Robert Pulcini is an American Film Director. He was born on the 24th of August in the year 1964. He is an inhabitant of the city of United States of America called the New York City. He graduated from Camden’s Rutgers University. Though brought up in a highly diverse city, he is still in touch with his Italian descent and traditions. Growing up in the city of dreams, he was a creative person and inclined towards writing. He also wanted to create stories in television or movies. He is now a well-known Editor, Writer and Director. After completing his graduation, he went on to pursue post-graduation to attain a master’s degree in films. He did so at the Columbia University. During his studies at Columbia, he met
Shari Springer Berman
They eventually formed a duo of filmmakers and have ever since done all their work together. Robert married Shari in the year 1994 at the age of 30. Shari is Jewish by religion but grew up in New York City. The couple has been happily married for over 22 years. Before he stepped into making mainstream feature films, he began his journey in the Film Industry as a documentarian and screenwriter. Robert and Shari have a random rule, according to which their respective name tops the other’s name in alternative flicks. Although Robert is predominantly, a director and screenwriter, he displayed his acting skills in a small role in the flick American Splendor. However, he started his career with Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen’s which brought Robert critical acclaim and several esteemed nominations.
The Young and The Dead also garnered a lot of attention which then instigated the filmmaker to make a feature film. American Splendor, ‘
’, The Nanny Diaries,
Girl Most Likely
, Cinema Verite,
The Extra Man
Ten Thousand Saints
are some of his noteworthy works as a filmmaker. Robert won his maximum number of awards for his film ‘American Splendor’ which he directed along with Shari Springer Berman. They received the Best Screenplay Award from Boston Film Critics, Los Angeles Film Critics and National Society of Film Critics.
They won the Best Adapted Screenplay Award from Central Ohio Film Critics, San Diego Film Critics and Writers Guild of America (WGA). The New York Film Critics awarded Robert the award for Best First Film, whereas Chicago Film Critics presented him with Most Promising Performers Award. They got the Best First Feature Award from Toronto Film Critics.