I’m excited to announce that Roberta Pacino Productions is collaborating with Entpro Inc. and director Arthur Allan Seidelman to produce a slate of films, which Arthur will direct. Arthur has directed over 50 films and 20 television series, directing many major names including Elizabeth Taylor, Cicely Tyson, Angela Lansbury, Mary Tyler Moore, Burt Lancaster, Ellen Burstyn, Sammy Davis Jr., Gena Rowlands and many others.
Our awesome documentary is in development! I’ll be posting updates about Good Vibrations on Twitter, so be sure to follow me @robertapacino.
Roberta Pacino’s Filmography
THE SHIVER SHACK (2000)
I wrote and produced The Shiver Shack while in school studying broadcast journalism and film theory. I loved making this documentary and interviewing these fascinating people! The Shiver Shack tells a story that frees the collective voice of those folks who lived without modern plumbing—real folks who remember it well. Both shocking and hilarious, these old timers delve deep into their memories, telling tales about the outhouse.
Watch the Entire Documentary Here
BEHIND THE RAIN: THE STORY OF A MUSEUM (2003)
I co-produced Behind the Rain: The Story of a Museum while in school studying broadcast journalism and film theory. This story about the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History looks back over a century, detailing the atrocious conditions in which Oklahoma’s priceless collections were housed and the struggle the people of the state of Oklahoma had raising the funds to build their new, state of the art museum.
Watch the First 15 Minutes Here
Roberta Pacino’s Theater Credits
SIX DANCE LESSONS IN SIX WEEKS
In 2006 I worked with Entpro Plays as a producer on the West End debut of Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, at the Theatre Royal Haymarket. Written by Richard Alfieri and directed by Arthur Allan Seidelman, the play starred Claire Bloom and Billy Zane.