Sundance, Tribeca, Edinburgh and Rotterdam Film Festivals, as well as an abandoned World War II bunker in Italy are just a few places where Scott Calonico’s films have been screened. His movies have also been featured on websites such as Comedy Central, The Atlantic Monthly, Boing Boing, Dangerous Minds, Retronaut and VICE. He's even appeared as a defendant on the Judge Joe Brown show.
That same year, Scott also served as producer and animator on the feature film, “No No: A Dockumentary,” which premiered at Sundance 2014 and was distributed theatrically in the US. In 2015 he was awarded a documentary commission from the Scottish Documentary Institute as well as premiering his short When AIDS Was Funny in Vanity Fair. Don't believe it? Check out the Wikipedia page!
He holds a BSc in Radio/TV/Film from the University of Texas and an MA from City University, London in International Journalism. Currently he splits his time between Edinburgh, Scotland and Berlin, Germany where he is working on developing his first feature/documentary series, Betrayal.