The Triangle Fire documentary chronicles those remarkable
times, when the rising forces of industry converged with the greatest
mass migration in history. We explore the dramatic events of the
late 19th, and early 20th century labor movement, that reached a
crescendo with the Triangle shirtwaist factory fire of 1911.
This film examines the relationship between New York's rapidly
growing metropolis, corrupt political infrastructure, an industry's
desire for profit, and the human rights of its workers. Furthermore,
the documentary investigates how we have adapted today, to those
epic events that would forever change the fabric of our nation.
Writer, Producer, Director
Roy has gained extensive film and television experience,
working in a variety of positions, on independent feature films,
educational programs, cable news and documentaries. He makes a living
as a Director of Photography and Camera Operator. His camera work
has been broadcast on network, cable and international television.
Following a burning desire to pursue his own projects;
the Brooklyn born Campolongo founded Campo Films. Though there are
a myriad of projects up his proverbial sleeve; Roy's current focus
is producing The Triangle Fire documentary.
The Triangle Project has completed production on the
documentary. We are currently in post-production, (the process of
editing the film).
Thanks to everyone for your continued interest, participation