Mathieu Roberts

Mathieu Roberts

Mathieu Roberts is a cinematographer, shooting documentaries, feature films and commercials for the last 15 years. A small sample of documentaries highlights pertaining to this project include BARBARA KOPPLE'S AMERICAN DREAM (1991), winner of the Academy Award for best feature length documentary. The film follows the lives of individual families as it examines the conflict between the Hormel meat packing plant and local P-9, the striking meatpacker's union.

Mathieu has also worked with Barbara Kopple on the following films... FALLEN CHAMP..., THE UNTOLD STORY OF MIKE TYSON (1992) for the NBC Movie of the Week, 100 YEARS, THE UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMERICA, and THE MORRELL WORKERS STORY, the later which Mathieu directed and co-produced with Barbara.

Other relevant projects include TIME MAGAZINE IN LATIN AMERICA. A corporate "documentary" that follows the production of an issue of TIME, beginning with the Time editors sponsoring a conference to discuss the political and economic future with political thinkers and politicians of Latin America in Colombia, South America to the writing, graphic layout and editorial meetings in New York City. Winner of Gold Telly Award.