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, and Contempt.

The Humans

Stephen Karams' experience as a playwright and screenwriter (The Seagull, Speech & Debate) delivers him promising directing skills in The Humans, a Thanksgiving family reunion dark comedy that is carried [...]

House of Gucci

Following the traditional rise and fall formula, where the main characters of the yarn rise from nothing and fall right after hitting the peak as the narrative unfolds, House of [...]

King Richard

Following his 2018 feature debut, the Sundance police drama "Monsters and Men," Reinaldo Marcus Green makes a huge leap from an indie drama to a studio drama with King Richard, [...]


Actress turned filmmaker Rebecca Hall's debut feature shows a commendable passion for human drama, as well as for the technical aspects of filmmaking, composition, and framing in Passing, a black-and-white [...]


In Kenneth Branagh's award-winning crowd-pleaser, Belfast, a nostalgic and self-autobiographical chronicle of Branagh's own childhood as well as a tribute to his lovable and loving family--who is forced to come [...]

Wife of A Spy

Once again succeeding on a artistic level, Wife of A Spy, which is acclaimed Japanese filmmaker Kiyoshsi Kurosawa's 23rd film which was released on Japanese Television last year during the [...]


Centering on a more romanticized but accurate chapter in the detached marriage of Princess Diana and Prince Charles, Pablo Larrain's Spencer is an exquisitely crafted, superbly acted biographical drama about [...]

Mogul Mowgli

In his sophomore effort, the dramatic film Mogul Mowgli, Pakistani filmmaker Bassam Tariq holds a lot of promise as a co-writer and director with his first attempt at narrative filmmaking. [...]


Though not entirely cohesive, Ema, Pablo Larrain's Chilean drama, is a challenging, skillfully directed drama that showcases more of his artistry and elegant visual eye that hopefully more audiences will [...]