Daniel Robin (United States)

Daniel Robin is a filmmaker, making mostly short, experimental, personal documentaries. His film my olympic summer won the Sundance Film Festival Jury Prize for Short Filmmaking. His film All The Leaves Are Brown won the Best Director Award at the Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival, Best Short Documentary at Sidewalk Film Festival, and Jury Award for Personal Vision at the Oxford Film Festival. Filmmaker Magazine named Robin one of the “25 New Faces of Independent Film.” In 2000 Daniel created the website Neighbourhoodfilms where he’s produced six documentary web series. Robin is currently an Associate Professor at Georgia State University teaching documentary and fiction production.

Filmography

  • 122 Webster
    1990
  • Chasing The Grail
    1992
  • MatzoBalls and Blackeyed Peas
    1994
  • The Big Charade
    1997
  • my olympic summer
    2007
  • The Rabbi and Cesar Chavez
    2010
  • Nothing Seems to Last
    2013
  • What’s in a Name
    2014
  • All The Leaves Are Brown
    2017
  • Petting Zoo
    2019

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