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Bob Sarles was born on 12 February, 1957 in Buffalo, New York, United States, is a Film & Television Editor, Producer & Director. At 63 years old, Bob Sarles height not available right now. We will update Bob Sarles's height soon as possible.
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|Film & Television Editor, Producer & Director
|Bob Sarles Age
|65 years old
|12 February 1957
|Buffalo, New York, United States
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Bob Sarles co-directed (with Brett Berns) and edited the feature documentary film BANG! The Bert Berns Story, which had its world premiere at the 2016 SXSW Film Festival and has screened at the Mill Valley Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, Vancouver International Film Festival, Los Angeles' Don't Knock The Rock Festival, Chicago's CIMMFest and the prestigious DocNYC Festival in New York City and a score of other major film festivals and special screenings including the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. The film, distributed by Abramorama, had its theatrical release in the spring of 2017.
Since 1995 Sarles has produced and edited two dozen artist tribute films for the annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony for artists including Jefferson Airplane Dr. John, Janis Joplin, Buddy Guy, Crosby Stills & Nash, Little Walter, The O'Jays, Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five, Traffic, Dave Clark Five, Black Sabbath, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, Pete Seeger, Buffalo Springfield, Miles Davis, Wanda Jackson, Little Anthony & The Imperials, The Ronettes, Patti Smith, Gamble & Huff, The Five Royales and The Ventures.
Sarles co-edited the Peabody Award winning 1994 documentary mini-series Moon Shot for which he shared a Primetime Emmy nomination for editingand the 1999 ABC documentary The Story of Fathers & Sons. He edited three of the first four seasons of MTV's ground breaking reality television series The Real World. Bob Sarles has worked as an editor of a number of unscripted television series including Bravo's Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and Shahs Of Sunset, FX's Ultimate Fighter, WE's Kendra On Top and Braxton Family Values , Discovery's American Chopper , ABC's The Mole and Making The Band, and VH1's Basketball Wives
In 1991 Bob Sarles joined the staff of the famed special effects company Industrial Light & Magic, as the manager of the company's Commercial Editorial Department. There he edited television spots for clients such as Nike, Reebok, Chevrolet, Toyota and Miller Beer working with directors including Michael Owens, Steve Beck, Matthew Robbins, Joe Johnston, James Cameron, and Barry Sonnenfeld.
In 1986 Sarles founded his own film production company, Ravin' Films, which was incorporated in 2010. Sarles operates his production company with his longtime filmmaking partner Christina Keating, who is also his wife.
Bob Sarles edited award winning music videos for a number of top rock, rap and country artists including ZZ Top's 1984 MTV Best Group Video Legs which was co-edited with Sim Sadler and also received best editing nominations from the MTV Video Music Awards, The Billboard Music Video Awards and the American Music Video Awards, and Green Day's video Longview which was nominated for the 1994 MTV Best Group Video.
In the early 1970s, as a teen in the suburbs of Buffalo, New York, Bob Sarles began making 8mm films and videos using half inch reel to reel video. While still a high school student he attended workshops and screenings at Media Study/Buffalo, a regional development center for film and video makers that provided free access to film and video equipment. Sarles received his bachelor's degree in broadcasting and film from Boston University, where he co-produced and edited the short documentary Fantastic, which had its television premiere on Showtime and later was broadcast on KQED-TV in San Francisco.