Robers David Film and TV

Roberts/David Films, Inc. was founded by the company’s namesakes Mark Roberts and Lorena David, a prolific producing duo who have over a dozen feature films under their belts. Max Velez joined the team in 2003, rising up to Co-Produce and Produce multiple projects with Roberts and David.

Although they have made a name for themselves in indie film, they have stepped up to the TV plate with My Ride Rules (SPEED),” “Ghostly Lovers (Travel Channel), “The Car Chasers” (CNBC), “Money Train” (Sundance) and “Mexico’s Next Top Model”.

Recently Mark Roberts has produced two documentaries (Love and Betrayal and Carlos Almaraz: Playing with Fire) as well as specializing in holiday TV movies. Lorena has pivoted into editing reality TV for SPIKE, E!, VH1, ABC Family, CNBC, SPEED, BRAVO, FoodNetwork, TLC and A&E while developing new unscripted projects.

Since opening their doors in 1994, the pair has used their perfectly matched compatibility to bring creative, original stories to the screen using up-and-coming writing, directing and acting talents. They started with the comedy spoof “Plump Fiction” in 1995 financed by record giant Rhino Records the film starred Tommy Davidson, Sandra Bernhard and Julie Brown.

Robert’s and David also produced “Strangers with Candy”, based on the critically acclaimed Comedy Central series of the same name starring friends and creators, Amy Sedaris and Stephen Colbert. Financed by David Letterman's Worldwide Pants the cast included Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Philip Seymour Hoffman and Allison Janney. “Strangers with Candy” was an official selection to the Sundance Film Festival and was one of the major success stories of the festival.

Roberts/David went onto produce “Water & Power” a film written and directed by Richard Montoya based on a hit play which premiered at the Mark Taper Forum starring Nick Gonzales and Clancy Brown. Other work also includes “Danika” starring Academy Award winning actress Marisa Tomei and Craig Bierko and Regina Hall, “The Cover-Up” starring Eliza Dushku, Gabriel Mann and John Savage and the cult comedy “Poor White Trash.”

Mark Roberts – executive producer
Lorena David - executive producer, director, editor
Max Velez – producer