Ron Krauss

Ron Krauss

Birthday: 28 December 1970, New York City, New York, USA
Height: 185 cm
Upon graduating Syracuse University, Ronald Krauss received first break working for Roger Corman at his legendary Venice Beach Studio. There he would learn all aspects of movie-making, and eventually was given his first directing opportunity there. Thereafter, he spent his 20's working on advertisements and music videos with Lit, Nas, Luca, Wh... Show more »
Upon graduating Syracuse University, Ronald Krauss received first break working for Roger Corman at his legendary Venice Beach Studio. There he would learn all aspects of movie-making, and eventually was given his first directing opportunity there. Thereafter, he spent his 20's working on advertisements and music videos with Lit, Nas, Luca, Whitney Houston, Guns and Roses and Joe. His work won him recognition and a number of awards but it was his first short film, Puppies For Sale (1998), starring Jack Lemmon that got him critical acclaim. Written and Directed by Krauss, the film won the Bronze Gryphon at the Giffoni Film Festival, The Crystal Heart at the Heartland Film Festival and "Best Short Film" in more than twenty other film festivals worldwide, including, The Berlin International, Rimouski International, Palm Springs International and the Aspen Film Festival, The film was licensed to Disney Studios and became one of the first short films in many years to be shown theatrically accompanying the special re-release of Walt Disney' Pictures The Little Mermaid (1998). Puppies For Sale was an opportunity for Ronald to get personal sharing his own life experiences as someone who overcame life's obstacles and challenges at an early age. These same themes would become the basis for all of Krauss' work to follow. Soon after, he wrote and directed his first feature film, Rave (2000) continuing to receive critical acclaim winning "Best Picture" and "Audience Choice" awards from film festivals worldwide. He also made his way into TV writing and directing his first major network series Chicken Soup For The Soul (2000), starring Martin Sheen and Charles Durning, based on the national best selling books, His follow-up film, Alien Hunter (2003), starring James Spader, was also highly successful, making Krauss one of Hollywood's fast rising and most sought after writer and directors. Show less «
Ron Krauss's FILMOGRAPHY
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Annabelle: Creation
2017
IMDb: 7
109 min
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...