D A L E   R E S T E G H I N I



Who better to author success stories for up-and-coming artists than a man who exemplifies the great American success story himself? Dale Resteghini did not even begin his successful career as a director / producer / writer / music supervisor until he was 28 years old. Once he found his true calling, he began his meteoric rise to the top of his field, bringing up artists including Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Soulja Boy, OT Genasis, Hatebreed, Fallout Boy, Dillinger Escape Plan and Trivium with him.

Resteghini grew up in Boston, MA watching films as an escape from his working class, blue collar life.  A spirited young man, Resteghini found himself in quite a bit of trouble, quite often.  His pursuit of his dream – starting an acting career at the age of 19 – put him on the straight and narrow.  Later, he moved to New York City where he discovered his love of film making and began his life behind the camera. During his New York years, he found success there working with Directors, such as Alfonso Cuaron, Taylor Hackford and Roland Emmerich among others.

While living in New York City, Resteghini wrote and directed an independent film that played at the Urban World Film Festival. That film, ‘Colorz Of Rage,’ garnered him an audience Award where Samuel Jackson, Marla Gibbs and Whitney Houston all congratulated him on a great film debut. Renown film critic Steve Lyons called ‘Colorz Of Rage’ “…a riveting piece of real life put on film!’ This moment took his career as a Director to the next level and propelled him into the exploding world of music videos.

Resteghini’s music videos are constantly found at the top of MTV, BET and FUSE playlists and have been nominated for various awards within the Music Video Industry – one being an MTV Video Award for the “Grand Theft Autumn” video he directed for the band, Fallout Boy.  His combined music video views totals over 3,000,000,000!!! He is truly a global brand unto himself having worked on almost every continent.

Resteghini produced Kanye West’s first fashion film in London and currently has several feature film, TV and web projects in various stages of production. Not be limited in the roles of Director and Writer, Resteghini is also wearing the Producer hat and at present is Producing the 4-million-dollar comedy entitled ‘My Man Is A Loser’ in NYC. He is an integral part of several tech start ups and sits on the board of directors of The Universal Hip Hop Museum.

Dale Resteghini is one person who knows no limits, accepts no boundaries and his massive network of recording artists, actors, celebrities, social media stars, film studio executives, managers and agents as well as record label owners and managers makes him one of the best connected, most dynamic and unique people in entertainment.

DALE RESTIGHINI – director, producer, cinematographer, music supervisor



“Hit The Quan’ by I Love Memphis

“Crank That” by Soulja Boy (BET Award Nom) (199M+ views) VEVO Certified 100M

“Kiss Me Thru The Phone” by Soulja Boy (110M+ views) VEVO Certified 100M

“I’m In Love With The Coco” by OT Genasis (150M+ views) VEVO Certified 100M

“2 Step” by DJ Unk (19M+ views)

“This Is Why I’m Hot” by Mims  (9M+ views)

“Can’t Stop Me Now” by RZA (2M+ views)

“Cookie Jar” by Gym Class Heros (24M+ views)

“Do Ya Own Thang” by Ice Cube (2M+ views)

“Coconut Juice” by Tyga (5M+ views)

“5 Star Chick” by Nicki Minaj, Trina, Gucci Mane and Yo Gotti (7M views)

“We Fly High” by Jim Jones (4.5M+ views)

“Download” by Lil Kim, T Pain and Charlie Wilson (2M+ views)

“Wobble” by VIC (32M views)

“Lolli Lolli” by Three 6 Mafia (4.5M+ views)

“Get Silly” by VIC (12M+ views)

“5000 Ones” by DJ Drama, Nelly, TI, Young Jeezy and Twista (4M views)

“Love Come Down” by Diddy & Dirty Money (3.9M+ views)

“Get Buck In Here” by DJ Felli Fel, Lil Jon, Ludacris, Akon, Diddy (10M+ views)

“Put It Down” by Redman (2M+ views)

“I Run This” by Lil Wayne and Birdman (10M+ views)

“Day Dreamin’” by TI, Snoop Dogg, Akon and DJ Drama (6M+ views)

“Game’s Pain” by The Game and Keyshia Cole (16M+ views)

“Dirty Situation” by Akon (24M+ views)

“Don’t Touch Me” by Busta Rhymes (3.3M+ views)

“Turn Around 5,4,3,2,1” by Flo Rida (16.4M+ views)

“Fast Life” by The Clipse )1M+ views)

“Uh Ohh!” by Ja Rule (feat Lil Wayne) (1M+ views)

“Put It Down” by Kottonmouth Kings and Cypress Hill (1M views)

“Six In The Morning” by Sean Garrett and Rick Ross (1M+ views)



“Habibi I Love You” by Ahmed Chawki (Morroco)and Pitbull (45M+ views)

“Playing With Fire” by N DUBZ (22M+ views)

“Bright Lights” by Tinchy Stryder and Pixie Lott (UK) (7M+ views)

“I Need You” by N DUBZ (18M+ views)

“These Streets” by Tanya Stephens (Jamiaca) (8M+ views)

“I Cant Sleep At Night” by Won G (Haitian)

“Crazy” by Lumidee (Cuban) and Pitbull (8M views)

“Ultimate Hustler” by Sizzla (Jamaica) (500K)

“Under Pressure” by Jedward (Ireland) and Vanilla Ice (14M+ views)

“Girls” by N DUBZ (14M+ views)

“Take Over” by Mizz Nina (Malaysia) and Flo Rida (2M+ views)

“Shadows Of Love” by Craig David (UK) (2M+ views)

“All Nite Long” by Alexandra Burke and Pitbull (7M+ views)



“Grand Theft Autumn” by Fallout Boy (MTV Award Winner) (7.8M+ views) (MTV Woody Award but still an MTV Award)

“Rise Today” by Alter Bridge (their biggest video to date with nearly 7M+ views)

“My Heroine” by Silverstein (their biggest video to date with over 7M+ views)

“Was It Worth It” by Children of Bodom (761K+ views)

“Setting Fire To Sleeping Giants” by Dillinger Escape Plan (200K+ views)

“Live For This” by Hatebreed (900K+ views)

“This Calling” by All That Remains (10M+ views)

“The Silence” by Mayday Parade (1.5M+ views)

“Determined” by Mudvayne (780K+ views)

“Pull Harder on the Strings of Your Martyr” by Trivium (2.9M+ views)

“Just A Memory” by Escape The Fate (1M+ views)

“Rise And Shine” by Blood On The Dance Floor (3M+ views)

“Evisceration Plague” by Canibal Corpse (2M views)

“Pens & Needles” by Hawthorne Heights (521K+ views)

“What You Deserve” by Ill Nino (1M views)

“Blood” and “Remove Yourself” by Candiria (200K views each)

“Heaven & Hell” by Madball (3M+ views)

“Peace” by Agnostic Front (500K views)

“Your Little Suburbia In Ruins” by August Burns Red (6M views)

“The Great Red Shift” by Most Precious Blood (100K views)



(* = also wrote) (# = also produced) (^ = music supervisor) (“= cinematographer)

1999: Colorz of Rage*#^ (premiered at 1999 Urbanworld Film Festival both Whitney Houston and Samuel L Jackson congratulated me on a great indie film and lead to a meeting with Whitney’s film division. Sold GOLD in DVD.

2000: Da Hip Hop Witch*#^” (a total spoof which included Eminem’s film debut) Sold GOLD in DVD.



2004: Fear Factory: All Tapped Out (Video)#

2005: Anthrax: Alive 2 – The DVD (Video)”

2005: Taste of Chaos (Video) My Chemical Romance, The Used for K Lyman and J Reese

2010: Guns N’ Roses – Forever Together (South American Tour 2010 Documentary)

2010: Mohombi: Dirty Situation (short)#

2013: Guinevere: Ran For My Life (short)

2014: Printz Board: Hey You (short)

2015: Escape The Fate: “Alive” the VR experience #

(Producer credits on projects including the 3M comedy starring John Stamos, My Man Is A Loser)