I have several years of experience in working with TV production companies, advertising agencies and international networks such as, Bloomberg TV, Discovery real time and Nat Geo Wild.
Name: Marco Vitale
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Photographer (Still) and Videographer
The Hurt Business
Film by Vlad Yudin (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department
Film (short) by William Speruzzi (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Camera and Electrical Department THE EXAM is a taut, contemporary, psychological thriller about a man whose promotion hinges on him taking a medical exam. After a home visit with his pregnant wife and six year old son present, he finds out that the medical examiner has a more insidious agenda. Written by William Speruzzi
Jeremy Scott: The People's Designer
Film by Vlad Yudin (Documentary) Camera and Electrical Department The story of fashion designer Jeremy Scott's ascent from a small town in Missouri to his current position as the Creative Director of Moschino.
Forgive Me God
Film (short) by Sam Abbas (Drama) Cinematographer, Producer As her family falls a part, Abir, a Middle-Eastern Muslim mother is left to make a decision that is against her beliefs.
Film (short) by Christopher Julius (Drama) Cinematographer Two best friends and a dream to be the best until a girl named Zoe came into the picture and changed everything
Film (short) by Brian Dilg (Comedy, Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department A stubborn twelve year old boy looking for answers to his father's mysterious death goes looking in the wrong back yard when he meets a foul-mouthed English teacher on a post-divorce bender.
Film (short) by Nadia Mata Camera and Electrical Department
Gazelle: The Love Issue
Film by Cesar Terranova (Documentary, Biography and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department Paulo is a 45-year-old Brazilian flight attendant. He is internationally famous in the after-hours world for the fabulous persona he has worked tirelessly to create, his artistic alter-ego, Gazelle. Paulo is HIV+ but never got sick before and now he sees his own life is in danger for the first time. With the sudden and tragic sad death of Eric, his partner of seven years, Paulo must pass through a life transformation. Looking to survive, he embarks on a conscious transformation, beginning with filtering what matters in his life. On his path, besides the new lover, he finds collaborators that push him forward in life and show more meanings for the word Love. Written by Cesar Terranova
Just the Three of Us
Film (short) by Angela Tucker (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Camera and Electrical Department Just The Three Of Us is a short fiction film about an interracial couple in their 70s looking to spice up their marriage.
Brave Little Soldier
Film (short) by Anna Lakomy (Drama and Thriller) Cinematographer An elite female soldier returns from Afghanistan with a dark secret.
Film (short) by Daniel Finkelman (Drama, History and Musical) Camera and Electrical Department Set in the early 70s, a Holocaust survivor tries to come to terms with his past in order to save his relationship with his family in the present.
BIG CHINA/lil' crise
Film by Paul Gallasch (Documentary, Comedy, Drama and Family) Camera and Electrical Department As his son moves closer to independence, a father must come to terms with own success and failures.
Film by Marco Curti (History) Cinematographer
Quiet de luxe
Film (short) by Gary Ploski (Drama, Family and Sci-Fi) Camera and Electrical Department Two girls communicate across time through an antique typewriter.
New York Film and Entertainment Soccer Tournament
Film (short) by Sharon Brooks (Sport) Camera and Electrical Department The 2nd annual New York Film & Entertainment Soccer Tournament founded by Dylan Leiner [Sony Pictures Classics] and Jeffrey Saunders [Cinema Capital] in partnership with the Tribeca Film Festival took place on April 21, 2012 at Pier 40 blending celebrities from the sport and entertainment industry. People from all walks of life came together for this day to play soccer and cheer for their favorites. The entertainment industry tournament boasted well over 40 teams, including Facebook, ESPN, Tribeca Enterprises, The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, Sony Pictures Classics, Focus Features and many more. The celebrities included people from the sports and entertainment industries including Detroit Lions Defensive Back Ndamukong Suh, former US National Team soccer players Claudio Reyna, Jeff Agoos, Brian McBride, Eddie Lewis, Chris Armas, along with a plethora of entertainment talent. NYFEST's proceeds goes to underserved kids of New York City and supports organizations like City Soccer in ... Written by Dorottya Mathe
Film by Louis Mole (Documentary, Crime and Family) Cinematographer A newly released prisoner from the South Bronx, Randy, struggles to reconnect with his children after re-entering society.
Film (short) by Louisa Merino (Documentary, Biography and Drama) Cinematographer The story that first broke the silence for gay teens continues bringing hope and saving lives 20 years later.
The Highest Cost
Film (short) by Matteo Brunetta (Documentary, Drama, History and News) Cinematographer John and Jeff, two 9/11 First Responders, are fighting to be recognized and compensated by the US Government while they are battling the cancer which developed from months of working at Ground Zero.
Just in Case
Film (short) by Arkady Podkopaev (Comedy) Cinematographer What happens when a man who has every intention of cheating on his wife finds out she has a plan to cheat on him?
Film (short) by Arkady Podkopaev (Drama) Cinematographer A man tries to make his life appear better then it is, so he can impress his dying father.
Hip Hop Hassid
Film by Francesco Anselmi (Documentary and Biography) Camera and Electrical Department Hip Hop Hassid is not a conventional documentary about music, because Shnuer Hasofer is not a conventional artist. As his alter ego Describe, Shneur doesn't rap about expensive cars, top shelf liquor, or demeaning women, because he is an observant, Hassidic Jew. Shneur views music as a medium to awaken the human soul, and decides to expose himself outside his own community in Crown Heights, Brooklyn to confront and challenge racial and religious conflicts. Written by Anonymous
Black Folk Don't
Television (News) Camera and Electrical Department
26 & Never Been Kissed
Film (short) by Sarah Choi (Documentary, Comedy, Drama and Romance) Cinematographer 26-year-old filmmaker challenges herself to conquer her fear of relationships to go on a date for the first time in her life. As she battles with the issues of self-image and cynicism to find romance, she finds herself morphing into a more confident and radiant woman. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Jozsef Patyi (Drama, Music and Mystery) Cinematographer A tragic love has come to the final act.
Looking for Me, in America.
Film by Marco Vitale (Documentary and Adventure) Cinematographer, Producer, Director, Editor, Writer, Self The journey of a young Italian filmmaker across the United States, looking for something he lost when he moved there - himself.
Film (short) by Manon Gauthier (Documentary and Music) Cinematographer New York's ukulele scene is divided: while some players just want to have fun, others struggle for respect, with tensions rising as the city's annual Uke Fest approaches. Into this mix, an outsider works up the nerve to play his first live show. Who knew such a happy little instrument could cause so much trouble. N.Y. UKE takes viewers into the city's booming underground ukulele community, it's downtown and uptown venues and the growing number of amateur performers who take the stage for laughs - intentionally or not - or musical appreciation. Written by Anonymous
La torre de papel
Film by Antonio Scognamillo (Documentary, Adventure, Drama and Family) Cinematographer, Producer, Director, Editor The dreams and hopes of a better life, told through the voices of some 'indocumentados' Mexicans, who risk their lives to entering the United States of America.
Message in a Bottle
Film (short) by Simone di Maria (Drama and Family) Producer, Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Una vita tranquilla
Film by Claudio Cupellini (Crime and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew The story of a man who murdered thirty-two people, gained power, and then got afraid because too many people wanted to kill him. One August morning, he disappeared. For fifteen years, everyone believed him dead. Instead, he was living in a little hotel near Frankfurt, with a wife and a young German son. Then, when the trains filled with waste departed from Naples, the past climbed on board. This is the story of a man who, while trying to kill a chestnut tree with a copper nail, was grabbed from behind by his past. And was forced to settle the score. Written by Anonymous
Film by Paola Randi (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew
University of Rome 3