ARIEL VROMEN (Director, Producer, Writer) has been the creative force behind numerous projects and is now making a name for himself as a filmmaker to watch when he wrote, produced and directed his first film, Jewel of the Sahara, starring Gerard Butler, the 17-minute short became a cult classic. Next he produced, wrote and directed his first full-length feature, Rx. Starring Colin Hanks, Eric Balfour and Lauren German, Rx was an official entry at the 2005 AFI Film Festival and has enjoyed a successful run on both Showtime and The Movie Channel.
Vromen's next feature was Danika, a psychological thriller that Vromen directed that starred Academy Award winner Marisa Tomei, Craig Bierko and Regina Hall. Opening at Cine Vegas and AFI in 2007, Danika won Best Picture and Best Actress awards at the San Diego Film Festival.
Vromen produced and directed Skeptical, a documentary about Lior Suchard, a well-known mentalist who journeyed to Las Vegas and explored the power of the mind. He is currently writing and directing Toro and Snowdrops, based on the A.D. Miller novel.
Originally from Israel, Vromen studied film at New York University and the Los Angeles Film School. In addition, he has a law degree from Kent University in the U.K.
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