Vincent Vittorio

Vincent Vittorio

Life Is My Movie Entertainment

Director, distributor and producer in Los Angeles, California

About Vincent

Vincent is the founder of Life Is My Movie Entertainment, a company built on his ambition to elevate the documentary genre through visionary means of development, production and distribution.

Under Vincent’s leadership, Life Is My Movie Entertainment continues to grow and has assembled a team of vested partners to facilitate the influx of interest from filmmakers, collaborators, and audiences interested in his company. As an innovative collaborator, Vincent’s contagious leadership style creates a “skin in the game” atmosphere of total teamwork and mutual respect. He has been a featured speaker at colleges and universities nationwide and has also been a featured guest on Bloomberg, CBS, Fox Business, MSNBC, C-SPAN, Huffington Post Live, and Fox News among others.

Vincent’s belief in the stirring power of documentary coupled with his dedication to maintaining integrity in non-fiction storytelling have set the table for exponential growth in the years ahead. His mission is simple: to grow Life Is My Movie Entertainment into one of the most respected names in the entertainment industry. His drive and work ethic work in concert with his ability to find unique ways to reach large audiences.

A graduate of the University of Florida, Vincent earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism with an emphasis in Telecommunication Production as well as a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Film and Media studies. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California with his wife, Jessica and four children, Lucca, Abrianna, Giuliana and Viviana.

Name: Vincent Vittorio

Lives in: Los Angeles, California

Company: Life Is My Movie Entertainment

Occupation: Director, Distributor and Producer


  • Incarcerating US

    Incarcerating US (2016)
    Film (Documentary) Producer Incarcerating US exposes the US prison problem and explores ways to unshackle the Land of the Free.

  • One Day in April

    One Day in April (2016)
    Film (Documentary and Sport) Producer 'One Day in April' follows four teams of college cyclists as they prepare for the Indiana University Little 500, a grueling bicycle race held each year in Bloomington, Ind. 'One Day in April' tells the story behind the race - how the riders spend months and sometimes years preparing themselves mentally and physically for one race and one shot at glory.

  • The True Cost

    The True Cost (2015)
    Film (Documentary, Biography, Drama and News) Producer This is a story about clothing. It's about the clothes we wear, the people who make them, and the impact the industry is having on our world. The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost is a groundbreaking documentary film that pulls back the curtain on the untold story and asks us to consider, who really pays the price for our clothing?

  • Nerd Prom: Inside Washinton's Wildest Week

    Nerd Prom: Inside Washinton's Wildest Week (2015)
    Film (Documentary) Producer It's a cruel irony: During a time in which Americans' approval of their representatives and reporters in Washington stands at embarrassing lows, the single biggest event in the United States' capital each year is not one filled with civic-mindedness and public service. Instead, it is an unadulterated self-celebration known as the White House Correspondents' Association's annual dinner. What began in 1921 as a one night dinner affair has escalated into a five day celebration each spring that consists of nearly two dozen parties, and the dinner and these parties represent the hottest and most sought after tickets in town as well as the single most important opportunity for those trying to influence Washington's power players. While the Association attempts to frame the weekend as being about the important and increasingly difficult work of White House correspondents, the festivities have taken on an entirely different purpose. For ten years, reporter Patrick Gavin observed and covered ...

  • American Made Movie Tour

    American Made Movie Tour (2014)
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  • GreasePaint

    GreasePaint (2013)
    Film (Documentary, Comedy, Drama and History) Producer GreasePaint is a documentary film by Daniel Espeut that follows Joey Thurmond and his family as they travel around the country performing the art of American circus clowning. The movie resurrects the dying art of clowning demonstrated by Joey's love for the craft and makes sure that people see the human side of clowning. While the over-arching story focuses on Joey and his ability to balance the business and family life, the viewer also hears from circus performers, old and new, discussing the positive and negative connotations that people have of clowns. Having started the clowning full time, Joey Thurmond has put his life savings and police pension into his ultimate passion. He overhauls the new show completely with a new background, traveling set, and living quarters. The family starts the year not knowing whether they will have enough money to make it back home from the road. His wife, Jamie, manages a lot of the day to day affairs and keeps the peace in the family. Joey's son, ... Written by Greg Gimpelevich

  • American Made Movie

    American Made Movie (2013)
    Film (Documentary, Drama, History and News) Producer American Made Movie looks back on the glory days of U.S. manufacturing when there was a more balanced relationship between the goods produced and consumed, and illustrates how technology and globalization have changed the competitive landscape for companies doing business in America, as well as overseas. By illustrating the successes of companies and entrepreneurs that, of their own accord, have prospered without adopting the practices of their competitors, American Made Movie shows the positive impact these jobs can have on national and local economies in the face of great challenges. Written by Anonymous

  • An Inconvenient Tax

    An Inconvenient Tax (2011)
    Film (Documentary) Producer Albert Einstein once wrote, "The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax." The product of 95 years worth of additions, subtractions, deductions, and exclusions, it has become such a headache that many are calling for it to be drastically simplified or even removed all together. With a looming fiscal crisis on the horizon, April 15th seems more like a scene from a B-Horror horror movie than a day to contribute to the common good of the nation. Political favoritism, ineffective social programs, and economic manipulations all reveal the need for tax reform. But how can Americans decide the best way to change the income tax when few people even understand the code or the vast extent to which it truly affects the country? An Inconvenient Tax explores the history of the income tax and brings to light the causes of its many complexities. The film follows the tax through wars, economic booms, and some of the most significant presidencies in U.S. history. To help crack the ... Written by Life Is My Movie Entertainment

  • A Fighting Chance

    A Fighting Chance (2010)
    Film (Documentary, Biography and Sport) Producer A FIGHTING CHANCE is the vivid, character-driven story of Kyle Maynard, a young man born without arms or legs. At just 23 years of age, Kyle already became a top-ranked wrestler, ESPY award-winner, motivational speaker and bestselling author. However, when Kyle seeks an official Mixed Martial Arts match against an able-bodied fighter -- a highly controversial and dangerous goal -- he has to face even greater challenges in a world that fails to see him as anything but "disabled." Whether fighting in the MMA cage or extending his "No Excuses" philosophy to recovering military veterans, Kyle Maynard shows what life can be like when every day is a battle. Ask yourself: what is a disability? What is normal? A FIGHTING CHANCE premieres on ESPN, November 8th. Proceeds from all sales of the film are going to benefit the injured men and women in our armed forces. Go to to learn more. Written by Anonymous

  • Dangerous Calling

    Dangerous Calling (2008)
    Film (Thriller) Producer A suspense thriller set in the world of small town church politics, Dangerous Calling follows the story of Pastor Evan Burke and his wife Nora as they assume leadership of First Baptist Willit Springs after the mysterious death of the previous pastor. Eager to get to know the new pastor, Miss Pat, the church's controlling widow-woman, invites Evan and Nora to stay with her while she has the parsonage renovated. Left alone at Miss Pat's beautiful home in the mountains of North Georgia, Nora begins to suspect that Miss Pat's extremely sheltered adult son, Elijah, may have had something to do with the previous pastor's death. Although the story involves Christian characters, Dangerous Calling is not your typical church film. Owing more to Psycho and Misery than Left Behind, Dangerous Calling is sure to keep you on the edge of the pew. In this church the politics can be deadly. Written by Josh Daws

  • Little Men

    Little Men (2005)
    Film (Drama and Family) Director Little Men is a story that captures how we grow up. The film takes the question of, "Whether girls should be allowed in the clubhouse," and focuses on the reality of the situation. The children, boys and girls, each realize if he or she is a leader or a follower, and struggle with this issue. The children, learning, fight to grow and to understand the next stage in their life, reminiscent for those who are already Big, and foretelling for those still Little.; Written by Scott Landy

  • Lost Bike

    Lost Bike (2003)
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  • Divine Reality

    Divine Reality (2001)
    Film (Drama) Director Divine Reality is the story of a young man's journey to seek the true meaning behind faith and spirituality. An occurrence in this young man's life causes him to question and doubt all that he has been taught. Through careful research and personal exploration he begins to understand the questions we all seek to answer. Written by


  • Savannah College of Art and Design (Savannah, GA)

  • University of Florida (Gainesville, FL)

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