BREAKING: Robert Weide creates Mr. Sloane, new British Comedy series for Sky.
Woody Allen: A Documentary now available through Amazon or your favorite purchase point. Also available for download (purchase or rent) from Itunes, and via Netflix streaming. For updates, see our Facebook page, or Follow @WoodyAllenDoc on Twitter.
Variety article on Bob Weide's multiple Emmy nominations last year.
Read Bob Weide's recent interview with Mel Brooks -- the cover story of the current issue of DGA Quarterly.
NEW: Bob Weide is interviewed on the BBC about the making of "Woody Allen: A Documentary":
Watch Robert Weide play a game of "12 Questions" with Woody Allen.
Watch behind-the-scenes interviews with Robert Weide, Megan Fox, Jeff Bridges, Simon Pegg, and the cast of "How To Lose Friends."
DuckProds Exclusive: Behind the Scenes on ''Curb Your Enthusiasm''
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Whyaduck is the production company founded in 1981 by Emmy, Golden Globe-winning and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Robert B. Weide.
(Who are we kidding? That's me! Now that you're in on the secret, I'll refrain from speaking of myself in the third person.)
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If you want information on my various Vonnegut-related projects, go to Mother Night, or under the heading In Development click on Kurt Vonnegut: American Made (my current documentary). Or read the history of my long-gestating, recently defunct screen adaptation of The Sirens of Titan.
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-- Bob Weide