Ethan Vincent

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Ethan Vincent, 2009
Ethan Vincent graduated from Brigham Young University in 2001 with a degree in Film Directing.

Vincent’s recognition as an editor began with his work on the documentary Truth & Conviction.

In November 2003, Ethan was hired as an Associate Editor and After Effects artist for Sony's first animated feature ‘Open Season.’ The following year, Ethan worked as the main film editor for two feature films, ‘Believe’ and ‘Everything You Want’ for ABC Family. In addition to editing, Ethan has directed several shorts and completed three documentaries: 'Fire on Ice,' 'The Legacy of J. Reuben Clark.' and ‘The Romney Code: The Life and Ethics of George W. Romney,’ which aired on KBYU and BYUTV in October, 2008.

Vincent owns his own production company, Exile Productions and created several independent documentaries, including a 40 min. piece about the decline of Classical studies in the United States, called 'Moscow Classics: The Classic Life of Louis Perraud.' One of his main clients is LEGO for whom Vincent is creating an extensive Behind-The-Scenes DVD featurette for LEGO's upcoming MMOG release Lego Universe. Vincent worked with Saints and Soldiers' writer Matt Whitaker. The co-written screenplay Truth and Treason was optioned by Kaleidoscope Pictures with Haley Joel Osment and Max von Sydow attached.

In 2001, he was awarded an Oscarson Discovery Grant which allowed him to complete his short film “Sublimating Arthur” for various film festivals. Vincent received a Case Award of Excellence for his commercial for the EMBA Program at the Marriott School of Business. He received a Rocky Mountain Regional Emmy in 2009 for his work as the producer of The Romney Code: The Life and Ethics of George Romney. He received several Telly Awards for his work on corporate videos with Kaleidoscope Pictures. In 2010, he was nominated for a Regional Emmy for the Writers’ Block episode “Black and White World."

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