Robert Whitehill
Robert Whitehill, a lifelong Quaker, studied creative writing at Haverford College, and acting at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, as well as at New York’s Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theater. His feature script UXO (Unexploded Ordinance) has been selected as a winner of the Hamptons International Film Festival Screenwriters Conference. His script Blue Rinse, co-written with Andrea Shane, was optioned by Executive Producer Ben Barenholtz (Barton Fink, Requiem For A Dream, Miller’s Crossing). Also, Whitehill’s script Dethspel, co-written with Matthew Bialer, was optioned by Howard Stern Productions. He served as associate producer on the film The Garbage Man, starring Frank Stallone and Joe Estevez. And Whitehill has written several episodes of the highly rated Discovery Channel’s program The New Detectives and headed Independent Film Acquisitions for Currently, he is executive producer of Tred Avon Films, a feature development company, and a partner in Chester River Films. Robert Whitehill won the Script Development award at The Hamptons International Film Festival in 2002 for UXO (Unexploded Ordnance)