David Von Roehm
David is an actor, director, screenwriter, and producer bringing his experience, imagination, and resourcefulness to producing in various formats: music videos, short films, documentaries and feature films.
David is a founding partner and producer of Luck Films, founding partner and CEO of Ningun Films, and he is a Department Head at ChARTer~TECh Films.
David has worked for various independent companies as a producer for projects including "The Quiet Ones" - a feature horror film from Saint Sinner Entertainment, "Free Kairo" - a cable pilot for OFG Productions being considered at AMC and "Service Safari" - a documentary on Ugandan Education by filmmaker Luke Culleny.
With his own company - Ningun Films - formed in 2003 - David is lead producer on 3 feature films currently in development; Peter Bogdanovich's "One Lucky Moon", Norman Macera's "Shoot Out of Luck" and "The Dry Gulch Kid".
Recently, David was attached as a co-producer for the feature film "Cottonwood" based on the novel written by Stacy Dean Campbell. Production to begin Spring 2012.
He is currently editing a documentary he directed about shelter animals in Georgia called "Take Me Home", which is due to be released in Fall 2011.
From the animal care community connections made on this film, David has begun preproduction on "Shelter Aid" - a name act concert in Madison Square Garden taking place in March 2012 that will also be made into a documentary film.
While producing for Ningun Films and Luck Films, Mr. Roehm also helms chARTer~TECH Films; a student company out of the school where he teaches TV, Film and digital media arts - chARTer~TECH School for the Performing Arts. While the course work here is a real-world hands-on experience from script to screen, Mr. Roehm also stresses the historical, business and aesthetic sides of the medium. His background studies include ethics, hermeneutics and the Philosophy of Film as Language.
With chARTer~TECH Films, David has helped production of following film festivals:
-Down Beach FF Board - Atlantic City, NJ 2008