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David A. Rosemont

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

David A. Rosemont is an American producer. He has been nominated for five Emmy Awards and four Golden Globes. Rosemont has won the Peabody award, two Critics Choice Awards, The Media Access Award, The Celebration of Diversity Award, The American Film Institute Award of Excellence, the Christopher Award, and the Emmy Award for Outstanding Made for Television Movie for the critically acclaimed Door to Door. [1]

Rosemont has produced for almost every major television studio including ABC, NBC, CBS, Showtime, Lifetime, The History Channel, A&E, PBS, The Hallmark Hall of Fame, DreamWorks, Starz, Scott Free and Turner Network Television where he produced the epic twelve-hour mini series, (Into The West) executive produced by Steven Spielberg which was seen by a record 81 million people during its six-week run on TNT and nominated for 16 Emmys including Best Miniseries. Rosemont also produced the international six-hour miniseries The Company for Sony, TNT and Ridley Scott, starring Michael Keaton, Chris O'Donnell, and Alfred Molina.

Some of Rosemont’s films include Graham Greene's The Tenth Man, The West Side Waltz, Purgatory, Riders of the Purple Sage, The Long Road Home, Henry James' Turn of the Screw, Robin Cook's Harmful Intent, What Love Sees, The Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, Passing Glory, The Wool Cap, The Seventh Stream, and a remake of High Noon...

Rosemont produced the film Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story starring Cuba Gooding, Jr and America starring Rosie O'Donnell. He produced the 8 hour international miniseries, (Pillars of the Earth) based on the bestselling novel by Ken Follett for Scott Free Productions and Tandem Communications and November Christmas for the Hallmark Hall of Fame Productions and CBS.[2] Rosemont produced the family films; Field of Vision and Game Of Your Life for NBC/Procter & Gamble/Walmart, the Hallmark Hall of Fame production of Firelight on ABC, the remake of Steel Magnolias starring Queen Latifah with record breaking ratings, and a four-hour mini series, Bonnie & Clyde for The History Channel directed by Academy Award nominee Bruce Beresford which was nominated for four Emmy's including Best Mini Series.

Rosemont produced The Gabby Douglas Story about the 2012 Olympic champion who won an unprecedented two Gold medals in gymnastics for the United States. His recent films include In My Dreams, One Christmas Eve and a dramatic series for PBS and Scott Free Productions/Ridley Scott called Mercy Street, a medical drama set during the Civil War. Rosemont recently produced MANHUNT:UNABOMBER, a limited series for Discovery Channel and Lionsgate TV about the FBI’s pursuit and apprehension of Ted Kaczynski, the Unabomber. And Strange Angel, a series for CBS All Access and Scott Free Productions, based on the novel Strange Angel: The Otherworldly Life of Rocket Scientist John Whiteside Parsons by George Pendle. Rosemont is currently producing the series Stumptown for ABC starring Cobie Smulders.

Filmography[3]

Year Film Special Notes
1985 Corsican Brothers
1986 Christmas Gift
1988 My Africa
1988 Graeme Greene's "The Tenth Man" Nominated - 1989 Golden Globe for Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for TV
1991 Ironclads
1991 Shadow of a Doubt
1991 Long Road Home Won - 1992 Writers Guild of America
1992 Fergie and Andrew: Behind Closed Doors
1993 Harmful Intent
1994 The Birds II: Land's End
1994 Trick of the Eye
1995 From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
1995 The West Side Waltz
1995 Haunting of Helen Walker
1996 Riders of the Purple Sage Won - 1997 Bronze Wrangler
1996 What Love Sees Won - 1997 Young Artists Award for Best Family TV Movie or Mini-Series - Network
1996 Host
1998 Carriers
1998 Virtual Obsession
1999 Passing Glory
1999 Purgatory Won - 2000 Bronze Wrangler
Nominated - 2000 Golden Satellite Award for Best Miniseries
2000 High Noon
2000 Race Against Time
2000 For All Time
2001 The Seventh Stream
2002 Door to Door Won - 2003 Primetime Emmy Award
2004 The Winning Season Nominated - 2005 Young Artists Award for Best Family Television Movie or Special
2004 The Wool Cap Nominated - 2005 Primetime Emmy Award
Nominated - 2005 Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards for Best Picture Made for Television
2005 Into the West Won - 2006 Bronze Wrangler
Nominated - 2006 PGA Award
Nominated - 2006 Primetime Emmy Award
2007 The Company Nominated - 2008 Golden Globes for Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Nominated - 2007 Satellite Awards for Best Miniseries
2008 SIS
2008 Sex and Lies in Sin City
2009 Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story
2009 America Nominated - 2010 NAMIC Vision Awards for Original Movie or Special
Nominated - 2010 Prism Awards for TV Movie or Miniseries
2010 The Pillars of the Earth Nominated - 2011 Primetime Emmy Award;
Nominated - 2011 PGA Award
Nominated - 2011 Golden Globe for Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television
Nominated 2011 Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA for Best Television Presentation
Won - 2011 Gemini Awards for Best Dramatic Mini-Series
Nominated - 2011 Online Film & Television Association for Best Motion Picture or Miniseries
Nominated - 2011 PGA Awards for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television
Nominated - 2011 Satellite Awards for Best Miniseries
Nominated - 2011 TP de Oro, Spain for Best Foreign Series (Mejor Serie Extranjera)
2010 November Christmas
2011 Taken from Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story Nominated - 2012 NAMIC Vision Awards for Original Movie or Special
2011 Field of Vision
2012 Steel Magnolias Nominated - 2013 Black Reel Award
Won - 2013 Image Awards for Outstanding Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
Nominated - 2013 NAMIC Vision Awards for Original Movie or Special
2012 Firelight Nominated - 2013 Image Awards for Outstanding Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special
2013 Bonnie and Clyde Nominated - 2014 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries
2014 The Gabby Douglas Story
2014 In My Dreams
2014 One Christmas Eve
2015 Cleveland Abduction
2015 Mercy Street
2017 Manhunt:Unabomber

2018-2019. Strange Angel

2019 Stumptown

Selected awards

Outcome Award
Won Riders of the Purple Sage: Bronze Wrangler for Best Television Feature Film (1997)
Won Purgatory: Bronze Wrangler for Best Television Feature Film (2000)
Won Door to Door: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Made for Television Movie (2003)
Nominated The Wool Cap: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Made for Television Movie (2005)
Nominated Into the West: Producers Guild of America Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television (2006)
Nominated Into the West: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries (2006)
Won Into the West: Bronze Wrangler Award for Best Television Feature Film (2006)
Nominated The Pillars of the Earth Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries or Movie (2011)
Nominated The Pillars of the Earth: Producers Guild of America Award for Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television (2011)
Nominated Steel Magnolias: Black Reel Award for Outstanding Television or Mini-Series Film (2013)
Nominated "Bonnie and Clyde": Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Miniseries (2014)

References

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