Vancouver Filmdance Festival Preselects The Expediter

Film Festival Judging Status Update: Preselected 2018

We are proud to announce that Vancouver Filmdance Festival Preselected The Expediter for their 2018 event.

Vancouver Filmdance Festival is one of the largest North America’s film festivals and annually takes place in central Vancouver: April 27, 2018 to April 28, 2018.
The main goal of Vancouver Filmdance Festival is to present the most exciting and inspiring new works on film being made today.

The Expediter Film Screening – The Villages Florida

Film Premiere Fundraiser for the American Tinnitus Association

Filmmakers Michael Domino and Robert Mladinich premiered The Expediter in The Villages, Florida on May 4th, 2017. They teamed up with The Villages resident and Tinnitus Outreach Support Coach Sal Gentile to raise money for the American Tinnitus Association. All of the proceeds from the film’s screening went to the organization.


Robert Mladinich, Michael Domino, Sal Gentile
Michael and Betty Domino
Robert Mladinich, Michael Domino, Sal Gentile
Q&A with filmmakers Michael Domino and Robert Mladinich
Robert Mladinich, Michael Domino, Sal Gentile
Sal Gentile
Sal Gentile, Robert Mladinich, Michael Domino, Betty Domino
Q&A with the audience and filmmakers
Q&A with the audience and filmmakers

‘The Expediter’ Filmmaker Featured in The Villages Daily Sun Article

Interview with Filmmaker Michael Domino

Michael Domino was recently interviewed by The Villages Daily Sun about his new independent film The Expediter. 

The film will be presented at The Villages Rohan Center on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 6pm, for a $5.00 donation. All of the proceeds will be donated to the American Tinnitus Association.


Video On Demand: Rent or Purchase The Expediter Independent Movie

Dear friends and fans of The Expediter,

We are so happy to now offer our film, which has received such great reviews, for rent or purchase by VIMEO on Demand service here:
Thank you very much for your continued support.


Michael Domino, Robert Mladinich

Shortly after graduation from high school in the late 1970’s, eighteen-year-old Michael Romano engages in some teenage hijinks that gets him arrested in the New York City suburbs. With his plans to attend college put on hold, his father, the executive in charge of production at a large manufacturing company in Queens, takes him to work and puts him under the wing of Jake Cutter, the company’s grizzled purchasing manager whose job is to ensure the factory line never goes down.
The war-weary Cutter alleviates the horrors he experienced as a young U.S. Marine during World War II with alcohol, womanizing and a work ethic that is unrivaled. At first hostile to young Michael, who he derisively refers to as Michelle despite Michael holding the unenviable position of expeditor of parts, the two slowly and cautiously develop an indelible bond.