Kenneth del Vecchio

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Kenneth Del Vecchio is a filmmaker who has written, produced, and directed over 20 feature films. Mr. Del Vecchio is founder and chairman of the Hoboken International Film Festival. He also is the author of legal books, including criminal codebooks published by Prentice Hall and ALM, he penned his first published novel at 24-years-old. In addition, he is the owner of The Criminal Law Learning Center and he is a former Judge.

Kenneth Del Vecchio’s filmography includes: The Life Zone, The Great Fight, An Affirmative Act, Scavenger Killers, Captured Hearts, iMurders, Kinky Killers, The Grand Theft, Snapshot, Fake, O.B.A.M. Nude, Three Chris’s, Alone in the Dark 2, The Drum Beats Twice, Pride & Loyalty, Tinsel Town, Here and There, The Crimson Mask, and Rules For Men. His novels are Pride & Loyalty, Revelation in the Wilderness and The Great Heist (his most recent novel). His legal books include: Code of Criminal Justice: A Practical Guide to the Penal Statutes, New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice: A Practical Guide to the Penal Statutes, New York Code of Criminal Justice: A Practical Guide to the Penal Statutes, and Test Prep Guide to Accompany New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice, with others in the works.[1]

Films by del Vecchio[edit]

The Life Zone[edit]

"The Life Zone", starring Robert Loggia, Lindsay Haun, Angela Little, Martin Kove, Blanche Baker, and Nina Transfeld, tells the story of three women who have been kidnapped while they were getting abortions. They are forced by a mysterious jailer, played by Loggia, to bring their pregnancies to term. While they wait to do so they are given reading material and movies to watch about abortion and related issues, including material produced by Del Vecchio. Eventually, two of the women decide to give birth and the third tries to force a miscarriage. Then it is revealed that all three were in purgatory, and that the two who decided to give birth will go to Heaven while the third goes to Hell, to be subject to eternally repeated pregnancy and child birth.[2] The film also stars Amanda Antonucci, Blanche Baker and Rebecca Baron.[1]

Other films[edit]

"An Affirmative Act" is pro-gay marriage film, starring Charles Durning, Eric Etebari, Costas Mandylor, Rachael Robbins, and Blanche Baker, about a lesbian couple where one pretends to be a man in order for the two to get married and equal benefits.[1][3]

"The Great Fight", starring Robert Loggia, Joyce DeWitt, Charles Durning, Martin Kove, Angela Little, Rachael Robbins, and Eric Eteberai, is about an autistic savant who becomes an MMA fighter.[1][4]

"Fake", a film starring Fisher Stevens, Gabriel Mann, Jill Flint, and Robert Loggia, is about a prolific art forger.[1][3]

"O.B.A.M. Nude" is criticism of Barack Obama. The movie is about a college student, played by Del Vecchio, who makes a deal with the Devil to become President of the United States in exchange for millions of souls. The student goes to Harvard Law School and then becomes a community organizer.[3]


  1. ^ a b c d e "Ken Del Vecchio". IMDb. Retrieved June 16, 2011.
  2. ^ Robb, Adam (6 June 2011). "Pro-life horror film 'The Life Zone' premieres at Hoboken International Film Festival". The Jersey Journal. Retrieved 18 June 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c Charles, Toutant (11 May 2011). "Movie-Making Judge Resigns to Avoid Gag on Promoting Faustian Obama Opus". The New Jersey Law Journal. Retrieved 18 June 2011. 
  4. ^ Maurer, Mark (3 June 2011). "Aspiring filmmakers show their work at three festivals throughout state". The Star Ledger. Retrieved 18 June 2011. 

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