Cucillo Consad

Cinematographer | Co-Director 

 

After receiving his Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1999, Cucillo began working as a motion picture editor, cinematographer and director. His style leverages traditional photographic technique with intimacy and intuition to capture sincerity in the visual depiction of moments.

 

Cucillo is an award winning filmmaker known for his cinematography work on the A&E original documentary series, "Random 1". Cucillo assisted in developing a post-production workflow utilizing the largest Apple Xsan network on a television series, in addition to building the visual style of the show.

 

Cucillo has helmed a number of notable projects since 2006 including the independent short films "The Date" and "He Drove". His camera and editorial credits include the documentary film "Lost in Woonsocket", which premiered at SXSW and is currently part of OWN's Super Soul Sunday, The horror film "V/H/S/2", the PBS documentary series P.O.V episode "The Learning", the TLC reality documentary film "Mother Knows Sex", the independent documentary film "Euphoria" and the independent documentary film, "Evil in Modern Thought".

 

His most recent endeavor, "Notown", is a documentary film that examines the city of Detroit's latest gentrification through the city's emerging water crisis. The film documents the state of Emergency Management and bankruptcy from the perspective of residents, community leaders and a UN special envoy sent to investigate allegations of human rights violations.

Cucillo Consad

Cinematographer | Co-Director 

 

After receiving his Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1999, Cucillo began working as a motion picture editor, cinematographer and director. His style leverages traditional photographic technique with intimacy and intuition to capture sincerity in the visual depiction of moments.

 

Cucillo is an award winning filmmaker known for his cinematography work on the A&E original documentary series, "Random 1". Cucillo assisted in developing a post-production workflow utilizing the largest Apple Xsan network on a television series, in addition to building the visual style of the show.

 

Cucillo has helmed a number of notable projects since 2006 including the independent short films "The Date" and "He Drove". His camera and editorial credits include the documentary film "Lost in Woonsocket", which premiered at SXSW and is currently part of OWN's Super Soul Sunday, The horror film "V/H/S/2", the PBS documentary series P.O.V episode "The Learning", the TLC reality documentary film "Mother Knows Sex", the independent documentary film "Euphoria" and the independent documentary film, "Evil in Modern Thought".

 

His most recent endeavor, "Notown", is a documentary film that examines the city of Detroit's latest gentrification through the city's emerging water crisis. The film documents the state of Emergency Management and bankruptcy from the perspective of residents, community leaders and a UN special envoy sent to investigate allegations of human rights violations.

Cucillo Consad

Cinematographer | Co-Director 

 

After receiving his Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1999, Cucillo began working as a motion picture editor, cinematographer and director. His style leverages traditional photographic technique with intimacy and intuition to capture sincerity in the visual depiction of moments.

 

Cucillo is an award winning filmmaker known for his cinematography work on the A&E original documentary series, "Random 1". Cucillo assisted in developing a post-production workflow utilizing the largest Apple Xsan network on a television series, in addition to building the visual style of the show.

 

Cucillo has helmed a number of notable projects since 2006 including the independent short films "The Date" and "He Drove". His camera and editorial credits include the documentary film "Lost in Woonsocket", which premiered at SXSW and is currently part of OWN's Super Soul Sunday, The horror film "V/H/S/2", the PBS documentary series P.O.V episode "The Learning", the TLC reality documentary film "Mother Knows Sex", the independent documentary film "Euphoria" and the independent documentary film, "Evil in Modern Thought".

 

His most recent endeavor, "Notown", is a documentary film that examines the city of Detroit's latest gentrification through the city's emerging water crisis. The film documents the state of Emergency Management and bankruptcy from the perspective of residents, community leaders and a UN special envoy sent to investigate allegations of human rights violations.

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