Over his forty-year career in film and television, R. J. Eastwood, the pen name of Robert J. Emery, has made significant contributions as a writer, producer, and director. His body of work includes feature films, television documentaries, national commercials, political campaigns, and industrial films.
Notable achievements include the Starz/Encore’s acclaimed television series “The Directors,” the four-part PBS mini-series “The Genocide Factor,” MSNBC’s documentary “For God & Country: A Marine Sniper’s Story,” and “Swimming Upstream” for Lifetime Television Network.
Emery’s exceptional work has earned him over seventy-five industry accolades, including multiple awards at The New York Festivals, two Golden Eagles from The Chicago International Film & Television Festival, top honors at HoustonFest, and the Best Dramatic Feature Film Award for “Swimming Upstream” at the Los Angeles Angel City Film Festival.
His novel “The Autopsy of Planet Earth” received the Author’s Circle Novel of Excellence for Fiction, the Readers’ Favorite Award for Best Fiction, the Pulp Pen Award for Fiction, and the Book of the Year from Book Talk Radio Book.
Emery is a member of the Directors Guild of America, Alliance of Independent National Authors, and The Authors Guild, reflecting his standing in the industry.
R.J Eastwood Books In Order of Publication
|The Autopsy Of Planet Earth Part 1 by R.J Eastwood
|The Autopsy Of Planet Earth Part 2 by R.J Eastwood
|Midnight Black: Revised and Expanded by R.J Eastwood
|MEGASTAR! by R.J Eastwood
Robert J. Emery Books In Order of Publication
|The Directors (Take One) by Robert J. Emery
|The Directors (Take Two) by Robert J. Emery
|The Directors (Take Three) by Robert J. Emery
|The Directors (Take Four) by Robert J. Emery
|In The Realm of Eden by Robert J. Emery
|The Diarrhea Diaries: Trump’s Tweets That Gives Us the Runs by Robert J. Emery
|America Standing Strong by Robert J. Emery
R.J Eastwood Author Profile
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