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His notoriety in the downtown nightlife scene coupled with his performances in 1991's My Birthday Cake (directed by Whitney Ransick) and the Hartley-helmed Theory of Achievement led to his courting by William Morris Agency that same year.
Gosse pushed the boundaries of "lo-fi" filmmaking when he produced Almereyda's Pixel Vision feature, Another Girl, Another Planet (1992).
Gosse’s background is production,including collaboration on [his cousin] Hal Hartley’s “The Unbelievable Truth” and “Trust” and producing several films, including Nick Gomez’“Laws of Gravity” and “New Jersey Drive,” as co-founder of The Shooting Gallery.
The company financed and will also be distributing the film. Gosse’s next project willbe directing a script he wrote based on “A Violent Act“, Alec Wilkinson’s non-fiction account of a series of murders that took placein the mid-west in 1986. Bob Gosse: It fascinated me because of the woman’s role of Marcy.
The stage play, Julie Johnson, was shot as a feature film beginning in 2000 and it starred Lili Taylor, Courtney Love, Mischa Barton and the late Spalding Gray. The Shooting Gallery went out of business in 2001, having failed to produce any hit films except Sling Blade, and Gosse moved west to Los Angeles to produce TV pilots and films.
These would include Tim Mc Cann's Runaway (2005) and Almereyda's Tonight At Noon (2006), the latter starring Connie Nielsen, Ethan Hawke, Rutger Hauer, and Lauren Ambrose.
This revamping of “They Live by Night” has anoriginal twist: Marcy, the girl misfit in Bob Gosse’s “Niagara Niagara,”opening this Friday in New York and LA, has Tourette Syndrome.
Thedisease, compounded by an aggressive-compulsive disorder, makes hertwitch, shout obscenities, tidy up like crazy, and occasionally beatsomeone up.
He has spent time working for the 2008 Democratic Party nomination of Barack Obama.
Bob Gosse’s first feature for theatrical release stars Robin Tunney(“The Craft“), whose startling performance won her the Best Actress Award at the 1997 Venice Film Festival, and Henry Thomas (“ET,” “Legendsof the Fall“).
The soundtrack, which has already gotten considerableattention, will be available in April.
The company's first feature was Gomez' Laws of Gravity (1992).
He also directed The Last Home Run (filmed in 1996 and released in 1998) Even while specializing in production, Gosse received recognition as an actor, working in such movies as Nowhere Man (2005).