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Nicolette Mancini


Nicolette Mancini was born and raised in Eastchester, NY. Whether she is on stage, or behind the camera, she has become well versed in the entertainment business. Nicolette has been dancing for 18 years and is now a teacher at Miss. Andrea’s Dance Studio. When not dancing she can be found taking voice lessons at Soop Theatre with Dan Radzikowski. Her years of training has given her opportunities to sing the National Anthem at Citi Field for the New York Mets, New York Liberty Womans Basketball and hometown Veteran events. She has also worked as a production assistant at DePalma Productions. Nicolette also works for her family's Pizzeria where she can be found waitressing and making video content to market their business. A few of her hobbies include drawing, painting, photography, knitting, baking, and cooking. When she is not busy trying to tackle a million tasks at once she can be found spending time with her family and friends who she cherishes very dearly.  

Artist Statement

For this year's Marymount Manhattan College film
festival, we are using “A Safe Space” as our theme. We are doing this theme because we feel that Marymount Manhattan College always provides a safe space for all and welcomes everyone with open arms. There are many opportunities for those who apply and go to school at Marymount Manhattan College. The school wants what's best for its students and that is why it is filled with teachers and staff that want to help the kids in this school to reach their full potential. There were a lot of students in the graduating class of filmmakers who had totally different and individual ideas for their films. The school gave each of these students the ability to do what they wanted and never prevented them from having an idea. They fostered these ideas and allowed them to flourish and make films that they loved and wanted to make. All the students were able to use resources in the school to get equipment to help them make their films in the best quality possible. These students also created a community and family that they were able to ask for help with and get new ideas if needed. Everyone at Marymount Manhattan College is willing to help when someone needs it and wants the best for all their students. The small class environment allows students to get to know each other and their teachers. This is why we made the theme “A Safe Space”. We felt that best embodied Marymount Manhattan

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