Tony Urgo

Tony Urgo

Editor, Colorist, Visual Effects Artist and Post-Production Supervisor

Sunnyvale, California

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May 2016
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About Tony

Credits

  • Baja

    Baja (2018)
    Film (Comedy) Editorial department Four college kids on a Mexican road trip seem bound for debauchery and disaster until they, and their trip, are unexpectedly redeemed by a series of magical events and miracles.

  • Martyrs and Marauders

    Martyrs and Marauders (2017)
    Film (Drama) Editor Add a Plot »

  • The Ice Cream Truck

    The Ice Cream Truck (2017)
    Film (Comedy, Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Visual effects Mary moves back to her suburban hometown, to find that the suburbs are scarier in more ways than she ever remembered.

  • The Valley

    The Valley (2017)
    Film (Drama and Mystery) Visual effects Devastated by his daughter's suicide, an immigrant entrepreneur working in high-tech seeks answers to his lingering questions.

  • You Can't Say No

    You Can't Say No (2017)
    Film (Comedy) Editorial department Just days from signing divorce papers, Hank and Alexandra give their relationship one final shot by playing a game with only one rule: no matter what they ask each other to do, they can't say no.

  • Adaline

    Adaline (2015)
    Film (Thriller) Editorial department Adaline's terrifying visions bleed through from the past and become Daniela's present-day nightmares.

  • Fist 2 Fist 2: Weapon of Choice

    Fist 2 Fist 2: Weapon of Choice (2014)
    Film (Action and Adventure) Editor Retired assassin, Jack Lee, walked away from his violent past to raise his dead brother's daughter, Jaime, as his own. When crime lord Banducci kidnaps Jaime for a payback, Jack brings his gifted skills of extermination out of retirement and the streets of San Francisco become a battleground for a one man killing machine and ruthless, united mob bosses. Written by Jino Kang

  • The Last Act

    The Last Act (2014)
    Film (Drama and Mystery) Visual effects Ailing former playwright must confront ghosts from his past when a suspicious new caregiver begins to take control of his life.

  • Betel Nut Girl

    Betel Nut Girl (2013)
    Film (Drama and Romance) Editor The fate of three people -- an old China hand (Jack), a Taiwanese girl from the wrong side of town (Sung-nee) and an American engineer (Marty) -- intersect in the days before a cross-strait political crisis threatens to engulf Taiwan.

  • Ellie Can't Fail

    Ellie Can't Fail (2012)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Editor Ellie moves to New York City for her new job and needs to find a room to rent over the weekend. She uses Craigslist to find places, but her potential roommates turn out to be anything but sane.

  • What's Art Doing? PSA

    What's Art Doing? PSA (2012)
    Video (Short and Fantasy) Visual effects This socio-fantasy short film attempts to dispel the impression that art does not do anything tangible to benefit people's lives.

  • Lunch Thief

    Lunch Thief (2011)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Editor A comedy short filmed in the offices of historic San Francisco Chronicle building. A passive, hard-working employee. Her aggressive, bully co-worker. And their assertive, no-nonsense boss. It may look like business as usual at Allvice Insurance Corp. But, look again. Lately, the offices have been hit by a disaster for which even they don't have insurance. An elusive lunch thief. Will the stern tactics of the boss stop the steady stream of disappearing lunches from the office fridge? Written by Anonymous

  • Nighthawks

    Nighthawks (2011)
    Film (Short, Drama and Musical) Editor Two lonely strangers have a late night rendezvous in a 1940's diner. Each character's back-story and emotional reality is revealed in song, enhanced by iconic noir visuals. Their brief encounter is dramatized in a scene featuring witty, cynical, but emotionally charged dialog, reminiscent of classic noir. Written by Anonymous

  • Pretty

    Pretty (2011)
    Film (Short and Drama) Editor Impulsive choices are often born of deeper motives. A dark, brief tale of the path ill-taken.

  • Fist 2 Fist

    Fist 2 Fist (2011)
    Film (Action) Editor Years ago, Ken Min failed to stop his friend from killing a young couple, leaving their infant son orphaned. After his friend is sent to prison for the crime, Ken spends his life running away from his shame. Seeking redemption, he teaches mixed Martial Arts out of a community youth center. But Ken is ultimately forced to face his past when the orphaned boy finds his way into Ken's life, and Ken's murderous friend is released from prison. When he discovers that these two events are not a coincidence, Ken must choose between a heroic act of self-sacrifice or the self-preservation of running away. Written by Kurt Nangle

  • Wan Chai Baby

    Wan Chai Baby (2010)
    Film (Drama) Editor Tess arrives in Hong Kong as a maid to support her son and family back in the Philippines. It's 1997, and as Hong Kong prepares for its handover to China, Tess' life changes in ways she could not imagine.

  • The Angst

    The Angst (2010)
    Video (Short and Drama) Editorial department An evocative silent film depicting the angst of a teenager during the course of a pregnancy test.

  • The Shockley Tapes

    The Shockley Tapes (2010)
    Video (Documentary, Biography and History) Cinematographer Nobel laureate William Shockley transformed the world with his invention of the transistor, only to destroy his reputation and career in pursuit of a different field of science.

  • Conflict Zone

    Conflict Zone (2009)
    Film (Short and Drama) Editor A war journalist experiences a crisis of conscience and career when he loses his professional detachment.

  • Street Games

    Street Games (2009)
    Video (Documentary, Biography and History) Editor Several days in the lives, and profiles of, the owners and players of the open air street chess tables in downtown San Francisco. An informative and insightful portrait of a freely public, yet effectively anonymous, subculture: a unique and colorful patch of eccentric americana in the urban quilt of an international city. Written by Anonymous

  • Tooth Fairy

    Tooth Fairy (2009)
    Film (Short and Family) Editor Mom won't tell her the truth; and the boy in the park said it's your parents who put the money under the pillow. Caroline takes matters into her own hands to discover the truth about the tooth fairy.

  • Silicon Shield

    Silicon Shield (2009)
    Film (Documentary) Editor The comeback story of Taiwan, which took an enormous risk by basing national survival on electronics after being abandoned by the world at China's behest. This documentary illustrates how semiconductor technology was used as a national defense strategy by Taiwan, and later how the development of the high tech industries in China and Taiwan reduced the threat of military conflict in the volatile Taiwan Straits. Written by Craig Addison

  • 391 San Antonio

    391 San Antonio (2009)
    Film (Short) Cinematographer Silicon Valley is known worldwide as the global center of high tech innovation. In large part, the spark that ignited Silicon Valley can be traced back to a 50 year-old dispute that occurred in the building at 391 San Antonio Road, Mountain View, California - original home of the Shockley Semiconductor Labs. Through interviews with historians and surviving former employees of Shockley Labs, this documentary short recounts the events that indirectly led to the explosive growth of Silicon Valley. Written by Anonymous

  • Blind

    Blind (2008)
    Film (Short) Editor Recently moved to a new neighborhood, Joshua must run an intimidating gauntlet everyday on his way to school until his mother gives him something to boost his confidence. What she doesn't expect is Joshua's hyperactive imagination and how he turns a simple token into his new best friend. Written by Tony Urgo

  • Vicious

    Vicious (2007)
    Film (Short and Mystery) Editor Add a Plot »

  • No One Ever Wins

    No One Ever Wins (2007)
    Film (Documentary) Editor "No One Ever Wins" documents life in Lebanon in the aftermath of the unexpected and suddenly ignited war between Hezbollah and Israel in July of 2006. The story is told through the interviewees' experiences and personal stories, among them Lebanese-Americans, a Shi'ite schoolteacher who lost several of her students in the bombardment, ordinary families whose homes were destroyed by rockets, and United Nations peacekeepers doing their best to restore stability and peace to the lives of the Lebanese. From personal reports of life in Beirut during the war, to a journey across the devastated landscape of South Lebanon - where the brunt of the destruction occurred - this documentary speaks with ordinary Lebanese civilians of their loss, not only of physical property and personal lives, but a longer lasting loss of peace and prosperity, and hope for the future. The documentary also includes a harrowing day with the UN bomb disposal team, and an insightful record of the Hezbollah victory ... Written by Tony Urgo

  • No Second Thoughts

    No Second Thoughts (2004)
    Film (Mystery, Short and Drama) Editor In this tightly woven psychological thriller, Rick, an investigative reporter and Kim, his vulnerable, alluring female informant, meet in a hotel room for a brief encounter that leads to unexpected and tragic consequences.

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