Rob VanAlkemade

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Rob VanAlkemade (born 1970, Teaneck, New Jersey) is an American documentary filmmaker.

Biography[edit]

Rob VanAlkemade began his career as, variously, a film director, producer, cinematographer, sound recordist, and editor in 1995.[1] His documentary short "Preacher with an Unknown God", about performance artist and political activist Reverend Billy and his Stop Shopping Gospel Choir,[2] won a Sundance Film Festival Jury Award in 2006[3] and led to a 2007 documentary feature What Would Jesus Buy?,[4] about the group's month-long anti-consumerism tour across the U.S.[5]

After living in New York for many years, VanAlkemade currently resides in Los Angeles where he works as a network showrunner / executive producer with Paradigm, and an independent documentary director, cinematographer and editor.

References[edit]

http://movies.nytimes.com/2007/11/16/movies/16buy.html

http://articles.latimes.com/2007/nov/21/entertainment/et-jesus21

http://chicago.metromix.com/movies/movie_review/movie-review-what-would/258558/content

http://www.washingtonpost.com/gog/movies/what-would-jesus-buy,1139525.html#editorialReviewt

External links[edit]

Rob VanAlkemade at the Internet Movie Database