Pasquale Marco Veltri is a Canadian writer, filmmaker and photographer whose unique vision crosses the boundaries of culture and language. He is a worldly soul and visual storyteller whose focus on character development is strongly represented in the intelligence and complexity of his works. Faced with the tasks of producing, directing, cinematography, and writing Veltri has developed an integrated and holistic approach to the art of cinema.
Veltri is an active member of the arts community and a productive contributor to the world of independent cinema and multidisciplinary art. He has published a book of his photography and numerous screenplays, his work has been shown in several exhibitions throughout his career, and he has been featured and interviewed in both local and national media.
Veltri’s films have screened nationally and internationally in Canada, USA, Britain, France, Italy, and Egypt. Measuring Tape Girl has screened at the Cannes Film Festival and the Montreal World Film Festival. Words to Remember won the Chris Award for Narrative at the Columbus International Film and Video Festival.