Robert Gregson is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker.
His short Shut Eye earned the Best Horror Short Award at Montreal Independent Film Festival and his short The Refrigerator earned the Best New Director Award at Brooklyn Film Festival. His feature film Trivia Night won the Best Feature Film Award at the Omaha Film Festival and is now available on Amazon Prime.
As a director, he has created ads for NYU, U.N. Environment, FEED Foundation, Entrepreneur Magazine, Post Pebbles Cereal, Arm, and Joico. He also wrote and directed Envisioning a New Home for the Late Show, a viral short which documented the architectural renovation of the Ed Sullivan Theater for Stephen Colbert’s late show. He is a member of the team at All of Us Films, a production company geared toward creating socially conscious ads.
He recently wrote and directed a short dramatic thriller, A Good Couple, which is now in postproduction. His feature film Influencers, developed with screenwriter Benjamin Reeves, was selected to take part in the Northeast Filmmaker’s Lab.