Bross first studied film at New Jersey's Montclair State University and New York University, where he made his first 65-minute, award-winning featurette entitled Pearl, a tragic romance which depicts a homeless woman's plight from childhood on. Other shorts and documentaries followed, including Loui Loui, a mockumentary on the life and works of an avant-garde filmmaker, as well as the documentary Visions On Canvas about the works of cubist painter Adolph Konrad.
Bross' feature film directorial debut was the independently financed Ten Benny, which he co-wrote with his writing partner Tom Cudworth. His other feature film work includes Stranger Than Fiction, a dark, comic thriller starring Natasha Gregson Wagner and Dina Myers, and the critically-acclaimed Restaurant starring Adrien Brody, Jesse L. Martin, Malcolm Jamal Warner and Lauryen Hill. Restaurant toured the country with the IFP, Dockers Classically Independent Film Festival in 1999.
Bross also directed The Chippendales Murder for USA Networks, the remarkable story of chippendales' founder Somen 'Steve' Banarjee.
Eric Bross Facts
|Birth Name||Eric Bross|
|Birthday||January 21, 1964 (54)|
|Birthplace||Caldwell, New Jersey, USA|
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