshing as it is unpredictable and shocking...a smart, character-driven science fiction film that paid as much attention to the script as it did to special effects
— Ken W Hanley, Diabolique Magazine
A remarkably suggestive premise that simultaneously echoes Dostoyevsky and Buffy the Vampire Slayer
— Chuck Bowen Slant Magazine