Director | Producer
With over 75 national awards for excellence in film and television production spanning a 30 year career, meet film director Bill Nicoletti.
In 1990 Bill started his production company at the legendary Sigma Sound Studios under the guidance of Music Hall Hall of Fame engineer and Sigma founder Joe Tarsia. His company would quickly become one of the busiest studios in Philadelphia and from 1992 to 2004 Bill was also a director for NFL Films commercial division. In 2010 Bill earned his MBA from St. Joseph’s University and in April of 2020 Bill will be inducted into his alma mater Camden Catholic High Schools Hall of Fame for Arts & Academics. Bills serves on St. Joseph’s University’s board for Business Ethics and resides full time in Ocean City New Jersey with his production studio in Manayunk, PA.
Once in a Hundred Years
The Life and Legacy of Marian Anderson
Marian Anderson, a young girl from South Philadelphia who armed with only a voice, fought to break down one of the most daunting barriers closed to black Americans in the 1930s—the classical music stage.
Since its sold out release at Kimmel Center in Philadelphia, Once in a Hundred Years went on to win The Flicker’s International Film Festival and Best Documentary Feature at The Philadelphia Film Festival, the Audience Choice Award at the Pan African American Film festival in LA and was selected to AmDocs Film Festival in Palm Springs CA.
The Sound of Philadelphia
Wake up Everybody
From Executive Producers John Legend and Al Roker comes one of the greatest music stories never told.
In 1960’s and 70s, Rhythm and Blues music came of age in the City of Brotherly Love. Against a backdrop of political strife, social unrest and racial tension, a new form of expression would emerge from the heart, soul and musical geniuses. Sophisticated, socially aware and lyrically provocative, The Philly Sound would go on to dominate the charts and change the key of American music.