|Director: Philip Curcuru, Lou DiNatale, Jimmy Ceribello|
United States, 2014, 7min
Format: Digital (screening) - HDV (shooting)
Festival Year: 2015
Category: Short Narrative
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|Cast: ||Christina Dempsey, Roger Fiorentino, Stu Seiderman, Mike Micara, Dan Giangiobbe, Russ Martone, Mingo Tull, Don Edwards, John Adisano, Joey Lauricella, Robert Aniano|
|Crew: ||Executive Producers: Philip Curcuru - Editor: Philip Curcuru - Composer: Philip Curcuru - Mike Curcuru and White Dog Studios, John Dempsey, Mike Buccheri, Kathy Curcuru
Times change, but music is forever. The Atomik Age Project music is born from a need to find a way to deal with loss. The loss of family, the loss of friends, the loss of time. In 'Old Days,' we get the chance to revisit our youth and the happy, carefree, endless hours spent there. Looking back, the relationships we established were intense, especially when it came to making music together. It turned us into brothers. Today, when we get together, we talk about those old days as if they were the happiest times of our lives, it's hard to argue that they weren't. Our new original song, Old Days, reflects on those times and the relationships and events that made us who we are today. The Atomik Age Project: Jimmy Ceribello: Lead Vocals, Lou DiNatale: Keyboards, Christina Dempsey: Vocals, Mike Micara: Drums, Roger Fiorentino: Bass, Stu Seiderman: Sax, Dan Giangiobbe: Vocals, Phil Curcuru: Guitars
Philip Curcuru, Lou DiNatale and Jimmy Ceribello: are members of the The Atomik Age Project. The Atomik Age Project originated in Brooklyn, New York, and has been making music since the 1960's. All songs are written and produced by band member and lead guitarist Phil Curcuru. The other band members are Jimmy Ceribello, lead vocals; Lou Di Natale, keyboards; Roger Fiorentino, bass; Stu Seiderman, sax; Christina Dempsey, vocals; Joe Curcuru, drums. The Atomik Age Project has been honored with numerous national and international song and video contest awards.
The Atomik Age Project is a labor of love by a group of lifelong friends, whose talents and energies focus on keeping shared memories alive. Our latest film, Old Days, in particular, attempts to revisit the places where we grew up and the times that we lived through. We honor, through music and film, all the friends and relatives that have left us and we rejoice in our ability to pay tribute to people and things that have inspired or touched our lives. We show our respect for our creative musicality; in doing so, we try to make sense of our collective emotional experiences.