Roger Schulte has produced and edited feature films and TV shows for over 20 years. Currently in release The Nuns, The Priests, and The Bombs (editor, associate producer) features nuclear disarmament activists. His documentary GIBTOWN (SXSW, Independent Lens), about a Florida carnival and circus community, can been seen on iTunes.
A graduate of School of Visual Arts in 1989, Roger began working professionally, with film and splicer, cutting From Hollywood to Hanoi (Film Forum, Telluride, Sundance Film Festival, Cinemax). He operated one of the earliest indie AVID facilities and mentored young filmmakers while editing breakthrough LGBT series A Question of Equality and the acclaimed documentary Motherland Afghanistan, both funded by ITVS.
Other notable work includes Portraits of Grief for New York Times Television and countless programs that have aired on A&E, Discovery Network, Court TV, PBS, and OWN.
Dedicated to work about social change, Roger is committed to bringing his skills and expertise to a new generation of media creators through teaching (School of Visual Arts, DCTV, Columbia Prep), and mentorships.
Roger Schulte • Editor • Producer
Lake Worth Beach • New York • Los Angeles
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Sparking Life, Sparking Recovery- Pilot –Community Based Video Short
The Nuns, The Priests, and The Bombs Veteran journalist Helen Young explores the issues surrounding nuclear disarmament as she follows activist nun Sister Megan Rice and others serving prison sentences for peaceful anti-nuclear activism.
Motherland Afghanistan – PBS – Independent Lens
Sedika Mojadidi documents the battle for maternal health in her estranged homeland.
From Hollywood To Hanoi – Indochina Film Arts Foundation – Cinemax
Oliver Stone presents Tiana Alexandra’s documentary about her return to Vietnam.
Gibtown – PBS – Independent Lens (Co-producer & Editor)
Documentary explores lives of retired carnival performers in a Florida town.
Testosterone – Strand Releasing
Based on a novel by James Robert Baker, this dark comedy starring Antonio Sabato, Jr., Jennifer Coolidge and Sonia Braga examines the fine line between brilliance and obsession.
2350 – EoA Film
A short film by Hoang A. Duong about a passionate and mysterious encounter between a man and a women.
BBQ Pitmasters – Destination America
Three semi-final winners return one last time to battle it out for $50,000, and the ultimate title of Kingsford BBQ Pitmasters Grand Champion in this two hour special.
Oprah’s Favorite Things 2012 – OWN
Two hour special follows Oprah Winfrey and her team as they prepare for O magazine’s Christmas issue, and surprise military spouses with some of her favorite things.
Portraits of Grief – Discovery Times
New York Times writers collaborate with producer/directors Nigel Nobel and Sonia Slutsky to illuminate portraits of several individuals lost during the September 11th terror attacks.
Nine Days in New Hampshire – New York Times Television
An up-close-and-personal look at presidential candidates during the New Hampshire Primary of 2004.
A Man Called Dog – A&E (Co-producer & Editor)
One-hour special examines bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman’s past, from his wild outlaw-biker days and his rehabilitation in a Texas prison to his successful career as the world’s greatest bounty hunter.
A Question Of Equality: Outrage 69 – PBS
Premiere episode of a four-part television series on lesbian and gay life in America.
TV “Reality” Programing
First 48 – A&E (pilot) Highly charged reality series follows detectives fighting against the clock to solve homicide cases. The pilot went on to become one of the longest lasting reality shows.
North Woods Law – Animal Planet Highly-rated show follows Maine game wardens in this funny and exciting character-driven series. Baby owls and skunks you bet it was fun.
My Life is a Lifetime Movie – Lifetime Stories told from the point of view of women whose real lives seem too bizarre to be true. The show weaves together recreations, interviews, and archival footage.
Dog the Bounty Hunter – A&E (some episodes as Co-producer & Editor)
Love ’em or hate ’em, this top-rated “reality” series about the follies of bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman and his colorful family is a well crafted and often very profound documentary series and one of the first.
Desperate to Buy- HGTV Humorous reality series about house-hunting under pressure.
Extreme Cheapskates – TLC The name says it all. This show features people who will eat out of dumpsters, pee in a jar to avoid flushing toilets, and re-use dental floss, all to save a buck.
Maternity Ward – TLC Heart-warming and intense reality show observes women and their doctors as they go through the labor process.
Haunting Evidence – truTV Stylized journey follows psychics as they investigate unsolved murder cases.
Trauma: Life in the ER – TLC One-hour reality series brings the viewer inside of the life-and-death struggles of the emergency room.
Lifeline – Discovery Health Emotionally charged journey follows children living with terminal and chronic ailments.
Memphis Homicide – Court TV Critically acclaimed three-hour documentary series explores all angles of murder cases.
The Critical Hour – Science Channel The clock starts with a 911 call and follows emergency personal as they rush to treat patients within the first and most critical hour.
Pawn Stars – History Channel – History.com Condensed and restructured short versions for the Web, the popular series showcases the follies of a pawnshop.
Mystery Quest – History Channel – History.com
Fast-paced short versions for the Web, the series follows experts throughout the world attempting to solve some of mankind’s strangest and most persistent mysteries.
Nostradamus Effect – History Channel – History.com
Enticing short versions for the Web, the series examines doomsday scenarios popularized by myths, prophecies and religions from various cultures.
Dog the Bounty Hunter – A&E
Supervised and edited short segments and extras for the Web.