Director Biographical Note

Vince D’Amato

Vince is the award*-winning international director of the 3 neo-giallo films Reversed, Glass, and Valley of the Rats, which make up a loose giallo “trilogy” of sex, violence, and surrealism; produced in the UK, Italy, and Canada, through 2011-2017.

After co-founding the independent genre film production company Creepy Six Films in Vancouver, Canada, in 2001, Vince D’Amato wrote, produced, and directed four feature films, three short films, and two internet TV series for the Canadian company. In 2004 and 2005 their first two features became international cult hits, being widely distributed in Italy, Spain, Japan, Germany, Russia, UK, Canada, and America. In 2011, Vince moved from Canada and launched Brivido Giallo, an international production company based in Italy (with his production partner Mickey E.Vil in Brescia) – where he completed his fifth feature, the mind-twisting thriller titled Reversed (2013). Returning to Vancouver, he executive-produced the short film Dirty Bill of Health for a new Canadian filmmaker through Creepy Six Films, and then produced and directed his sixth feature film, the multi award-winning Glass (2015). Recently, Vince co-founded the Cinemafantastique international genre film festival and has just completed his new feature film, Odissea Della Morte, which won the #13 spot on Film Bizarro’s “Top 30 of 2017” list. He is currently a co-founding partner in the new international film sales company Darkside Releasing, and spends his time between Vancouver, Canada and Milano, Italy; and is focused on producing striking, artistic genre films for exhibition.

You can get in touch with Vince through the CONTACT PAGE; and for the world sales of Brivido Giallo and Creepy Six Films directly.


2017_GIALLO_TRIPLE_ONE-SHEETFilmography:
Carmilla (Vampires vs. Zombies)
Human Nature

Hell Hath No Fury
The Hard Cut / Catholic Cheerleaders for Satan
Reversed
Glass
Valley of the Rats


*Winner, Best Feature for “GLASS”, the Anti-Hero Genre Film Festival in 2016; and critic’s “Top 15 of 2016” list.