Tommy  Pallotta

Tommy Pallotta



Tommy Pallotta aims at pushing the boundaries of storytelling. Tommy first connected Richard Linklater with animation when he produced the award-winning feature film WALKING LIFE (2001). He followed up with Philip K. Dick’s A SCANNER DARKLY (2006), starring Keanu Reeves and Robert Downey Jr. He then directed AMERICAN PRINCE, a companion documentary to Martin Scorsese’s film American Boy (1978). In 2010, Tommy directed the Emmy nominated transmedia production COLLAPSUS that won many awards, including the SXSW Interactive Award.

Recently he founded, together with Femke Wolting and Bruno Felix, a new creative production company in Los Angeles, SubLA. The company develops and produces feature films and interactive experiences that explore new forms of storytelling that encompass traditional and emerging media. Tommy co-directed LAST HIJACK with Femke Wolting which premiered at the Berlinale Film Festival 2014

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