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Chip Rosenbloom

Dale "Chip" Rosenbloom (born July 3, 1964) is an American filmmaker, known for Shiloh, Across the Tracks, and Fuel. He has produced twenty-five films and television movies. He was the co-owner and vice chairman of the Los Angeles Rams professional football franchise. From 2008 to 2010 he was the team's controlling owner, having inherited control of the team his family first acquired in the 1970s. Rosenbloom sold the family's remaining stake to co-owner Stan Kroenke in 2010. He is president of Rosenbloom Entertainment and founder/owner of Open Pictures.

Chip Rosenbloom
Born
Dale Rosenbloom
(1964-07-03)July 3, 1964 (age 57)
OccupationLos Angeles Rams Co-owner/Vice-Chairman, director, documentary/feature filmmaker, entrepreneur
Spouse(s)
Kathleen Melville
(m. 1988)​
Children2
Parent(s)Georgia Frontiere
Carroll Rosenbloom

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Rosenbloom was born July 3, 1964 in New York City. His father, Carroll Rosenbloom, was a businessman who, first with the Baltimore Colts and then the Los Angeles Rams, was the winningest owner in NFL history. Following his father's death in 1979, Rosenbloom's mother Georgia Frontiere became majority owner of the Rams. She later moved the team to St. Louis. Frontiere died in 2008, at which time Rosenbloom became controlling owner of the team. The family sold the majority interest in the team to Stan Kroenke at the end of the 2010 season. Rosenbloom remains a part owner of the Rams, and serves as the team's vice-chairman.

After graduating the USC Film School (now the USC School of Cinematic Arts) Rosenbloom began his career at Aaron Spelling Studios, followed by working in development for Mace Neufeld Productions. He began his career as an independent filmmaker in 1990. Among his films in the early 1990s were Across the Tracks, Nails, and the ABC movie Ride With the Wind. In 1997, he wrote, produced, and directed the multi-award-winning feature film Shiloh which tells the story of a young boy who rescues an abused dog.

Rosenbloom produced the WB Keri Russell vehicle Eight Days a Week. From here Rosenbloom began making documentary films. Notably, Reckless Indifference, is the true story of a teenage fight gone wrong and the sentencing injustice that followed. It won the International Press Academy Award, and is taught in several law schools.

In 2007, Rosenbloom produced the Weinstein Group film The Girl in the Park. That same year he was nominated for a Tony Award for producing the August Wilson play Radio Golf.

In 2008, he produced the documentary Fuel which was short-listed for an Oscar.

In 2013, Rosenbloom executive-produced The Call. Rosenbloom also executive-produced the film Careful What You Wish For.

Rosenbloom is producing the untitled Ryan Ferguson documentary, the story of a young man who was convicted of a murder based on the dream of a friend. A controversial case, it is being examined by director Andrew Jenks, and Rosenbloom is partnering with journalist Dylan Ratigan on this project, which explores the injustices of the justice system.

Additionally, he has written a number of songs for musical artists including Dayna Lane, Sheena Easton, and Rita Coolidge, and is the composer of the theatrical musical based on the Clint Eastwood movie Bronco Billy, set to premiere in 2015.

Rosenbloom has recently been active in social justice, and was among the people who signed Russell Simmons' letter to the President calling on the Federal Government to reform the mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines. He and his wife Kathleen were the seed financers behind the awareness campaign to help change these laws with Families Against Mandatory Minimums. Rosenbloom and his wife are also on the President's Council for Feeding America, the United States' largest hunger relief organization.(ANN) Additionally, he serves on the advisory boards of the Clinton Foundation Health Access Initiative, the Fulfillment Fund, the Veteran Jobs Corps, the Variety Club, Urban Farming, and Earth Justice.

Rosenbloom's productions have been honored with several awards, including the 2008 Sundance Film Festival Best Documentary Audience Award for Fuel, a 2007 Tony nomination of Best Play for his Broadway stage production of August Wilson's play Radio Golf, and then a 1997 Humanities Award and 1998 Genesis Award of Best Feature Film for his film Shiloh.

Director

  • Shiloh (1996)

Writer

Producer

Awards and nominations

Rosenbloom won Best Film, for Shiloh at the 1997 Chicago International Film Festival, the Crystal Heart Award for Shiloh at the 1997 Heartland Film Festival, the 1997 Humanities Award for Shiloh, the 1998 Genesis Award for Best Feature Film for Shiloh, garnered a 2007 Tony nomination of Best Play for Radio Golf, won the Best Documentary Audience Award for Fuel at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival, and the 2012 Silverdocs, Best Documentary award, for Fame High.

In 1988, he married Kathleen Melville in the Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church. He resides in Los Angeles with his wife and their son Alexander and daughter Olivia.

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Chip Rosenbloom Language Watch Edit Dale Chip Rosenbloom born July 3 1964 is an American filmmaker known for Shiloh Across the Tracks and Fuel 1 2 He has produced twenty five films and television movies 2 He was the co owner and vice chairman of the Los Angeles Rams professional football franchise 3 From 2008 to 2010 he was the team s controlling owner having inherited control of the team his family first acquired in the 1970s Rosenbloom sold the family s remaining stake to co owner Stan Kroenke in 2010 3 He is president of Rosenbloom Entertainment and founder owner of Open Pictures 4 5 Chip RosenbloomBornDale Rosenbloom 1964 07 03 July 3 1964 age 57 New York CityOccupationLos Angeles Rams Co owner Vice Chairman director documentary feature filmmaker entrepreneurSpouse s Kathleen Melville m 1988 wbr Children2Parent s Georgia Frontiere Carroll Rosenbloom Contents 1 Life and career 2 Charitable work 3 Awards 4 Filmography 4 1 Director 4 2 Writer 4 3 Producer 4 4 Awards and nominations 5 Personal life 6 References 7 External linksLife and career EditRosenbloom was born July 3 1964 in New York City 1 His father Carroll Rosenbloom was a businessman who first with the Baltimore Colts and then the Los Angeles Rams was the winningest owner in NFL history 4 Following his father s death in 1979 Rosenbloom s mother Georgia Frontiere became majority owner of the Rams She later moved the team to St Louis 6 Frontiere died in 2008 at which time Rosenbloom became controlling owner of the team 4 The family sold the majority interest in the team to Stan Kroenke at the end of the 2010 season 4 Rosenbloom remains a part owner of the Rams and serves as the team s vice chairman 4 After graduating the USC Film School now the USC School of Cinematic Arts Rosenbloom began his career at Aaron Spelling Studios followed by working in development for Mace Neufeld Productions 7 He began his career as an independent filmmaker in 1990 4 Among his films in the early 1990s were Across the Tracks Nails and the ABC movie Ride With the Wind 4 In 1997 he wrote produced and directed the multi award winning feature film Shiloh which tells the story of a young boy who rescues an abused dog 4 Rosenbloom produced the WB Keri Russell vehicle Eight Days a Week 8 From here Rosenbloom began making documentary films 9 Notably Reckless Indifference is the true story of a teenage fight gone wrong and the sentencing injustice that followed 9 It won the International Press Academy Award and is taught in several law schools 9 In 2007 Rosenbloom produced the Weinstein Group film The Girl in the Park 10 That same year he was nominated for a Tony Award for producing the August Wilson play Radio Golf 4 In 2008 he produced the documentary Fuel which was short listed for an Oscar 11 12 In 2013 Rosenbloom executive produced The Call 13 Rosenbloom also executive produced the film Careful What You Wish For 14 Rosenbloom is producing the untitled Ryan Ferguson documentary the story of a young man who was convicted of a murder based on the dream of a friend 15 A controversial case it is being examined by director Andrew Jenks and Rosenbloom is partnering with journalist Dylan Ratigan on this project which explores the injustices of the justice system 15 Additionally he has written a number of songs for musical artists including Dayna Lane Sheena Easton and Rita Coolidge and is the composer of the theatrical musical based on the Clint Eastwood movie Bronco Billy set to premiere in 2015 2 Charitable work EditRosenbloom has recently been active in social justice and was among the people who signed Russell Simmons letter to the President calling on the Federal Government to reform the mandatory minimum sentencing guidelines 16 He and his wife Kathleen were the seed financers behind the awareness campaign to help change these laws with Families Against Mandatory Minimums 16 Rosenbloom and his wife are also on the President s Council for Feeding America the United States largest hunger relief organization ANN Additionally he serves on the advisory boards of the Clinton Foundation Health Access Initiative the Fulfillment Fund the Veteran Jobs Corps the Variety Club Urban Farming and Earth Justice 17 18 19 Awards EditRosenbloom s productions have been honored with several awards including the 2008 Sundance Film Festival Best Documentary Audience Award for Fuel a 2007 Tony nomination of Best Play for his Broadway stage production of August Wilson s play Radio Golf and then a 1997 Humanities Award and 1998 Genesis Award of Best Feature Film for his film Shiloh 4 5 20 Filmography EditDirector Edit Shiloh 1996 2 Writer Edit Instant Karma 1990 Shiloh 1996 Shiloh 2 Shiloh Season 1999 Saving Shiloh 2006 2 Producer Edit Instant Karma 1990 Across the Tracks 1991 Nails 1992 A Woman Her Men and Her Futon 1993 Ride With the Wind 1994 Red Ribbon Blues 1995 Shiloh 1996 Eight Days a Week 1997 Confessions of a Sexist Pig 1998 Shiloh 2 Shiloh Season 1999 Reckless Indifference 2001 Learn the Game The Big Football Game 2004 Saving Shiloh 2006 Fan Demanium 200 The Girl in the Park 2007 Alice Upside Down 2008 Fuel 2008 Open Graves 2009 Make Me Young Youth Knows No Pain 2010 Radio Free Albemuth 2011 Janeane from Des Moines 2012 Fame High 2012 The Call 2013 2 Awards and nominations Edit Rosenbloom won Best Film for Shiloh at the 1997 Chicago International Film Festival the Crystal Heart Award for Shiloh at the 1997 Heartland Film Festival the 1997 Humanities Award for Shiloh the 1998 Genesis Award for Best Feature Film for Shiloh garnered a 2007 Tony nomination of Best Play for Radio Golf won the Best Documentary Audience Award for Fuel at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and the 2012 Silverdocs Best Documentary award for Fame High 12 21 22 23 Personal life EditIn 1988 he married Kathleen Melville in the Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church 24 He resides in Los Angeles with his wife and their son Alexander and daughter Olivia 1 4 References Edit a b c Chip Rosenbloom Omnilexica Retrieved July 31 2013 a b c d e f Dale Rosenbloom Internet Movie Data Base Retrieved August 1 2013 a b Jim Thomas Kroenke completes his bid to buy Rams STL Today Retrieved August 3 2013 a b c d e f g h i j k Chip Rosenbloom Voice America Retrieved August 3 2013 a b Chip Rosenbloom Sky Light Theatre Company Retrieved August 2 2013 Richard Goldstein Georgia Frontiere 80 First Female N F L Owner Is Dead The New York Times Retrieved August 2 2013 Jerry Berger CHIP ROSENBLOOM TURNS TO FILMMAKING FROM THE RAMS Bergers Beat Retrieved June 2 2013 Eight Days a Week Yatedo Retrieved August 4 2013 a b c Robert Koehler Review Reckless Indifference Variety Retrieved July 2 2013 THE GIRL IN THE PARK QED International Retrieved July 12 2013 Peter Dimako Fuel Trailer Premiere Upcoming movies com Retrieved August 4 2013 permanent dead link a b Josh Tickell amp Rebecca Harrell Tickell The Agency Group Archived from the original on August 15 2013 Retrieved August 13 2013 Chip Rosenbloom Dylan Ratigan Team With Andrew Jenks on Missouri Murder Docu Deadline Hollywood Retrieved July 12 2013 Dave McNary Nick Jonas Joins Careful What You Wish For Variety Archived from the original on June 12 2013 Retrieved July 14 2013 a b Dave McNary Rosenbloom Ratigan Jenks Team on Legal Docu Variety Retrieved August 3 2013 a b End The War on Drugs PDF Civil Rights Leaders amp Activists Archived from the original PDF on June 5 2013 Retrieved July 28 2013 Clinton Health Access Initiative Clinton Foundation Retrieved August 4 2013 Rams Rosenbloom helps kick off veterans job program St Louis Business Journal Retrieved August 5 2013 Earth Justice Annual Report PDF Earth Justice Retrieved August 6 2013 Rosenbloom Entertainment and Avondale Entertainment Group Set Deal to Produce Series of Family Films Based on Phyllis Reynolds Naylor Best Selling Alice Novels Business Wire Retrieved July 21 2013 Shiloh Awards Internet Movie Data Base Retrieved August 10 2013 Andrew Gans 2006 2007 Tony Nominations Announced Spring Awakening Garners 11 Noms Playbill com Archived from the original on October 29 2013 Retrieved August 13 2013 Awards for Fame High Internet Movie Database Retrieved August 13 2013 Los Angeles Times Broadway Benefit Times Two by MARY LOU LOPER March 27 1988External links EditChip Rosenbloom at IMDbRetrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Chip Rosenbloom amp oldid 1018352509, wikipedia, wiki, book, books, library,

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