Matt Vincent Serano is a director and writer, known for The Crossroads of Fate (2005), The Potts: How the Cookie Crumbled (2009) and Conscience Divided (2009).
Name: Vincent Serano
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
Occupation: Cinematographer, Content Creator, Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Filmmaker, Motion Graphic Design, Music Composer and Producer
Film (short) by James A. Lee (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Visual effects A group of high-schoolers get together to make a slip-shod movie. Little do they know their director has accidentally recorded their truest emotions for each other: their interactions between takes.
Film (short) by Matt Vincent Serano (Thriller) Director, Writer, Cinematographer, Editor, Producer, Composer, Actor Dr. Phillip Friedman, a well known television icon, is called to the aid of a convicted murderer, Nathan Broame. Responding to the repeated pleas of Nathan's family and an overwhelming sense of fate, Phillip quickly finds himself drawn into a puzzle that he must help Nathan solve. From the moment he meets Nathan, Phillip realizes that he has fallen into the middle of something inexplicable and that Nathan is far more than he seems. The question is; Can Phillip reveal what is hidden in the darkest corners of Nathan's mind before time runs out? Written by Matt Vincent Serano
The Potts: How the Cookie Crumbled
Film (short) by Matt Vincent Serano (Action, Comedy and Crime) Director, Writer, Cinematographer, Visual effects, Editor, Producer, Composer, Sound department It is a new day, a new age of creativity for the hit man game when Johnny Potts and the gang take names that reflect their methods of murder. But like any tight knit crew, there is always someone trying to steal the thunder. In this comedy short, The Cookie, challenges The Potts in a classic showdown to determine who is the most creative, or should I say innovative, hit man on the scene. Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Matt Vincent Serano (Thriller) Director, Writer, Cinematographer, Editor, Producer, Composer Jack's girlfriend of four years, Alyssa, has just accepted a scholarship to USC and will be leaving Arizona soon. Jack feels that his choices are limited to going along with her to L.A and ending his career, or ending their relationship. In a state of indecision and confusion, Jack storms off to take a drive and think, but a late night car crash changes everything. Trapped within the shadows of his own mind, Jack will have to face his fears or die. Only by finding the love in his life and dwelling within those moments can he save himself. Only Jack can determine his own Proximity to life or death. Written by Matt Vincent Serano
Video by Huw Bowen (Thriller) Visual effects A psychiatrist's wife is gunned down by her husband's crazed patient outside a fine restaurant. In his efforts to debunk the delusions that drove his patient's violent attack, Dr. David Lake encounters and reveals more than meets the eye. Alien abductions, serial hit-and-run murders, missing persons and horrors committed by unknown creatures brings this story into focus, but it is the twisted ending that you won't see coming nor soon forget! Inspired by the real events of the "Phoenix Lights", this story will have you wondering about what might happen when you go to bed tonight. Written by Echelon Studios
The Crossroads of Fate
Film by Matt Vincent Serano Director, Writer, Cinematographer, Visual effects, Editor, Producer, Special effects, Art director, Casting director, Production manager On the night Rebecca Stone found her father dead, she saw something unexplainable. Since then, she's sought out death, in hope of finding an answer. Unable to solve the mystery, and saddened by the loss of her friends, she gives up her research in favor of a normal life with her boyfriend Mark, who has been harboring the childhood pain of his own mother's death. On a night meant to signify a new beginning, Rebecca's fate collides with that of two strangers. While trying to make sense of all the new madness, Rebecca finds herself again faced with her own tragedy and another question; Whose fate is whose? Rebecca might be done with her research, but fate is not done with her. Written by Matt Vincent Serano