Chip Rosenbloom


Chip is one of Hollywood’s most dedicated, creative and versatile writer-producer-directors, whose independent production companies have been instrumental in the development and production of more than 20 feature films including the Shiloh trilogy films, nominated for a Humanitas Award and a highly successful franchise for Warner Brothers; Girl in the Park directed by Pulitzer Prize winner David Auburn; and Across the Tracks, which marked the first starring role for Brad Pitt. Recognized for his family-friendly quality films and his relevant and socially significant documentaries, Chip is also an active songwriter, Broadway producer and is an owner and vice-chairman of the St. Louis Rams. Chip’s credits include writing, producing and directing Shiloh, based on the Newberry award-winning trilogy by best-selling author Phyllis Reynolds Naylor; producing the award-winning documentary Fuel; and producing the Broadway stage and Tony nominated production of August Wilson’s Radio Golf.  Chip’s songs have been recorded by Sheena Easton, Rita Coolidge and Dayna Layne, amongst others. A graduate of the USC Film School, Chip sits on a number of charitable boards, among them the Fulfillment Fund; the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America; the Los Angeles County High School for the Performing Arts, and Variety-The Children’s Charity. Currently, Chip is readying several projects for the screen including Philip K. Dick’s Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said.  He is also attached to direct the feature film, Crossed and is finishing production of Tone, a documentary about the electric guitar.