Patrick DeVita-Dillon is a New York area based filmmaker who was born and raised in Greenwich, CT. From an early age, Mr. DeVita-Dillon has had an interest in film and cinephilia. He began making films in high school, specializing in experimental and documentary films. In 2011, he became a finalist at the national C-Span Student Cam competition for his film Say Anything, a documentary about students’ first amendment rights.
After graduating from high school in 2012, Patrick DeVita-Dillon attended Pratt Institute, graduating with honors in 2017 with a BFA in Film/Video, where he made a variety of short films including Beat Generation, Carmine, and Un Figlio.
The films of Patrick DeVita-Dillon have premiered at a number of international film festivals including the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, Fanboy Film Festival, and the Rural Film Festival in Spain, where his film Carmine won Best Bizarre Film.
Since 2017, Mr. DeVita-Dillon has been employed as the lead video content editor at C-SuiteTV, a an online business centric television network, which streams its content on Amazon Firestick, Apple TV, and Roku. It is also broadcast on BizTV and on United Airlines.
In his personal time, Mr. DeVita-Dillon is working on a number of scripts that are at various stages of development. Some of the scripts in development include "Taste of Sexuality", "A Terrible Existence", and "Untitled Mormon Script". He is currently preparing The Absence of the Father, a slow cinema film about the son of a faith healer who must come to terms with his existence after the death of his father.