DOUGLAS TIROLA — Director / Producer

As President of 4th Row Films Douglas Tirola has produced six documentary films in the past four years, two of which he directed. These include HBO's An Omar Broadway Film (Tribeca Film Festival) and Kati with an I (NY Times Critics' Pick and Gotham Award Nominee). Making the Boys (NY Times Critics' Pick) premiered at Berlin International Film Festival. Fake It So Real (Critics' Pick New Yorker and New York Magazine). All In — The Poker Movie premiered at Cinevegas where it won Grand Jury Award for Best Documentary. Doug has worked as a screenwriter for Paramount, Universal, Fox, Warner Brothers, Sony, and New Line. He also created a division of 4th Row Films, which utilizes independent filmmakers to create branding films for Fortune 500 companies such as American Express, Pepsi, Diageo, and Ford. Doug's first job on a movie was as a production assistant on When Harry Met Sally.


Susan is Vice President of Development at 4th Row Films, where she develops and produces feature films, documentaries and television. In the past four years, Susan has produced six feature docs:  AN OMAR BROADWAY FILM (HBO Documentary Films), OWNING THE WEATHER (IFC International), MAKING THE BOYS (First Run Features, NY Times Critics' Pick), KATI WITH AN I (NY Times Critics' Pick, Gotham Award Nominee), All In — The Poker Movie, and FAKE IT SO REAL. In television, Susan produced the hit MTV show The X-Effect, which ran on the channel for 3 seasons. Upcoming projects for Susan include a feature documentary about the story of the National Lampoon, as well as films profiling Cocktail Culture and Arthouse Movie Theaters. She is also slated to produce the narrative features Victor In December and Lucky Strikes.

ROBERT GREENE — Editor / Producer

Robert's second feature documentary, KATI WITH AN I, was nominated for a Gotham Award for "Best Film Not Playing At A Theater Near You" after festival screenings at Doc NYC and the True/False Film Festival. The film made its theatrical debut in April 2011 and was a New York Times Critic's Pick before bring acquired by Icarus Films. His feature debut, OWNING THE WEATHER premiered at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in 2009 and was released theatrically in the summer of 2010. In 2012, Robert's third film, FAKE IT SO REAL, played theatrically across the country after being acquired by Factory 25.
Robert produced and edited AN OMAR BROADWAY FILM (Tribeca 2008), which premiered on HBO in July 2010. Robert produced and edited All In — The Poker Movie (Best Documentary, CineVegas 2009) and edited MAKING THE BOYS (Berlin and Silverdocs 2010), which had its theatrical premiere in March 2011. He also co-edited the award-winning documentary ANYTOWN, USA in 2005.
Before concentrating on features, Robert had numerous documentary and experimental shorts play in festivals around the world. He received his first one-person show at the Millennium in New York in 2002.  Robert has been with 4th Row Films for 10 years.


Danielle was recently promoted to Creative Executive at 4th Row Films. In the past five years she has served as associate producer on a number of feature length documentary films including HBO’S AN OMAR BROADWAY FILM, MAKING THE BOYS (First Run Features, NY Times Critics' Pick), KATI WITH AN I (Gotham Award Nominee, NY Times Critics' Pick), and FAKE IT SO REAL (New Yorker and NY Magazine Critics' Picks). As co-producer of All In — The Poker Movie, she helped oversee production in nine states. Danielle also produces branded entertainment for fortune 500 companies including Avon, Canon, Diageo, and Twentieth Century Fox. She is a graduate of Skidmore College.


Nick Higgins
Eric Metzgar
Charles Poekel
Robert Greene
Derek Johnson
Ken Hushka
Jesse Trott
Randy Primm
Jeffrey Kaplan


New York
New York, NY
Cinema Village
March 23 – March 30

Schenectedy, NY
Proctors Theater
March 24

Los Angeles, CA
Laemmle Monica
April 13 – April 20

Juneau, AK
Gold Town
Nickelodeon Theater
March 21 & 28

Denver, CO
Denver Film Center
March 30 - April 6th

Hartford, CT
Real Art Ways
March 23 – 25,
March 30 – April 1

New London, CT
Garde Arts Center
June 1

Stamford, CT
Avon Theater
March 6

Tampa, FL
Roosevelt 2.0
Dates TBD

Bloomington, IL
Galaxy 14
April 19

Champaign, IL
The Art Theater
March 30, April 3, April 5

Chicago, IL
Gene Siskel Film Center
April 23

O'Fallon, IL
O'Fallon Theater
April 19

Cedar Rapids, IA
Galaxy 16
April 19

Wichita, KS
Louise C Murdock Theatre
April 24th and April 26th

Paducah, KY
Maiden Allen Cinema
April 20 – 22

New Orleans, LA
Zeitgeist Arts Center
March 30 – April 3

Belfast, ME
Colonial Theater
April 19

Brunswick, ME
Frontier Cafe, Cinema & Gallery
May 8-13

Portland, ME
Portland Museum of Art
March 30 – April 1

Arlington, MA
The Regent Theatre
April 5 and 12

Rochester, MN
Galaxy 14
April 19

Des Peres, MO
Des Peres 14
April 19

St. Louis, MO
Ronnies 20
April 19

Missouri (Cont).
St. Charles, MO
St Charles 18
April 19

Cape Girardeu, MO
Cape West 14
April 19

Scottsbluff, NE
Midwest Theater
Dates TBD

New Jersey
Egg Harbor, NJ
Frank Theatres
Towne Stadium 16
March 29

New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM
Guild Cinema
April 23 – 26

North Carolina
Charlotte, NC
The Light Factory
April 22

Cleveland, OH
Cleveland Museum of Art
April 6 & 7

Columbus, OH
Gateway Film Center
April 6 – 13

Tulsa, OK
Circle Cinema
April 20 – 27

Portland, OR
Clinton St Theater
April 6 – 13

Doylestown, PA
County & Ambler Theaters
April 19

Landsdowne, PA
Cinema 16:9
April 20 – 26

Rhode Island
Newport, RI
Jane Pickens Theater
& Event Center
April 18

Oak Cliff, TX
The Texas Theater
March 31

Bellingham, WA
Pickford Film Center
April 7 & 8