Bobby Ciraldo

Film story contributor

1974 –

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Who is Bobby Ciraldo?

Bobby Ciraldo is a filmmaker and web-based artist whose works include Hamlet A.D.D., William Shatner's Gonzo Ballet, the production of Frankie Latina's Modus Operandi, and a music video for Leslie and the Ly's called "Zombie Killer". He attended Grinnell College and later collaborated with Chris Smith, Ray Chi, and Scott Reeder to create ZeroTV.com, a precursor to MySpace and YouTube.

His Milwaukee-based production company Special Entertainment is co-owned by collaborator Andrew Swant. Ciraldo's films have won first prize at Milwaukee's 24-hour Film Festival in 2005 and 2007, and he has exhibited work at New York's White Columns gallery. According to the Internet Movie Database, he has worked as a computer programmer and holds two patents. Ciraldo co-created a broadcast television show with Andrew Swant and David Robbins called Something Theater, which has been airing since early 2009.

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Born
Oct 12, 1974
Skokie
Also known as
  • Robert Ciraldo
Nationality
  • United States of America
Profession

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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