Todd Robinson (film director)

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Todd Robinson, writer-director, on the set of his feature film Phantom on October 18, 2011

Todd Robinson was born in Pennsylvania. He graduated from Adelphi University on Long Island, New York.

In 1996, Robinson wrote and produced White Squall, for director Ridley Scott, starring Jeff Bridges, Ryan Phillippe, Jeremy Sisto, and Scott Wolf.

Robinson wrote, directed and produced The Legend of Billy the Kid for The Disney Channel, for which he won a Prime Time Emmy Award. He wrote and directed Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick, a feature documentary on legendary studio director, William A. Wellman. The film was awarded Best Documentary Film by the National Board of Review and was featured at the Sundance Film Festival, the Berlin Film Festival, San Sebastian Film Festival and many other festivals.

In 2006 Robinson wrote and directed Lonely Hearts which starred Jared Leto, Salma Hayek, John Travolta, James Gandolfini, and Laura Dern.[1]

In 2009 he directed the feature documentary Amy Cook: The Spaces in Between (released by The Documentary Channel) which he produced with Julian Adams.

Robinson wrote and directed the submarine thriller Phantom from RCR Media Group, Trilogy Entertainment Group and Solar Filmworks. Phantom stars Ed Harris, David Duchovny, and William Fichtner; and was produced by John Watson, Pen Densham, and Julian Adams.

He is also writer and director of The Last Full Measure,[2] from Trilogy Entertainment Group and Newline Cinema.

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  1. ^ "Todd Robinson". www.imdb.com. Retrieved 2012-04-14. 
  2. ^ The Last Full Measure on IMDb

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