Anthony Sellitti is a writer and director with a diverse range of projects.
After graduating from The School of Visual Arts in New York, Sellitti moved to Los Angeles, where he interned for Bryan Singer’s production company, 'Bad Hat Harry’ as well as Steven Spielberg's company, ‘Dreamworks.’ Soon after, he began working with Dan Harris (X-Men: Apocalypse, Superman Returns, X2) as an assistant, and then began collaborating with the X-Men scribe on several film and TV projects as a co-writer.
Shortly after, Anthony wrote and directed the sci-fi drama short ‘Imprints.’ Most recently, Anthony finished a pilot titled ‘Staten’, a crime drama set in his hometown of Staten Island, New York. Currently, Anthony is writing ‘Camp Horizon,’ a psychological thriller in the vein of ‘Get Out’ in which a troubled gay teen is sent to a peaceful summer camp that turns out to be a radical form of conversion therapy.
Anthony was born and raised in Staten Island, New York. As a then-closeted gay nerd in a conservative borough of the city, he always found comfort in comics, movies, and TV and uses those mediums to tell his story today.