Dale “Chip” Rosenbloom is an American filmmaker, songwriter, and playwright. His work includes Fuel, a documentary about America’s dependence on fossil fuels; Intent to Destroy: Death, Denial and Depiction, a documentary about the 1915 genocide of Armenians at the hands of the Turks; and the three Shiloh films, which tell the story about a young boy’s quest to rescue a neglected and abused puppy. He is a producer, director, screenwriter, and composer.
Rosenbloom graduated from the University of Southern California School of Film and worked for Aaron Spelling Studios right out of college. He later founded his own production company, Open Pictures, and has worked on more than thirty films for big and small screens.
Rosenbloom has earned a number of awards throughout his career, including the following:
- 2008 Best Audience Documentary Award for Fuel at the Sundance Film Festival
- A Tony Award nomination for Best Play for his adaptation of August Wilson’s Radio Golf in 2007
- The 2012 SilverDocs award for best documentary for Fame High
- The 1997 Humanities Award for Shiloh.
- Honors awards at both the Houston and Philadelphia Film Festivals in 1991 for his film Across the Tracks, which gave Brad Pitt his first starring role.
Rosenbloom’s songwriting credits include penning songs for popular artists like Dayna Lane, Rita Coolidge, and Sheena Easton and co-writing the score with John Torres to the 2019 Broadway musical Bronco Billy, which he also produced.
Chip Rosenbloom was the managing owner and vice chairman of the Los Angeles Rams from 2008-2010, after having inherited control of the team his family first acquired in the 1970s. His father, Caroll Rosenbloom, bought the Baltimore Colts in 1953 when the NFL needed a twelfth team.
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July 3, 1964