Javier is a director, writer and editor in film and television. He has directed international awarded short films such as "7 Días", "Crocodile Nile", "The Dance of the Infants", and the feature documentary "Lo imposible de lo imposible", which captured an audience share of 39.2% in Telecinco, the biggest channel in Spain. He's edited trailers, live action feature films, and documentaries for NBC, FOX, Amazon, and Netflix, such as "The People's Fighters", produced by Mandalay Sports Media and The Kennedy/Marshall Company, and live action feature "Prescience", starring Linda Gray and Eric Roberts.
A prominent Hollywood agent once told Vin Conzo she “liked his voice.” For the sake of this bio, let’s assume it was in reference to the New Jersey based writer’s skill and not his silky-smooth vocal delivery. With many screenplays under his belt, Vin has won numerous short script competitions, while also selling jokes to various comedy outlets. After optioning a horror-comedy script, Vin decided to detour from his “comedy comfort zone” and write the short psychological thriller “Fifty,” which he and Javier Dampierre are currently working on adapting into a feature length film.