Dick Biondi’s amazing radio career spans over 6 decades, including the birth of American Rock & Roll and the evolution of Pop music.
Known as The Screamer, the Big Noise from Buffalo, and The Wild I-Tralian, Dick Biondi holds the distinction of being the first disc jockey to play The Beatles on American radio. He introduced The Beatles and the Rolling Stones in concert, and helped many new artists along the road to stardom. Dick Biondi has continued to be the voice of the Baby Boomer generation and generations to follow.
MEET THE TEAM
Pamela Joy Pulice – Executive Producer and Director
Pamela Joy Pulice is an independent documentary filmmaker and the owner of her own company, Reel Stories Productions, LLC. Inspired by a special disc jockey who touched her young life in the sixties, Pam is currently producing and directing a documentary about him. Largely self taught, she came late to filmmaking and found her passion. Pam is a boomer who believes age can’t stop a woman on a mission — and her mission is to bring the Dick Biondi story to the screen for all to enjoy.
Brian Kallies – Executive Consultant and Editor
Brian Kallies is an Emmy award-winning independent documentary producer and editor. He has produced, directed and edited documentaries and docu-series for Showtime, Public Television, Tru-TV, WGN America, and the BBC. Brian's work has been praised by the NY Times, Hollywood Reporter, Roger Ebert, The Onion, and The Guardian. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife Tasia.
Stephanie Serna – Co-Producer/Cinematographer
Stephanie Serna received her MFA in Film and Writing from California Institute of the Arts and has been writer, cinematographer, director/producer on a handful of short narrative films, music videos and documentaries including “Welcome Home: The Extreme Behind the Makeover” (2009) — a behind-the-scenes documentary of the award-winning internationally syndicated TV show “Extreme Makeover Home Edition.”
Steve Zagata - Cinematographer/Editor
Stephen Zagata is the creative director at Video Active Productions in Chicago. Since 1996 Steve has worked on a wide range of film and video productions as camera man, editor, lighting technician, audio specialist, Photoshop artist and writer. Steve has worked internationally on a variety of documentaries and his work appears in many of The History Channel's most popular production
Joe Farina, Director of Communications and Marketing
Joe has been in the entertainment industry for 40 years starting when he would shadow his father on various projects. He has appeared in more than 20 film, TV and stage productions. Joe enjoys spending time with his wife Heather and their two children. He is a diehard Bears and Cubs fan. He’s also a 1960’s rock music enthusiast.