Buddy Giovinazzo Trailers
42nd Street Memories: The Rise and Fall of America's Most Notorious Street TrailerThe Meltdown Memoirs TrailerCelluloid Horror Trailer
Buddy Giovinazzo is an independent filmmaker and author who is known for his gritty-low budget debut film, Combat Shock, and his collection of harrowing short stories of low urban life in his 1993 novel, Life is Hot in Cracktown.
Born May 5, 1957 in New York City, Buddy grew up in Staten Island. He went to the College of Staten Island where he graduated with a Masters in Cinema, later teaching film there as well.
He is the brother of Rick Giovinazzo (Ricky) who is a composer, orchestrator, and the star of his premier film, Combat Shock. His cousin is television and film star, Carmine Giovinazzo.
A Buddy Giovinazzo website is Currently under construction.
Most Popular Buddy Giovinazzo Trailers
Total trailers found: 11
15 July 2011
Down a seedy city street in her neighborhood, young Enola Penny is obsessed with what appears to be a long abandoned theatre.
01 January 2009
Various stories of how crack cocaine has infiltrated the inner-city streets. Based on Buddy Giovinazzo's novel "Life is Hot in Cracktown".
01 September 1996
An ex-cons future is threatened by his brother's involvement with drugs.
01 January 2014
The story behind the rise and fall of New York's 42nd Street. The cinemas, the films, the people, the crime and the rebirth of the block as "New 42nd Street" - this is the document of the world's most notorious movie strip.
14 May 1986
A dangerously disturbed Vietnam veteran struggles with life 15 years after his return home, and slowly falls into insanity from his gritty urban lifestyle.
01 January 2004
Celluloid Horror explores Kier-La Janisse's tireless crusade to bring obscure cult horror film to the masses through her independently run international film festival.
25 July 2012
Underground music blogger Mark Lighthouse (Marc Senter) is preparing for a very special night, driving out to a rental home deep in the mountains to interview his latest indie discovery, an ethereal young singer named Ginger (Elissa Dowling).
01 January 2006
The Meltdown Memoirs depicts the production of the movie Street Trash along with cast and crew interviews 20 years later.
19 October 1987
short vampire film written, produced and directed by Buddy Giovinazzo.
01 November 1986
A children's television host solves all kids problems. Shot as a promo reel for a sequel to Maniac (1980) but was cut short due to the untimely death of actor Joe Spinell.