WHO is Roger and WHAT has he done all his life?

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.

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