Damon Vignale

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Damon Vignale
Vignale in 2018
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Film and Television Producer, Writer, Director
Years active 1993–present

Damon Vignale is a Canadian writer, director, and producer working in film and television. He has directed the films Little Brother of War and The Entrance. He released the web series The Vetala in 2009, drawn from the Baital Pachisi, a collection of Sanskrit tales and legends,[1] which received a 2010 Gemini Award.[2] Vignale’s debut documentary film The Exhibition[3] world premiered in the Next Program of the 2013 Hot Docs International Film Festival.[4] The film won the 2014 International Emmy Award for Arts Programming.[5] Vignale's recent television credits include CTV's homicide series Motive, Bravo's police drama 19-2, and the APTN drama series Blackstone. Vignale is currently a writer and producer on the ITV crime drama series The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco.


Year Show Credit
2018 The Bletchley Circle: San Francisco (TV) Writer, Consulting Producer
2017 Ghost Wars (TV) Writer, Co-executive Producer
2015–2016 Motive (TV) Writer, Consulting Producer
2014–2015 19-2 (TV) Writer, Consulting Producer
2011–2015 Blackstone (TV) Writer, Producer
2013 The Exhibition Producer, Director
2009 Mixed Blessings (TV) Writer
2009 The Vetala (Web Series) Writer, Producer, Director
2006 The Entrance Writer, Producer, Director
2005 A Perfect Note (TV Movie) Director
2003 Little Brother of War Writer, Producer, Director
1998 Zacharia Farted Producer



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