Rob Sorrenti is an award-winning film-maker. His film debut, Wednesday,
was exec produced by four times Oscar nominated director Stephen Daldry.
To date the film has been screened at 50 Film Festivals around the world
and won a raft of awards. Rob work on 'Wednesday' earned him a nomination
for Channel 4's young talent award for best director.
Rob's second short film, Hollow, is a sensitive observation about the
nature of addiction. It has garnered industry attention and to date has
been officially selected for 25 Festivals. It also received three awards
at the Oscar accredited Rhode Island International Film Festival (2011) -
including the much coveted 'Film Maker of the Future' award. Hollow also
won Best Short Film at the the European Spiritual Film Festival (2012).
Past work includes the documentary - The Real Billy Eliot Diaries,
broadcast on ITV to an audience of 2million; which Rob produced and
directed. And behind the scene featurettes for a range of features,
including Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason, Pride & Prejudice, United
93, Bourne Ultimatum, Atonement, Rock N Rolla, Green Zone and 47 Ronin.
Rob also directed the digital content for hit BBC comedies Rev and Him
In 2012 Rob was hired by film director Stephen Daldry and LOGOC to make a film about the legacy of the Olympic Games.
"unobtrusive directing and very good performances by all the main
characters....Director Rob Sorrenti has made a highly believable film² - Barry Norman - Film Critic.
"visually captivating...Rob shows an amazing confidence in his filmmaking
ability" - Allison Janney - Emmy / Golden Globe winner.
"Rob's films are beautifully made and exceedingly well directed...
Clearly, Rob is a director with enormous talent" - Oscar winning screenwriter - Bruce Rubin
"A perfect mastery of filmmaking." -
Jacques Richard, French avant-garde filmmaker & Daniel Wurhmann, exec prod of films by Robert Altman & Woody Allen.
"Rob Sorrenti is one of the best filmmakers I have seen in years."
- ESFF festival director, Suzanne Lee