"As a comedian, she is the rare kind of person who can acutely observe human behavior and mine it for storytelling that balances sharp insight with much-needed levity." - NYLON Magazine



How To Be Less Old 

Box Angeles 

Important Shit That Doesn't Matter

WBEZ/Voloco, Ali gives a history of the term "trigger warning"

Ali's work has been featured by the following places: 

Huffington Post: "Vingiano and Ashley treat the subject matter with care, while employing some raw honesty and humor." 

Read all Huffington Post articles about Ali Vingiano here.

Jezebel & Gawker sites: "This story is a good reminder that terminating a pregnancy can be an event in a woman’s life rather than a defining tragedy."

This Short Film About A Woman's Unplanned Pregnancy Doesn't Make Abortion Into A Burden

This Is What Your In-Laws Are Really Thinking When They First Meet You

This Video Demonstrates What You're Really Saying When You Run Into Your Ex

Watch A Parody of "Her" That Imagines Seth Rogen As "Him"

Mashable:  "Writer and filmmaker Ali Vingiano awkwardly and accurately captures the disastrous interaction [of running into an ex]… funny, sad, and far too accurate.” 

Brutally Honest Tourism Add Will Make You Rethink NYC

Seth Rogen Is Your Stoner Boyfriend In This "Her" Parody

This Is What You're Actually Saying When You Run Into Your Ex


Pitching A Female Superhero Movie Probably Goes Something Like This

This Video Translates Those Awkward Encounters With Your Ex

Daily Dot:

Here's What Happens When A Female Superhero Tries To Get Her Own Movie

Seth Rogen Would Be The Least Helpful Operating System Ever

The Today Show

And more:



Date Report

Entertainment Tonight

Flavorpill: “Hilarious, cringe-inducing.” 


Glamour: “I’m saluting writer-producer Ali Vingiano for getting this so right.”

The Hairpin: “Hilarious.”

IndieWire: “Hilarious, pointedly satirical” 

The Mary Sue: “Darkly humorous… This would be hilarious if it wasn’t so painfully accurate.” 

MTV News 

Refinery 29: "An honest, touching portrait of a decision that so many women make."


Stylecaster: “We’re utterly obsessed with writer and producer Ali Vingiano’s new short video.”

Time Magazine

TOR.com: [Alison Vingiano has a ] “knack for commenting on how men and women are portrayed differently.” 


The Wire