Harvey Brownstone conducts an in-depth interview with Bobby Moresco, Academy Award Winning Writer / Director / Producer
About Harvey's guest:
Today’s special guest, Bobby Moresco, is a highly respected, Academy award winning writer, director and producer whose body of work includes some of the greatest films in recent times.
After studying acting in New York, he created the Actor’s Gym, which operates in New York and Los Angeles, and provides a forum for developing new works for stage, film and television. He’s written and directed over 30 plays, and in 1998 he directed Colin Quinn in “An Irish Wake” on Broadway. He's created, written and produced many highly acclaimed, award-winning TV series including “Millenium”, “EZ Streets”, “Falconey”, “The Black Donnelly’s” and “100 Code”.
On the big screen, he co-wrote and produced the blockbuster movie “Crash”, which earned him and co-writer and director Paul Haggis an Oscar for Best Original Screenplay. He also executive produced the 2008 TV series “Crash”, inspired by the movie. In 2004, he co-produced the Academy award winning movie, “Million Dollar Baby”, followed by writing and directing “10th and Wolf”, and another one of my favourites, “Bent”.
He wrote and has just completed directing his brand new film, “Lamborghini”, starring Frank Grillo, Mira Sorvino and Gabriel Byrne, which tells the story of legendary Italian automobile designer, Ferrucio Lamborghini.
In addition to his Academy award, he’s won 19 other awards for his work, including a BAFTA award, a London Critics Circle Film Award, a Film Independent Spirit Award, a Broadcast Film Critics Association award, a Writers Guild of America award, and the Pioneer in Screenwriting Award at the Burbank International Film Festival.
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