Robbie Leppzer is an award-winning independent documentary filmmaker with thirty years experience directing over thirty independent film, video, and public radio documentaries for national and international distribution. His critically acclaimed works about contemporary social issues and multicultural themes have been broadcast globally by CNN International and broadcast nationally in the United States and Canada by PBS, CNN, HBO/Cinemax, Sundance Channel, The Learning Channel, Black Entertainment Television, Free Speech TV, Link TV, National Public Radio, Pacifica Radio, and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Leppzer's most widely seen feature-length documentary, An Act of Conscience, narrated by Martin Sheen, was produced in association with HBO/Cinemax. The film received its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and was broadcast nationally on HBO/Cinemax, Sundance Channel and Link TV.
Leppzer is available for speaking engagements on college and university campuses, high schools, conferences and community screening events.
Many of his films are now offered by DER as Turning Tide: The Robbie Leppzer Collection
Films Available at DER
Seabrook 1977 (1978)
Voices for Peace: Four Films on Grassroots Activism
Choose Life (1984)
Call of the Peace Pagoda (1989)
Straight Talk (1990)
Voices for Peace (2001)
Across the Americas: Indigenous Perspectives
Columbus Didn't Discover Us (1992)
Arctic to Amazonia (1993)
Building Bridges: Cross Cultural Journeys
Harvest of Peace (1985)
Futbolito: A Journey Through Central America (1994)
Irma's Journey (2007)
An Act of Conscience (1997)
The Peace Patriots (2005)