I’m currently studying Film and Television at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts with a concentration in cinematography. While cinema is my passion, my interest in moving pictures stems from my general fascination with the still image—something I hope you’ll find true in my work.
If you’re interested in utilizing my services, I’m always open to collaboration and offer some of my work at www.vincentcota.com as well as contact information in case you like what you see.
Dating My Mother
Film (Comedy) Camera and Electrical Department Dating My Mother explores the intimate and sometimes tumultuous relationship between a single mother and her gay son as they navigate the dizzying world of online dating.
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Film (Short and Drama) Camera and Electrical Department In Getting Off, Dane, a recent college graduate in New York City, reflects on his time working as an escort to pay his way through school as he prepares to take his first real job in another city. Before he leaves, Dane decides to pay his dearest client, Harris, one last visit. Harris, a sweet middle aged man, has been paying Dane for sex and companionship during Dane's time in school. As the reality of their last time together sets in, the two recount their history together and discover that getting off to a new start apart might be more difficult than they thought.
Film (Short and Comedy) Transportation department A lonely kid answers a Help Wanted ad and embarks on a "bolt-tastic" business venture with the most notorious paperweight salesman on 5th Avenue: a nine-year-old named Eddy.
Film (Short, Comedy, Drama, Fantasy and 2 More) Camera and Electrical Department 'Coquette' is a tragicomedy drama about a family that discovers a mysterious orphan who can miraculously heal and exploits her to violent and tragic results in their small town. A bleak and fun short film trying to bring a little more surrealism into the world. It is an experimental mishmash of Peter Greenaway, Béla Tarr, Stanley Kubrick, and Roberto Gavaldòn's 'Macario' attempted, with much love and endeavored poetry, in 10 minutes. The bleak and anachronistic setting of the narrative film is placed entirely in a cluttered warehouse, featuring minimalist and deconstructed sets aiming to evoke a metatheatrical portrayal for your enjoyment.
Film (Short and Drama) Cinematographer A teenage girl searches for someone to confide in when her drug-addicted mother loses their home.
Best of Royal Coast Cluster at the Thailand International Film Destination Festival (Thailand)
Best of Video Photographers on Thumbtack.com (Phoenix, AZ)
Tisch Sight and Sound Showcase (New York, NY)
New York University (New York, NY)