Douglas Biro is a writer, producer, director at his NYC company, Hudson River Films. 

His main focus — curating gifted artists — directors, cinematographers, art directors, composers,
editors and the like to collaborate on every Hudson River Films project.  That’s the kick — meeting and
working with a revolving cast of talented individuals from both the client and production sides.


“Herbie Hancock Possibilities”
Feature Documentary
The story of Hancock’s collaborative process with an eclectic mix of artists who include Sting, Annie Lennox, Carlos Santana, Paul Simon, Christina Aguilera, John Mayer and others. Directed by Biro and Jon Fine.  Produced by Alex Gibney and Biro.
Benjamin Noriega Ortiz
on Mondrian Hotel in LA
One of America’s leading designers discusses his thoughts on hotel design in a series of webisodes for Morgans Hotel Group.
WQXR “Saving Classical
Music on the Radio”
A fund-raising film for New York Public Radio’s classical music station featuring Liev Schreiber and many of the stations hosts.
Robert Plant on
“Band Of Joy”
The one and only talks intimately about his latest solo project. A 60-second excerpt from the original 10-minute film.

Biro loves telling stories—about crime—about all kinds of jazz…

He recently produced a 10-year retrospective for PBS featuring the best international Jazz Day performances from around the planet.

And he produced a 4-hour docu-series for A&E— “GOTTI: Godfather and Son” about the unique relationship between the
infamous mob boss and his heir apparent.

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“Lovin’ Sam”
Larry Klein & Bobby Woods