The Crew > AUGIE ROBLES - EDITOR
Augie Robles comes off a ten year stint editing C.S.I: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS Productions/ Jerry Brukheimer TV) and makes his move into independent features with the release of MOSQUITA Y MARI, official selection for the Sundance Film Festival 2012. Currently, Augie is directing, writing and editing his short film, THE ROOKIE AND THE RUNNER, which is to be released this year.
In addition to his work in commercial television, Augie has edited several independent short film narratives and documentaries: Aurora Guerrero's short films, PURA LENGUA (Official Sundance selection 2005) and VIERNES GIRL (HBO/ New York International Latino Film Festival 2006). During the Screen Writer's strike of 2007, he edited a short documentary for the University of Notre Dame about Latin American immigration issues examined through art in an exhibition called CARAS VEMOS, CORAZONES NO SABEMOS. Most recently, he cut a short film for the Arts Catalyst project, and chimpanzee demographic, in Rachel Mayeri's PRIMATE CINEMA: APES AS FAMILY.
After college he directed and produced three documentaries that screened at film festivals at home and abroad. He received a letter of recognition form the City of San Francisco in 1995 for !VIVA 16!, an oral history project about the historically gay Latino enclave on 16th Street in San Francisco's Mission District.
Augie Robles is a graduate of both the American Film Institute, where he was a directing fellow class of 1995, and University of California at Berkeley, class of 1990.