Robi Michael is the owner of Invisible Films, a production company specializing in theatrical marketing campaigns.
Through Invisible Films, he worked on more than 400 theatrical campaigns for companies such as Warner Brothers, The Weinstein Company, Sony Pictures Classics, IFC Films, Magnolia Pictures and TriBeCa Films. His trailers won the prestigious KEY ART award, 3 GOLDEN TRAILER awards (4 other trailers were nominated.) and 2 TELLY awards.
Invisible Films also produces original Features and Short films. Robi directed 3 ambitious short films that played in over 50 film festivals and won numerous top awards. He also produced the dark comedy feature film, "The Works", which was an official selection in numerous film festivals such as: Santa Barbara film festival, Cinequest and USA film festival, and was distributed world wide through Showcase Entertainment.
More at: www.invisiblefilms.com
Name: Robi Michael
Lives in: New York City, New York
Company: Invisible Films
Occupation: Director, Editor and Screenwriter
The Man Who Knew How To Fly
Film (short) Director/Writer/Producer
A Can Of Paint
Film (short) Director
Treachery Of Images
Golden Trailer Award Winner: BLACKFISH (Best Documentary)
Golden Trailer Award Winner: THE AWAKENING (Best Foreign Thriller)
Golden Trailer Award Winner: RUBBER (Most Original Foreign Trailer)
Key Art Award winner: FILTH
Telly Award – BBC-The Office “Nick Name Your Boss”
Telly Award – BBC-The Office “Good News, Bad News”
Hugo Award - Intercom, Chicago – D.D.D.
Best Drama - NY Shorts Film Festival
Best World Short: Little Rock Film Festival
Best Narrative Short: Tallahassee Film Festival
Best Sci-Fi: Downtown Film Festival
Platinum Remi Award, Short Film - Drama: Worldfest Houston
Jury award: Best Short Fiction, Syracuse Film Festival
Jury award: Best editing, Syracuse Film Festival
Jury Award: Graphation Film Festival
Best Sci-Fi Short: Shokerfest (Modesto, CA)
Best Short: Shrikfest (Los Angeles, CA)
Best Experimental Film: LA Short Film Festival