Michael DiBiasio is the Writer and Director of The Videoblogs, a feature film about mental health and reaching out through technology (slated for theatrical and VOD release in 2016).
He has also directed, produced and edited two short films and a featurette, all three of which were successfully direct-distributed to a small but growing (and wonderful) audience. Michael is also the Writer and Executive Producer of The Confession, a comedic short about a situation we’ve all experienced but don’t often talk about.
He hosts and produces Coffee with Creatives, a podcast about creative productivity, and blogs regularly at mdibiasio.com. Michael lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two kids (actually a cat and a dog). He is a frequent Twitterer (@MichaelDiBiasio) and enjoys a nice sandwich.
Unique traits: Faced death, once. Won.
Film by Self (Drama) Writer, Director, Producer, Cinematographer, Editor The life of a struggling young woman takes a surprise turn when a troubled teenager finds her private video journal.
Film (short) by Self (Comedy) Writer, Executive Producer Jacob just spent the night at Ellen's for the first time. The still-new couple wanders into Brooklyn the next morning, to hang out. Jacob acts strange. Ellen wonders why. A confession is coming. And it's not what you expect.
Film (short) by Idling Prohibited Productions (Drama and Sci-Fi) Writer/Director A reclusive young woman decides to brave a night out in NYC and is confronted by an increasingly isolating series of strange events.
Film (short) by Three Crazy Ladies Writer/Co-producer
Sex and Justice
Film (short) by Idling Prohibited Productions (Crime and Drama) Writer/Director A pair of frustrated detectives and a confessed murderess go up against a corrupt District Attorney in this throw-back neo-noir crime drama.
Film (short) by Idling Prohibited Productions (Crime and Drama) Writer/Director An old school thug's attempt to redeem himself for a past mistake is made more complicated when he meets a beautiful, mysterious young waitress while on the job.
Honorable Mention (Directing, Editing, Acting): Columbia University Undergraduate Film Festival
Columbia University in the City of New York (New York, NY)