THE SUM OF ALL FEARS
PHIL ALDEN ROBINSON (Director) received an OscarÂ® nomination for Best Screenplay Adaptation
for "Field of Dreams," which he also directed. The film
garnered many other accolades including an Academy AwardÂ® nomination
for Best Picture, as well as nominations for both Directors Guild and Writers
Guild awards. His additional feature credits include writer/director of
"In the Mood." director and co- writer of "Sneakers" and
writer of "All of Me." In addition, Robinson directed the first
episode of HBO's "Band of Brothers."
In 2000, Robinson directed, co-wrote and executive produced
the made-for-TV movie, "Freedom Song." Acclaimed by critics and audiences alike, it was nominated for two
Emmy Awards, a Writers Guild Award for Best TV Movie, three NAACP Image Awards and the
Humanitas Prize, among others.
In 1992. he accompanied the United Nations High
Commission for Refugees (as an observer) on relief missions to Somalia and
Bosnia, and later wrote and directed his first of five documentaries for ABC
News "Nightline" about the experience. His latest documentary,
"Sarajevo Spring," was nominated for a News and Documentary Emmy Award
A native of Long Beach, New York. Robinson graduated from
Union College in Schenectady. New York. with a Bachelor of Arts in political
science. And in 1996, the college presented him with an Honorary Doctorate of Letters.
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