Robin Crumley has recently wrapped production on his directorial debut Mystery of the White Lions, a feature documentary filmed in Timabavati, South Africa. The film focuses on the mythology and conservation of one of the most rare animals on the planet, the White Lion. He has also just completed a TV documentary entitled Rhythmic Roots, which was filmed in India and Israel about the accomplished Israeli musician Yossi Fine. Feature Producing credits include After The Ball starring Lauren Holly and Chris Noth, and The Entitled starring Ray Liotta and Kevin Zegers. Most notably he was the lead producer on the rock’n’roll vampire film Suck starring Malcolm McDowell, Iggy Pop, Alice Cooper, Henry Rollins, Moby, and Jessica Paré written and directed by Rob Stefaniuk.
Documentary and short film credits include the feature length documentaries: Marion Woodman: Dancing in the Flames, based on the life of Jungian analyst Marion Woodman, and Global Groove Network, which examines the history and culture of EDM (Electronic Dance Music). He Produced the Genie nominated short film, The Answer Key, and the acclaimed web-series for Sphinx Productions and Apple Canada This Week On Movies, hosted by acclaimed film critic Richard Crouse. In 2016 he completed two short films with director Joe Kicak, Must Kill Karl and Frigid, for Bravo, and the Canada Arts Council. Before Producing and Directing, Crumley worked up through the ranks from prep through post in a variety of positions within film production. He spent 5 years with Urban Post Production to hone his understanding of the complex world of post- production, and has acted as Post Supervisor on two feature films, After The Ball and The Entitled. Throughout his career he has had the privilege to work with such directors as David Cronenberg, Clive Barker, Norman Jewison, Deepa Mehta, Vincenzo Natali, David Gordon Green, and Terry Gilliam.