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Richard Bosner


Born in Bogota, Colombia, Richard J Bosner is a Latinx award winning Producer/Director who has established himself as one of the leading voices for a new generation of diverse, politically charged filmmakers. He is best known for producing the true story, Fruitvale Station, starring Octavia Spencer and Michael B. Jordan which received the Sundance Film Festival U.S. Grand Jury Prize in the Dramatic category and the Sundance Audience Award, U.S. Dramatic, presented by Acura along with 44 nominations/wins during the 2013 Awards Season. Bosner has also produced numerous breakout films such as Nick Sandow’s The Wannabe starring Patricia Arquette, with Executive Producers, Dean Devlin and Martin Scorsese; Other People, starring Molly Shannon, Mapplethorpe, starring Matt Smith; and Axelle Carolyn’s horror feature, The Manor, soon to be released by Blumhouse/Amazon studios. In 2012, Bosner directed the award winning indie feature, Falling Uphill, solidifying his reputation as a vital storyteller and talented director. He also became a member of the Director’s Guild of America and is represented on the union’s list of diverse directors. In 2019, Bosner was honored as one of the years LATINX Trail-Blazing producers for his substantial contribution to diverse and inclusive filmmaking. He is currently in post-production on Brit McAdams’s comedy feature, Paint, starring Owen Wilson and Michaela Watkins. He also produced the dramatic thriller, Black Bear, starring Aubrey Plaza and directed by Lawrence Michael Levin which premiered at Sundance Film Festival 2020