Documentary film rights to Marketing the Moon optioned by Robert Stone Productions as the basis for his project titled Chasing The Moon, in post-production with a targeted mid-2019 release.
A six-hour, three part documentary mini-series for PBS/American Experience, the series chronicles the hitherto untold story of how the concept of human space exploration was sold and marketed to the American people, how support for the most audacious technological achievement in human history was sustained for the better part of a decade, and the battles that raged over it’s ultimate meaning and purpose. The film takes viewers a wild kaleidoscopic ride from the V2 rocket attacks on London in 1944 to Tranquility Base on the Moon in 1969, and beyond. The mini-series is currently in post-production and is slated for broadcast in 2019.
Multi-tasking as a producer, director, writer, editor and cameraman, he has over the last 25 years developed a steady international reputation with a range of unique and critically acclaimed feature-documentaries about American history, pop-culture, the mass media and the environment.
Robert has had four films premiered at Sundance and an Academy Award nomination for Radio Bikini as best documentary film. He is passionate about space exploration and made Satellite Sky and Earth Days both featuring space themes.
Robert's latest film, Pandora’s Promise (2013) premiered at Sundance and is getting great buzz.