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It's Me Matthew
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Mano, Henrique. MICHAEL FERREIRA TEMS ORIGENS EM MANGUALDE - Luso-Americano (USA) 27 June 2008, Iss. 3515, pp. 1, 11.

Strause, Jackie "Starr Report: Kathie Lee". New York Post. NYP Holdings, Inc. ( 5 June 2008)

"Behold... The Power of Short Films". Cinema Without Borders Blogs. July 30, 2008

"Ferreira makes skillful use of the flashback technique." by: Cliff Bellam, The Herald Sun

"At Anthology Film Archives. Michael Musto's performance as a detached therapist was a particular hit with the audience." - HX Magazine


What People Are Saying!

"A must see. Michael Musto brings legendary drama to the role of predatory psychiatrist, and nails it! Michael Ferreira disappears expertly into his dual roles!" - Jesse Archer, Writer for Out Magazine


"It's Me, Matthew! is a riveting story that illustrates some serious repercussions of child abuse. While it's a sad story, it's one that needs to be told–and viewed by as many people as possible." - Daylle Deanna Schwartz, author of 9 books, including Straight Talk with Gay Guys and Nice Girls Can Finish First.


Michael Ferreira manages to do what most can not…in a mere 15 minutes, he captures you. The story, actors, production quality and writing leave you wanting more. This in-depth story is something that we should all see at this crucial time. It's Me, Matthew! is a brilliant capsule of emotion and raw energy. I long to see this as a feature film! - Traci Godfrey, Screen Actors Guild LGBT Actors National Committee President & Actress


Musto, Michael (2008-01-30). "Trailer Alert: It's Me, Musto!". Village Voice.