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Cooper & Hemingway: The True Gen
COOPER & HEMINGWAY THE TRUE GEN
"COOPER & HEMINGWAY: THE TRUE GEN is a first-class, dual celebrity bio-doc"
James van Maanen
"The True Gen has many surprises along the way...one of the biggest may be how much you thought you knew, but didn’t. Fame can be fleeting, and there are too many momentary celebrities… but Cooper and Hemingway were the true gen."
NEW YORK TIMES CRITICS' PIC
"With Cooper and Hemingway...their work endures, and so does what they stood for.”
New York Times
Richard Zampella: Producer
New York, NY
Richard Zampella is the Producer of Cooper and Hemingway the True Gen. Other producer credits include; Sergeant York: Of God and Country for Warner Home Video which was narrated by Liam Neeson and Inside High Noon for Paramount Pictures which was narrated by Frank Langella with an introduction by President Bill Clinton. Zampella is currently working on a documentary about American writer Elmore Leonard entitled The Dickens of Detroit.
Zampella serves as the Managing Partner of Transmultimedia, Inc., a creative services agency with offices in New York, NY and on Long Island which produced Cooper & Hemingway: The True Gen. The film focuses on 20 year friendship between writer Ernest Hemingway and actor Gary Cooper. and received a Critic’s Pick from The New York Times in October of 2013.
Richard Zampella is the owner and operator of Idylease, A Historic Landmark which is a former resort hotel located in Newfoundland, NJ. He also owns and operates Skipperdee's Ice Cream Shop in Point Lookout, NY which was voted in 2017 as the Best Ice Cream Shop on Long Island.
Zampella supports many non-for-profit organizations and serves as President of the Point Lookout Chamber of Commerce in Nassau County. Richard Zampella also serves on the Executive Board of the Point Lookout Historical Society where he recently completed the design layout for the winter issue of The Community Outlook Magazine in February of 2015.