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Stephen Auerbach is an award winning producer and independent filmmaker. Auerbach has supervised over 200 hours of network, cable and October 2017 syndicated programming, won 17 Film Festival Awards, and pioneered the monetizing of independent films via social media. His work has been seen in over 199 countries. Auerbach recently made headlines with two groundbreaking films for the A+E Network, "The Secret Tapes of the O.J. Case" and "O.J. Speaks." In an unprecedented media strategy for the A+E Network, Auerbach's films were played simultaneously around the world in over 120 countries. Auerbach's body of television work includes over 35 hours for NBC (World's Most Amazing Videos, You Asked For It!, and Race Across America), 40 hours for DISCOVERY (How'd They Do That?, World's Most...), 15 hours for FOX-TV (In Search Of, Road to Fame); and over 50 hours for syndication (including Whacked Out Sports). Auerbach has also produced quality entertainment for ABC-TV; NBC SPORTS, LIFETIME; A+E; TLC; SYFY; FINE LIVING; and the USA NETWORK. As an independent filmmaker Auerbach has showcased his creative diversity with a number of compelling films (Race Across America, The Memory Box) that have touched the heart and raised consciousness. Bicycle Dreams, Stephen Auerbach's most recognized film, has played throughout the world and won 17 Film Festival Awards for Best Documentary Film, Best Editing and Best Directing. Bicycle Dreams stands as one of the highest grossing independently distributed documentaries of all time. As an independent distributor and social media marketing expert, Auerbach has consistently been able to out perform many studio distributed films through his innovative screening tours and internet awareness campaigns. With over 150,000 fans on Facebook, Auerbach is able to generate interest and revenue for his independent films. Auerbach frequently speaks to aspiring filmmakers and producers at industry conferences, offering his take on how to build a career: "Take every job you are offered when you are starting out. The more you know, the more you can do. Being successful in the creative arts is about being flexible. Talent is built, not granted." Auerbach began his career as a staff writer for comedian Richard Belzer.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Stephen Auerbach