Shari Robertson

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Shari Robertson
Born Shari Robertson
US
Occupation Film director and producer
Organization The Epidavros Project, Inc.
Spouse(s) Michael Camerini
Website
The Epidavros Project
How Democracy Works Now

Shari Robertson is an American Film Director and producer. Her filmmaking credits include Twelve Stories: How Democracy Works Now, Well-Founded Fear, These Girls Are Missing, Inside the Khmer Rouge, Return to Year Zero and Washington/Peru: We Ain't Winnin'. Her films have been featured on HBO,[1] CNN, PBS,[2] BBC,[3] Channel 4,[4] Human Rights Watch International Film Festival in London and New York City[5] and The Sundance Film Festival[6] among others.

Robertson’s career started with projects in the Southern Highlands rainforest of Papua New Guinea. Since then, her films have explored social and political stories in Cambodia and Thailand, Peru and Africa before concentrating on immigration reform and political asylum in the U.S.[7] Robertson currently lives in New York City where she and her filmmaking partner, Michael Camerini, have a production company, The Epidavros Project, Inc.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Credits Awards
2010 How Democracy Works Now:
Twelve Stories
Director
Producer
Sound
2000 Well-Founded Fear[8] Director
Producer
1997 Tashilham Director
Producer
1995 These Girls Are Missing Director
Producer
1992 Washington/Peru:
We Ain’t Winning
(TV)
Director
Producer
1990 Inside the Khmer Rouge Director
1989 Angkor Wat Under Siege (TV) Director
1987 Return to Year Zero (TV) Director
Producer

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