Chatting With Sherri welcomes producer/writer Steven Rubin!
Rubin began his motion picture writing career when he acquired the theatrical remake rights to the ABC television series Combat! and sold his screenplay and the rights to Savoy Pictures and later Paramount. He made his producing debut for Showtime in 2001 on the baseball comedy Bleacher Bums, starring Peter Riegert, Brad Garrett, Wayne Knight and Charles Durning. In 2002, for the Hallmark Channel, he produced the true World War II drama Silent Night, starring Linda Hamilton, which was nominated for four Canadian Television Academy Awards.
He served as executive producer on Archie’s Final Project, an indie teen dramedy that won the Best Picture award in its class at the Berlin Film Festvial in 2009, and 19 other Best Picture awards around the world. On the documentary front, he wrote, directed and produced East L.A. Marine: The Untold True Story of Guy Gabaldon for Virgil Films and Entertainment. He currently serves as executive producer on the documentary The Coolest Guy Movie Ever (2018, also for Virgil Films).
He is the author of nine books, including: Secrets of the Great Science Fiction Films (Kino Verlag, 1984), The James Bond Films: A Behind the Scenes History (Arlington House, Crown Publishers, 1981, 1983), The Complete James Bond Movie Encyclopedia (Contemporary Books, 1990, 1995, McGraw-Hill, 2003), Combat Films: American Realism 1945-2010 (McFarland Books, 1981, 2010), The Cat Who Lived With Anne Frank, his first children’s picture book, co-written with David Lee Miller, and due from Penguin/Philomel in February 2019.