Vincent Vittorio / Director / Producer
Vincent is a director and producer who has been making films since 2001. His curiosity and fascination with capturing the human condition has led him to explore a wide array of topics in his work including prison reform, the refugee crisis, manufacturing, consumerism and beyond. Vincent’s notable titles include American Made Movie, The True Cost, and Record Safari.
Vincent strives to create a cinematic experience that connects viewers to the people and stories depicted. An innovative collaborator, his story-telling methods pull back the veil on difficult topics and inform the curious by connecting the audience to a world that they did not know existed. Vincent’s grit and work ethic drive his projects to reach audiences around the world.
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. His 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 resides in Los Angeles, California with his wife, Jessica, their four children, Lucca, Abrianna, Giuliana and Viviana, along with their dog, Barry Allen.