Robert S. Mills

Producer - Director - Writer


Bob is a seasoned film and video producer whose career spans twenty five years, with a broad background of production experience in motion pictures and television.  An award-winning Producer, Director and Writer, he has been involved in the production of well over one hundred shows -- network television series, commercials, corporate programs, documentaries, television movies and feature films.

He earned his MA degree in Cinema at the University of Southern California, went on to the DGA Training program, and has been a member of the Directors Guild of America, West since 1980.   He has over 15 years experience in the major Hollywood Studio environment – at the studios, on local locations, and on distant locations around the country.

His production staff experience includes work at Warner Brothers, MGM, Universal, Paramount, 20th Century-Fox, and Disney studios. His credits as assistant director include over fifty network television film programs of an hour or more, and several feature motion pictures. TV series projects include The Flash, Tour of Duty, The Father Dowling Mysteries and CHiPs. Features include The Running Man with Arnold Schwarzenegger, and No Way Out with Gene Hackman and Kevin Costner.

As Producer he has created a variety of award winning film and video projects for cable channels, corporate clients and direct sale. Reflexology, The Timeless Art of Self-Healing, a 75-minute show shot on location in Hawaii, is currently a best-seller nationwide, as is the follow-up 90-minute production, Reflexology and the Living, Loving Woman.

He produced segments of three A&E Network programs: The Story of the Gun and two episodes of Ancient Mysteries. He also produced Primarily Primates and Keepers of the Wild, documentary Specials for the Disney Channel's "Disney Studio Showcase". These shows were extremely popular, drawing the highest viewer response of any program aired to that date and nominated for the Cable ACE Award.

His awards for corporate and informational films include the CINDY Award of the Association of Visual Communicators, the TELLY Award, the APPLE Award of the National Educational Film Festival, and the CHRIS Award of the Columbus International Film & Video Festival.  In fact, every show in which he had creative control has won a major national award.

Bob works freelance nationwide from offices in Los Angeles and Washington DC, where he makes his home, currently focusing on film and video productions, feature film scripts and Internet project development. 

If your project requires top level talent and skills, please call Bob at 703-430-4444, or send email to:

        Bob@DCCinema.com