About Robert Joseph Butler

Robert Butler is an award-winning filmmaker whose most recent feature length movie, "Blood Immortal," won Best Horror Feature Film at the 24th annual Indie Gathering International Film Festival and is now available to own on DVD and on Digital platforms. His favorite films include Mulholland Dr., 2001: A Space Odyssey, Persona, Pulp Fiction, Goodfellas, Sunset Blvd., Lost in Translation, Apocalypse Now, The Godfather, The Godfather: Part II, Citizen Kane, Cries and Whispers, L'Aventura, Do the Right Thing, Fargo, Schindler's List, La Dolce Vita, Pickup on South Street, Nashville, There Will Be Blood, Vertigo, and Contempt.

Dumb Money

We have had many films be released about the current century's most trying historical events ranging from 9/11, to the IRAQ War, and the 2008 Financial crises to name just [...]


Familiarly conceived but a highly amusing satire about a self-defense women's club for unpopular misfit females who have been ostracized by their classmates and faculty.  Emma Seligman's (Shiva Baby) sophomore [...]


Passages is an intimate, well-acted human drama that showcases just how great of a talent Franz Rogowski, Ben Whishaw, and Adèle Exarchopoulos are, as is co-writer and director Ira Sachs, [...]

Earth Mama

Another immersion in the exploration of systematic oppression for Black cinema, Earth Mama is a deeply artful portrait of a young pregnant woman's resilience against the foster care system. Through [...]

Theater Camp

We have experienced theatrics being mocked in mockumentary fashion before with Christopher Guests Waiting for Guffman, among many other subcultures. Molly Gordon and co-writer and co-director Nick Lieberman show signs [...]


Barbie is a fantasy comedy based on Mattel's fashion dolls that I can't see all families and young children enjoying. The welding of satire on consumerism, materialism, and capitalism into [...]


A quirky and oddly charming coming-of-age story about a young Italian woman in her early 20s struggling with loneliness and borderline personality disorder within her wealthy upbringing and the expectations [...]


Narrowing his focus info a more intimate and personal style of filmmaking, acclaimed filmmaker Christian Petzold has altered his Hitchcockian style and dystopian tone to a more meta-approach, but arguably [...]


  Biosphere is an off-kilter sci-fi comedy with a lot of potential that is reminiscent of the 1996 Hollywood comedy Biodome. It is a two-handler feature film debut from Mel [...]

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