A 2007 UK Kodak Student Commercials Award winner (Best in Brief), and 2008 UK Digital Camera Photographer of the Year Nominee Vincenzo Condorelli is an Italian cinematographer who graduated from the London Film School in 2009. Among his credits in the UK: Hard Time Bus, directed by Dean Charles, that has been featured in several festivals around the globe, winning the Best Feature Award at the Hollywood Black Film Festival (2013) amongst others. In Italy his works have been showcased in the most prominent festivals, such as Venice (Future Reloaded, 2013, directed by Franco Maresco), and Turin (Triangle, 2014, directed by Costanza Quatriglio). Trianglealso won the 2015 Silver Ribbon Award for Best Documentary, Italy’s main national film award.
In 2014 Vincenzo won the Best Cinematographer Award at at the Salon Internacional de la Luz in Bogota’, Colombia, Latin America’s main cinematographers festival, for his work on Nessuno Vuole Piu’ Morire (2014, directed by Giovanni Prisco), and the following yeara Special Mention for Best Cinematography (Oggi e’ il Giorno di Festa, 2015, directed by Giovanni Prisco) at the same festival. In India, Vincenzo has recently collaborated in the shooting of Ghoul, a Netflix original mini series, directed by Patrick Graham, coproduced by Phantom Films and Ivanhoe Films (U.S.).
Vincenzo Condorelli also directed (and shot) a feature documentary: San Nicandro-Safed- Eti’s Journey(2010), that got the 2ndplace for Best Documentary at the 11thEdition of the World Jewish Eye Festival (Israel).
In 2013 Vincenzo Condorelli was a Testimonial for Sony Cinema Europe.
In 2014 Vincenzo Condorelli becomes a Board member of AIC – the Italian Society of Cinematographers.