|Robin D. Williams BIOGRAPHY|
Filmmaker Robin D. Williams
Robin D. Williams is acclaimed as one of the top travel filmmakers of America today and a most dynamic public speaker. His film programs have been entertaining audiences in the United States and Canada since 1967 and he has been a regular on the National Geographic Societys Film Lecture Series since 1972. He is noted for his effervescent stage presence and clarity of voice.
He has sailed the English Channel and the French Canal System, traced The Roman Empire throughout the Mediterranean Sea on a converted Scottish trawler, tracked St. Pauls journeys through Asia, followed Christopher Columbus from Genoa to the New World, skillfully recreated Mozarts trip through Italy, replicated Lindberghs flight to Paris, retraced Lewis & Clark from their boyhood homes in Virginia to the mouth of the Columbia River, and filmed the story of St. John and the Seven Churches. He methodically searched throughout Turkey and unveiled dozens of Biblical Treasures.
For over 30 years, this filmmaker has brought classic documentaries to theaters and auditoriums across America.
From a journey that doubled the size of a nation (Lewis & Clark), to a flight that changed the world forever (Lindbergh’s Flight to Paris), to the spreading of Christianity by Saul of Tarsus, Robin D. Williams is a filmmaker who searches for the exact locations where great people made their mark in history.
Fill your mind with these epic stories as they are told to you by Robin Williams himself.
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