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Bart Winfield Sibrel Edit Profile

filmmaker , playwright

Bart Winfield Sibrel, American filmmaker, playwright. Recipient Directors Choice award Sinking Creek Film Festival, 1988, 1st place award for dramatic film Videomaker magazine and Sony Film Competition, 1991, best cinematography, best editing, 2 top ten awards American Motion Picture Society, 1991. Member American Film Institute, National Academy television Arts and Sciences, National Advertising Federation.

Background

Sibrel, Bart Winfield was born on December 15, 1964 in Dayton, Ohio, United States. Son of Donald Winfield and Sylvia Claire (Herbert) Sibrel.

Career

President, Professional Gags Unlimited, Nashville, 1981-1983;director, Poverty Playhouse, Nashville, 1984-1986;intern, Film House, Inc., Nashville, 1985;supervising producer, Bachelor of Science Prodns., Nashville, since 1985. Producer Community Access television, Nashville, 1984-1986.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Why Be Normal? A Guide to the Unconventional, 1987. Scriptwriter television movies Ouden, 1984, The Tell-Tale Heart, 1985, What Do You Call It?, 1986. Screenwriter Selah, 1987.

      Director television movie Crowds' Child, 1986, music videos Berlin, 1987, Crazy Face, 1989, Real Men Cry, 1990, Moore and Moore, 1991, documentary Israel, 1987 (award), films My Cheeseburger with Bart, 1991, The Passerby, 1991 (award), Alice, Abigail, Annie, 1991 (award), To Heaven, 1991 (award).

Membership

Member American Film Institute, National Academy television Arts and Sciences, National Advertising Federation.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: maze drawing, playing chess and backgammon.

Connections

father:
Donald Winfield Sibrel

mother:
Sylvia Claire (Herbert) Sibrel