|Robert P. Epstein|
Epstein in 2015
|Born||Robert P. Epstein
New Jersey, United States
|Occupation||film director, producer|
|Awards||Best Documentary Feature
1984 The Times of Harvey Milk
1989 Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt
Emmy Award for "The Celluloid Closet"
Pioneer Award from the International Documentary Association (IDA)
George Gund III Craft of Cinema Award
Rob Epstein, also credited as Robert P. Epstein, is an American director, producer, writer and editor. Epstein has won two Academy Awards for Best Documentary Feature, for the films The Times of Harvey Milk and Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt.
Epstein has transitioned from non-fiction documentaries into scripted narratives, producing such biopics as HOWL, his award-winning film about Allen Ginsberg’s controversial poem by the same name (starring James Franco), and Lovelace, the story about the life and trials of pornographic superstar Linda Lovelace (starring Amanda Seyfried). He is openly gay.
|Word Is Out: Stories of Some of Our Lives||1977||Director|
|The Times of Harvey Milk||1984||Director, Producer, Editor||Won one Oscar|
|The AIDS Show||1986||Director, Producer|
|Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt||1989||Director, Producer, Writer||Won one Oscar|
|Where Are We? Our Trip Through America||1989||Director, Producer|
|The Celluloid Closet||1995||Director, Producer, Writer||Emmy Award|
|Paragraph 175||2000||Director, Producer|
|Underground Zero (segment "Isaiah's Rap")||2002||Director|
|Crime & Punishment||2002-2004||Director|
|An Evening with Eddie Gomez||2005||Director|
|10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America: Gold Rush||2006||Director|
- "Rob Epstein Biography". California College of the Arts. Retrieved 2 May 2016.
- "Rob Epstein Biography". Sony Classic Pictures. Archived from the original on June 19, 2008.
- "-About". Telling Pictures. Retrieved 2017-08-19.
- "Rob Epstein". IMDb. Retrieved 2017-08-19.
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