ROBIN ROSE SINGER is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker who works in narrative, documentary, television, and commercials.
Credits include: “Interference” (short thriller, NBC/Universal Shorts Fest/BamCinematek New Voices in Black Cinema Festival); "Home Street Home," a short doc about an undocumented homeless immigrant and his journey to get off the streets (Winner, Best Short Doc, Harlem Film Festival); “Aphasia,” (sci-fi drama, Tribeca Film Festival); and many more titles with filmmakers like Lauren Greenfield and Robinson Devor, both multiple-time Sundance alumni.
As a writer, Singer's feature-length screenplay The Lions of Mesopotamia was named Top 50 for the 2016 Academy Nicholl Fellowship, selected by Oscars voters from almost 7000 submissions. She was a 2016 fellow at the New York Stage and Film Screenwriting Lab where her mentors included Tony/Oscar/Pulitzer-winning writer, John Patrick Shanley, among many other notable filmmakers. She has been shortlisted for multiple honors including the Showtime/Tony Cox award at Nantucket Film Festival and the Sundance Screenwriting Lab.
Her TV comedy, Maturity, set at a senior living facility in the Bronx, won the first ever Made in NY: Series competition last year, awarded by IFP and NYC MOME. She just wrapped principal as a producer on the first feature-length film starring rapper Princess Nokia, Angelfish by Irish filmmaker, Peter Lee. Additionally, Singer works in commercial production, directing and producing content for global brands like LG, Under Armour, Puma, Hennessy, Budweiser and many more. NYU alumni.