Executive Producer Robert Greenwald has produced and/or directed 45 highly acclaimed theatrical, cable, and network films including: The Crooked E (CBS), a satire about the collapse of energy giant, Enron; the miniseries, Blonde (CBS), based on the Joyce Carol Oates’ best-selling novel inspired by
the life of Marilyn Monroe; the legendary television film The Burning Bed (NBC), starring Farrah Fawcett; and the theatrical feature, Steal This Movie, starring Vincent D’Onofrio as Abbie Hoffman. Robert Greenwald’s films have garnered 25 Emmy nominations, four Cable ACE Award nominations, two Golden Globe nominations, the Peabody Award, eight Awards of Excellence from the Film Advisory Board, a DGA Award for Contribution to Diversity and a Best Director nomination from the Directors Guild of America. In 2002 Robert Greenwald was named the AFI Producer of the Year. Robert Greenwald is a co-founder of Public Interest Pictures, a documentary division of Robert Greenwald Productions, and Progressive Pictures, a division of dedicated to producing low-budget political films. In addition to his film work, Mr. Greenwald is a partner with Danny and Victor Goldberg in RDV Books, which last year published It’s A Free Country, a collection of essays on civil liberties in post-9/11 America. Mr. Greenwald is also the co-founder, with Mike Farrell, of "Artists United," a group of actors and others who publicly opposed the rush to war in Iraq, and who are now working with social justice groups to continue bringing attention to important progressive causes.