Michael Rubbo | cold pizza
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Cold Pizza is a short drama directed by Larry Kent. I think I was co -producer. It tells an amusing story about kids who deliver pizza in winter on a sled. They’re racing against the cold to get an acceptably warm product to their customers in time. We had fun making it and ate a lot of free pizza from the Pizzeria on Van Horne in Montreal.

I’m sure¬†we featured the Pizza chef who could be seen through the steaming window on a winter’s evening throwing circles of dough into the air above his head as if he was hoping for a limp Frisbee to land on his be-speckled bald spot.