Barry Rubinow

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Barry Rubinow
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June 2005
Born 1956 (age 60–61)
Glen Rock, New Jersey
Occupation business executive, film producer, director, and editor
Spouse(s) Carey Rubinow
Children Brian, Jordan

Barry Rubinow (born 1956) is a film executive and editor, born in Glen Rock, New Jersey, a suburb of New York City.[1] Currently, he lives in West Hills, California.

Education[edit]

Rubinow received his Bachelor of Arts from Bucknell University with a major in English and Psychology in 1978. In 1981, he completed a Master of Fine Arts at the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California.

Career[edit]

Currently Rubinow is the Senior Vice President of DOC: The Documentary Channel, where he supervises all original production and post production. DOC is the first channel in the United States to show documentaries on a full-time basis. The Documentary Channel was created in 1998 and is currently on the DISH Network, Channel 197.

Rubinow is also a television and documentary film editor.

In 1999, Rubinow produced and directed the 35mm feature film The Set Effect.

Filmography (producing and directing)[edit]

Feature film

  • The Set Effect (1999)

Documentaries (producing)

  • Hot Docs (2006)

Filmography (editing)[edit]

Short documentaries

Feature documentaries

Television documentaries

Television series

  • Beakman's World (1993)
  • COPS (1993–1994)
  • Ultimate 10 (1999)
  • The Eddie Files (1997–2000)
  • Born American (2003)
  • Doc Talk (2006)
  • Hot Docs (2006)

Awards[edit]

Wins

References[edit]

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