Director Profile: Bruce Neibaur
Neibaur has won many awards for his dramatic filmmaking talents, including an Emmy Award for a television special on the 200th anniversary of the Constitution. He has also directed the motion pictures Wildest Dreams, The Buttercream Gang, and Friendship’s Field.
Bruce Neibaur has worked as a writer-director on a long list of large format films, motion pictures, television and home-video feature films. His impressive resumé includes large format films such as Hearst Castle: Building the Dream and the box office success, Mysteries of Egypt, as well as numerous feature motion pictures including Wildest Dreams, The Buttercream Gang, Friendship's Field and The Ghosts of Dickens' Past. Neibaur has also won awards for Broadcast journalism and several national and international awards for his feature and short-subject dramatic films.
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