Anthony Giacchino is an Primetime Emmy Award winning documentary filmmaker living in NYC.
His most recent film, "LEE HARVEY OSWALD: 48 Hours to Live" was nominated for a News & Documentary Emmy Award for "Outstanding Lighting Direction & Scenic Design."
Anthony's first feature-length documentary, “The Camden 28,” aired on the critically acclaimed PBS series POV, and was nominated for a Writers Guild of America award for Outstanding Achievement in writing for the screen. During its theatrical run, the New York Times called the film "a brilliant merger of political outrage and filmmaking chops and the most suspenseful movie in theaters right now."
In addition to his documentary film work, Anthony guest-curated the New York City Police Museum's 2009 centennial exhibit on JOE PETROSINO, the legendary NYPD detective who headed the Italian Squad and whose 1909 murder in Palermo made him the force's first and only member to be killed overseas in the line of duty. Anthony also marked another centennial in March 2011 with his Cooper Union installation, LETTERS TO ANOTHER CENTURY - THE TRIANGLE FIRE LETTER PROJECT. The project was meant to honor the individuals who perished in the fire by contacting their places of residence in New York City.
Since 2007, Anthony has produced, written & directed 5 two-hour Specials for HISTORY, with topics covering the Kennedy Assassination, Presidential Scandals, Pearl Harbor, and the Science of Star Trek. He won the network a 2008 Primetime Emmy Award with his short VOD Series “Great Moments From the Campaign Trail.”
In 2011, Anthony produced and directed the Behind the Scenes Special Features for MISSION:IMPOSSIBLE - GHOST PROTOCOL, by Academy Award winner Brad Bird. MIGP was produced by Bad Robot for Paramount Pictures.
His most current project is documenting Brad Bird's latest film, TOMORROWLAND.
Anthony’s last name means “little jacket” and he is a member of the Writers Guild of America, West.