Bart Sibrel is an award winning filmmaker, writer, and investigative journalist, who has been producing movies, television programs, documentaries, music videos, and TV commercials, for over thirty-five years, starting at the age of eighteen, producing and hosting his own television talk show. Sibrel has owned five production companies, been employed by two of the three major networks, worked as a television news reporter, and produced videos shown on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, TLC, USA, and BET. Bart Sibrel serves as an expert commentator and has appeared as such on the Daily Show, Geraldo, NBC, CNN, FOX, Tech TV, Coast to Coast, and the Abrams Report. Articles featuring Sibrel's films have been published in Time Magazine, USA Today, the New York Times, the Washington Post, the L.A. Times, and many others. His top awards from the American Motion Picture Society include Best Cinematography, Best Editing, and Top Ten Director, all achieved before the age of thirty. Sibrel has taught twenty workshops on acting, filmmaking, editing, and writing, privately and for the Screen Actor's Guild. Before the age of twenty-one, Sibrel produced four television specials, a weekly talk show, authored three theatrical productions, and has appeared as a seasoned actor on the stage and screen over five hundred times.
"I was making movies when this competition started way back in 1930.
I do not ever recall anyone entering three motion pictures and winning a top award on all three.
But you have!"


Jack Ruddell - American Motion Picture Society, Chairman