Writer-director Regina Robbins was born and raised in New York City. She began writing fiction in the first grade and branched out to drama two years later. In high school and college, her plays were produced by student drama clubs. She also became interested in stage directing and filmmaking.
After returning to New York post-college, Regina worked in theater, film, television, education, and the tourism industry. Her short films have been screened at venues across the United States. She has earned two Master's degrees.
And she's not done.
Short film credits
United States | Aug 2007 | 15:00
You're never alone in the city - even in your own home.
United States | Apr 2004 | 21:00
With the help of the right outfit and the wrong friends, a mousy mouth breather is about to become a wild animal.
United States | May 2001 | 15:00
Maybe you're not as pathetic and worthless as they used to say you were...maybe.