Vincent Vittorio, artist and entrepreneur, has been producing and directing films since 2001. Vincent's curiosity and fascination with capturing the human condition have led him to explore a wide array of topics in his films.
The majority of Vincent’s work lives under the studio name, Life Is My Movie Entertainment -- a brand he helped build with the mission of developing, producing and distributing captivating non-fiction content throughout the world. Through the years, Vincent’s drive, and work ethic work in concert with his ability to find unique ways to examine unique and important topics.
Vincent’s notable titles and topics explored include, The True Cost, which The New York Times summarized the movie as “A distressing overview of the consequences of our addiction to fast fashion.” Additionally, Incarcerating US, The Guardian said, “shows how incarceration rates have exploded in this country, and the humanitarian disaster that has resulted. It's essential viewing for anyone who cares about America and our collective humanity." Record Safari, per the Los Angeles Times, is “a meditative film about the joy of discovery and the ways in which obscure frequencies can upend psyches”. Lastly, American Made Movie, as described by The New York Times, “takes an effective micro-macro approach to unpacking the rise and fall - and potential rebirth - of the American manufacturing sector.”
A graduate of the University of Florida, Vincent earned a degree in Journalism with an emphasis in Telecommunication Production as well as a degree in English with a concentration in Experimental Film and Media. Vincent's Graduate Studies in Producing at the Savannah College of Art and Design coupled with his interdisciplinary studies in broadcast journalism and filmmaking fueled his passion for storytelling and led Vincent in his future in non-fiction cinema. Vincent currently splits time between Los Angeles, California and Atlanta, Georgia with his wife, Jessica and four children, Lucca, Abrianna, Giuliana, and Viviana.