R. Christian Anderson


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Christian was born in Los Angeles and raised in Hollywood. His mother, Lita, was an announcer for radio station KMPC, at the time a music and entertainment station. Though only a child, she took him to numerous movie premieres she covered in her broadcasts. During that time he met many celebrities, including Lucille Ball, Dick Powell, June Allison... See full bio »

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Defcon 2012 Director
(2010)
(2017)
The Ruminator Director
(2020)

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 2017 The House on Cortez Street (Video documentary short) (supervising producer)
 2017 A Minute of Stirling Calder (Short) (supervising producer - uncredited)
 2017 Manhattan Montage (Short) (supervising producer - uncredited)
 2017 Lost Broadway (Short) (supervising producer - uncredited)
 2017 Slate Me! (TV Series) (production consultant)
 2017 Tetrazzini at the Fountain (Short) (supervising producer - uncredited)
 2017 I Remember Devi Dja (Short) (supervising producer)
 2016 The Eyes of Bierstadt (Short) (supervising producer - uncredited)
 2016 A Chance to Say Goodbye (Short) (production consultant)
 2015 The Ghosts of San Francisco (Short) (supervising producer - uncredited)
 2015 When the World Came to San Francisco (Documentary) (co-producer) / (supervising producer)
 2015 Sugarfoot Photo Shoot (Short) (supervising producer - uncredited)
 2015 Danse Sensuelle (Video short) (supervising producer - uncredited)
 2013 Nijinsky: Still Dancer (Documentary short) (producer)
 2012 To Serve and Protect (Short) (production consultant)
 2012 Gunner's Rift (Short) (line producer)
 2012 Old Hollywood (Short) (producer)
 2012 A Matter of Divorcement (Short) (producer)
 2010 Tea and Destiny (Short) (producer)
 2009/I Mind Games (Short) (associate producer)
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Other Works:

Art Director for "Racquet Tech Magazine" in Del Mar, California. Christian designed and illustrated over 30 covers for the magazine. During this period, he also designed and illustrated the cover for the book "The Physics and Technology of Tennis" by Howard Brody, Rod Cross, and Crawford Lindsey. See more »

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1 Article | 1 Pictorial | See more »

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Alternate Names:

Phillipe Beaumont | Chris Graham | Alexander Larkin | Clifton Steiner
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Personal Quote:

Instead of picking apart a person's looks, their haircut, odd mannerism or such... we need to see them for their talent, their contributions, or simply their heart. Everyone is amazing in their own way. See more »

Trivia:

R. Christian Anderson's film "Manhattan Montage" won the New York Film Festival's "Top Music Video" award in Harlem on August 29, 2017. The award was accepted by Miriam Danar who was the photographer for the film. See more »

Trademark:

Has at least one over-all static shot in his films. He refers to this as his "Kubrick" shot. See more »

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