Bob Gosse

Producer and director Bob Gosse began his professional career collaborating with his cousin Hal Hartley on shorts and two feature films, “The Unbelievable Truth” (1988) and Trust” (1990). In 1991, Bob started the lauded indie film company The Shooting Gallery with a handful of local filmmakers, including Michael Almereyda, Nick Gomez and Whitney Ransick.


  • Produced "Laws of Gravity" (1992), the first film from The Shooting Gallery
  • Produced “Hand Gun” (1993)
  • Directed “The Last Home Run” (1996)
  • Developed features for The Shooting Gallery, including Billy Bob Thornton's “Slingblade” (1997) and Kenneth Lonigan's “You Can Count on Me” (2000)
  • Produced Tim McCann's “Runaway” (2005), Michael Almereyda's “Tonight at Noon” (2006) and Carl Evan's “Frame of Mind” (2009)

Career Highlights

  • Collaborated with Spike Lee to produce “New Jersey Drive” (1995) with director Nick Gomez
  • Adapted Wendy Hammond's play "Julie Johnson" into a feature film starring Lilli Taylor, Courtney Love and Spaulding Gray (2001)
  • Directed the film adaptation of the best-selling Tucker Max novel, “I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell” (2009)

Awards, Recognitions and Honors

  • Produced Michael Almeryda’s pixelvision feature “Another Girl, Another Planet” (1992), which won the National Film Critics Award for Best Experimental Feature
  • Directed the acclaimed “Niagara, Niagara (1998), which was lauded at the Venice International Film Festival in 1997 and won the distinguished Volpi Cup for leading actress Robin Tunney


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