Alisa Daglio is an award winning director and producer from the US Virgin Islands. In 2009 Daglio received top honors as the youngest and only American director ever selected to the jury of the Universal Studios subsidized and acclaimed "Eserciti E Popoi International Film Festival" held in Bracciano Italy. Her own works have been featured internationally as official selections of the St. Tropez International Film Festival, Madrid International Film Festival, and the Dada Saheb Phake Film Festival in India. In the United States, her festival screenings include Hollywood, Chicago, New Orleans, and Venice where she garnered top honors in both 2014 and 2015 at The Other Venice Film festival, taking home the award for "Best Music Video" for two consecutive years.
After achieving her B.A. in Visual Art/Film with honors from The University of California at San Diego, Daglio moved to Los Angeles to fine tune her skills at the Los Angeles Music Video and Commercial Institute. Many of her early works in film and video have been described by Sundance Jury Prize winning filmmaker Jean Pierre Gorrin as "edgy and confrontational." The auteur remarks, "There is a raw energy and confidence to Alisa's work that is unmistakably elegant."
As a director, Daglio's work has logged airtime on MTV UK, Rolling Stone, KABC Channel 7 Los Angeles Eyewitness News, and CNN. Daglio herself has appeared on CBS KFMB Channel 8 News, ESPN, Extra NBC, KTLA News, PAX TV, and has been featured in such press outlets as Oxygen Magazine, Hollywood Today, The Los Angeles Times, The San Diego Union Tribune, the cover of The Beach and Bay Press, the cover of Beach Magazine, and Marie Claire.
Currently based out of Los Angeles California, Daglio is best known for directing highly stylized music videos, docu-style shorts, and live concert events, for acclaimed talent such as Struggle Jennings, Trap DeVille, Flipper, Trapt, and celebrity Iranian pop artist Mehrana. After Rolling Stone showcased Daglio's extended Flipper 40th anniversary "Sex Bomb" music video with docu-commentary from Shepard Fairy, Mike Watt, the Melvins, and more, the band announced in the LA Weekly News that Daglio will be directing a full length feature documentary for Flipper in 2022.