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ROBERT MACK´S CREATIVE AND AMAZING SHORT FILMS AND PHOTOGRAPHY

The Baltimore Museum of Art wrote about The Perkins Project exhibition: Reinforced by exceptional artistic quality, these photographs by Robert Mack and Grace Zaccardi challenge our stereotyped views while enriching our personal sensitivity.  The fate of the criminally insane, sometimes committed for unspeakable atrocities, charges our emotions, often leading to regrettably predictable intolerance and misunderstanding.  In the best tradition of documentary photography, these images educate, humanize our perceptions, and graphically illustrate the conflicts surrounding incarceration of the criminally insane. "

Robert started his film & television career with Group Productions, where his documentary and entertainment projects aired as national specials. His work has also been featured on MTV and the Disney Channel.

While living in New York City, he was an executive director of the non-profit foundation, Valley Filmworks, which promotes documentary film as an art form. And along with Mark & Dan Jury, Robert started Home Film Festival, which was one of the first national home video companies that rented and sold quality foreign and domestic feature films VHS & DVD's delivered through the mail and internet delivered directly to the members homes, which conceptually today has become Netflix.

When Robert Mack moved to Los Angeles he directed and produced L.A. Homefront along with partners Pamela Galvin & Stephen Molton, an independent feature documentary, which focused on the Rodney King civil rights trial and its impact on five ethnically different Los Angeles families. The film received its premiere at the Denver International Film Festival, was purchased by and aired nationally on Showtime Cable and was introduced by President Bill Clinton as an important film combating racism in America.

Robert Mack also produced and directed the documentary, Robert Schuller: Portrait of a Televangelist. He was commissioned by France’s Studio Canal Plus and the film received both critical and positive viewer response throughout Europe. The documentary examines the theme of morality and television by profiling one of the world’s most popular televangelists: Dr. Robert Schuller and his Crystal Cathedral Ministry.

Moving into drama, Robert produced the ambitious dramatic short film, Four Reasons, which was Radha Mitchell's writing and directing debut, and where she also starred together with Josh Lucas, Jared Harris and Ivana Milicevic. This film is now in post production.

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Extracted from The Perkins Project
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