Allison Vanore is the Emmy Award-winning producer of the acclaimed series “After Forever” and Emmy nominated producer of “Dark/Web” and “Vanity.”
Allison is the producer of digital entertainment content for Barbie & Dolls for Mattel where she produces for iconic brands including Barbie, American Girl, Polly Pocket, Enchantimals, and Monster High.
Between 2015-2019 Allison served as the Head of Production for Canvas Media Studios where she produced “Wear It to Win It” for Facebook/MGM, the pilot “Socio” for MTV, and is an Executive Producer for a slate of films with MarVista Entertainment starting with Native American horror film “Don’t Let it In.”
Allison’s other film credits include “Death in Texas” (Vertical Entertainment 2020), “Buck Run” (Freestyle Digital Media 2019), “The Rainbow Experiment” (Gravitas 2018), and “42 Seconds of Happiness” (Indie Rights 2017).
Allison’s latest digital series credits include “After Forever” (Amazon, 2018-), “Riley’s Unforgettable School Project” a TV special which she produced and directed during the Covid-19 lockdown garnering her an Emmys Chairman’s Pillar Award, “Dark/Web” (Amazon, 2019-), “Limelight” (Yarn app 2018-19), “Whatta Lark” (RevryTV, 2018-), “Wear It to Win It” (Facebook, 2018), and “Vanity” (Stylehaul, 2015-). She is also a co-producer on the animated horror series “Woman in the Book” for CryptTV & Facebook Watch.
Allison serves on the executive board of Women in Media as the Secretary-Treasurer. She helped to launch the CAMERAderie Initiative and is an EP, Producer, and Producing Mentor on the CAMERAderie shorts in 2019: “Blood and Glory” (Tribeca 2020), “Cherry Lemonade” (Tribeca 2021), and “Illipino” (Los Angeles Pan African Film Festival 2021) and in 2022: “Smashed”, “Noor”, “Charlie and the Hunt” and “Moon”.
Allison is published in the book “Thriving in Hollywood!: Tenacious Tales & Tactics from Ms. In The Biz.” From 2004-2008, she was the Director of Creative Operations for boutique interactive design house Georgopoulos Design serving agency and studio clients such as Sony and Disney.