Love. No bed of roses.
A woman wakes in a hotel room with a younger who doesn't speak English. It's Lost in Translation meets The Hangover. And it only happens in Room 116.

  • Julia Campanelli
    A Day In November
  • Julia Campanelli
    The Paisley Witch Trial, A Day In November
  • Julia Campanelli
    A Day In November
  • Nick Atkinson
  • Julia Campanelli
    Key Cast
    NBCUNiversal's Dementia 13
  • Sean Yves Lessard
    Key Cast
    Abraham's Desert
  • Lauretta Prevost
    Director of Photography
    My Brother's Keeper
  • Dina Alexander
    Flight of Hope
  • Julia Campanelli
    Production Designer
    A Day In November
  • Dina Alexander
    Sound Designer
    Flight of Hope
  • Julia Haltigan
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  • Runtime:
    14 minutes 58 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    July 18, 2018
  • Production Budget:
    25,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
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  • Film Color:
    Black & White and Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
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Director Biography - Julia Campanelli

Julia Campanelli is an award-winning filmmaker and actress. Her film “116” has won 27 awards and screened in over 40 festivals world-wide.

Her screenplay “The Paisley Witch Trial” is an American Zoetrope Finalist, The Writer's Lab SemiFinalist and has won 11 best Screenplay awards.

Founder of Shelter Film, a New York-based independent film company dedicated to creating films by and about women and other under-represented groups, as well as Shelter Theatre Group NYC, a non-profit company dedicated to equality on stage, through gender-blind, age-blind, and color-blind casting. She has produced/directed 13 stage productions in NYC, including the critically acclaimed Macbeth on LES.

An award-winning actress, Julia stars in NBCUniversal’s Dementia 13, 116, Kill the Monsters, One Life To Live, and as Hecate in the OBIE, Drama Desk, and Out Critics Award winner Sleep No More NY.

Julia broke the gender barrier in USA sports as the first girl to play on a boys’ soccer team. She was 16 years old. Her team won the league championship the year she played.

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Director Statement

Love is complicated at any age. It can be messy, intriguing, obsessive, as well as fulfilling. It can also be unexpected. With 116, my intent is to show the complex and complicated life of a mature woman, without restrictions or judgement. I take the audience inside her intimate relationship. The struggle between the woman and the man to gain or surrender power comprises their relationship.