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Name  Barry Rubinow
Spouse  Carey Rubinow
Role  Film Editor
Movies  The Set Effect
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Born  1956 (age 58–59)Glen Rock, New Jersey
Occupation  business executive, film producer, director, and editor
Children  Jordan Rubinow, Brian Rubinow
Education  University of Southern California, Bucknell University, USC School of Cinematic Arts
Awards  Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Single Camera Editing
Similar People  Tom Neff, Todd Solondz, Adam Schomer, Steven Goldmann, Diandra Luker

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Barry Rubinow (born 1956) is a film executive and editor, born in Glen Rock, New Jersey, a suburb of New York City. Currently, he lives in West Hills, California.

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Education

Rubinow received his Bachelor of Arts from Bucknell University with a major in English and Psychology in 1978. In 1981, he completed a Master of Fine Arts at the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California.

Career

Currently Rubinow is the Senior Vice President of DOC: The Documentary Channel, where he supervises all original production and post production. DOC is the first channel in the United States to show documentaries on a full-time basis. The Documentary Channel was created in 1998 and is currently on the DISH Network, Channel 197.

Rubinow is also a television and documentary film editor.

In 1999, Rubinow produced and directed the 35mm feature film The Set Effect.

Filmography (producing and directing)

Feature film

  • The Set Effect (1999)
  • Documentaries (producing)

  • Hot Docs (2006)
  • Filmography (editing)

    Short documentaries

  • Red Grooms: Sunflower in a Hothouse (1986)
  • Louise Dahl-Wolfe: Painting with Light (1999)
  • Herb Alpert: Music for Your Eyes (2003)
  • Feature documentaries

  • Country Music: The Spirit of America (IMAX, 2003) aka, Our Country
  • Chances: The Women of Magdalene (2006)
  • Television documentaries

  • Frederic Remington: The Truth of Other Days (PBS, 1991)
  • Beatrice Wood: Mama of Dada (PBS, 1994)
  • America's Music: The Roots of Country (TBS 1996)
  • Television series

  • Beakman's World (1993)
  • COPS (1993–1994)
  • Ultimate 10 (1999)
  • The Eddie Files (1997–2000)
  • Born American (2003)
  • Doc Talk (2006)
  • Hot Docs (2006)
  • Awards

    Wins

  • Academy of Television Arts & Sciences: Emmy Award, Beakman's World, editing, 1995
  • References

    Barry Rubinow Wikipedia