Anthony Marinelli has created ads for the Super Bowl (Visa "Superheroes", Aleve "Kid in You") as well as an award winning documentary feature with Alicia Keys for her charitable organization, Keep a Child Alive ("Alicia in Africa").
In 2002, he was nominated for an AICE award for his work on NY Dept. of Tourism's "New Day," an effort to revitalize the city after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. He was also senior editor on the PBS series "NY Expeditions", which was utilized in educational programs across New York schools. He works with a diverse array of clients such as Mercedes, BMW, Canon, The Scotts/Miracle-Gro Company, United Healthcare, NY Lottery, Atlantis Resorts, Hershey, Blistex, BMW, Advil, Coco's Restaurants, and Verizon. He is also a filmmaker and theatre director.
"Acoustic Space," a play he wrote and directed, won the 2014 Best Play of the Season Award at the Strawberry One-Act Festival in NYC . The subsequent film version (which he also wrote, directed, and edited) won Best Short at the Ridgewood Guild International Film Festival in 2018 and Best Original Screenplay at the 2016 Richmond International Film Festival. The Behind-The-Scenes video for his play, "Another Famous Dead Artist" won the Best Video Diary Award at the 2015 Strawberry Festival.
His latest short film, "Marital Arts" screened in the 2017 Cannes Short Film Corner and his short screenplay, "Books, Beds and Baths" was a finalist in the 2017 HollyShorts Screenplay Competition. He recently directed a spec spot for Haagen Dazs, which he also co-wrote and edited.
Anthony considers it a privilege to do what he loves, and that is reflected in all of his work.