Alan Roberts (filmmaker)

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Alan Roberts
Born United States
Occupation Film director, screenwriter, film editor, film producer

Alan Roberts is an American filmmaker best known for directing low-budget films including Karate Cop[1] and The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood.[2] Roberts began his career as a director. Since 1994 most of his work has been as an editor. Roberts' Young Lady Chatterly series is "a classical vehicle in the Emmanuelle mode."[3] In 2011, Roberts was involved in production of the film Desert Warriors. The film was substantially altered by others[citation needed], and released as the anti-Islamic film Innocence of Muslims in 2012.[4][5]

Selected filmography[edit]

As director[edit]

As writer[edit]

As producer[edit]

As editor[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lott, M. Ray (2004). The American Martial Arts Film. McFarland, ISBN 9780786418367
  2. ^ Bailey, Bruce (September 2, 1980). 'Hooker' not even skin deep. Montreal Gazette
  3. ^ Andrews, David (2006). Soft in the Middle: The Contemporary Softcore Feature in Its Contexts. Ohio State University Press, ISBN 9780814210222
  4. ^ Amira, Dan (September 14, 2012). Mystery of Anti-Islamic Film Further Unravels. New York
  5. ^ Carbone, Nick; Gray, Madison (September 13, 2012). Friends of 'Sam Bacile': A Who's Who of the Innocence of Muslims Film. Time

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