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article imageEddie Rocky Rivera discusses new film 'The Streetz' Special

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 2, 2017 in Entertainment
Sayville - Award-winning director and screenwriter Eddie Rocky Rivera chatted with Digital Journal about the premiere of his new film "The Streetz."
"The Streetz premiere went great," said Rivera. "We had it in Sayville Cinemas on Monday, August 28. We sold out the theater. We had Angel Salazar, who played Chi Chi in Scarface, in attendance. This was a red carpet event that everyone enjoyed. This film had Danny Enjetic Rivera main actor who is from the anti-bullying organization Asking Myself Association AMA. Also, Danielle Harper from Killjoys Syfy on Hulu Netflix NBC. She plays Danny Enjetic's girlfriend in the movie. Anthony Bisciello from the AMC series Making The Mob and Frank Modica from Gothem."
Rivera continued, "We will be having another premiere called the director's cut in October in the Seaford Cinemas. We are looking to get a few film directors together that night to support the tragedy in Texas so we are going to try to involve the Red Cross. We will be doing a question and answer session after the film, and we are showing the trailer to The Streetz 2 as well as Matters Of The Heart, which was directed and written by Nancy Vazquez. The film will be in film festivals and distributed by all platforms, including Netflix."
Rivera directed the film with John Paul Ceramello, and the script was co-written by Rivera and Natalie Peri. In addition, Ceramello and Richard Kern as the producers.
The film also features the following actors: Domenico Del Giacco (Detective DJ), David Paul (Johnny), Natalie Peri (Pink), Michele Frantzeskos (Mrs. Russo), Margarita Vargas as the undercover detective, Nancy Vazquez (Detective Brook), Kevin Zigon (Detective Zenick), Dekom Martin (Congressman Lee Russo), and radio host Danny Romano as Italian mobster Tony, among others.
Lead actress and writer Natalie Peri
Lead actress and writer Natalie Peri
Natalie Peri
For the fans of the film, Rivera extended his appreciation towards them. "The film is a great story to begin with. It's true life right now that we are living. This movie has many recovering addicts who did a great job in acting, and are on their way to brighter careers in acting. So, all I can say is you work hard and you accomplish your dreams."
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