Greg Reitman is an American director, producer, writer, and active member of the Director’s Guild of America. Described by Movie Maker Magazine as “one of the top ten filmmakers producing content that impacts our world,” he is the founder of Blue Water Entertainment, Inc., an independent production company.
Greg produced the Sundance Audience Award-winning feature documentary Fuel (“A vital, superbly assembled documentary." -- Gary Goldstein, Los Angeles Times). Fuel played at dozens of film festivals, won numerous awards, was released theatrically and aired on CNBC. It currently streams on Hulu.
Prior to producing Fuel, Greg wrote, produced, and directed the feature documentary Hollywood’s Magical Isle - Catalina (“A charming and nostalgic slice of Americana that beautifully recreates a sense of place.” -- Andrea Harrison, American Public Radio). The award-winning documentary was shown at over a dozen film festivals before being shown nationally on PBS.
His latest film is the feature documentary Rooted in Peace (“Rooted In Peace turns the mirror on all of us and reflects the challenge that we all must embrace.” –David Fannin, the News Director at KMCD). The film, which features interviews with many renowned personalities including Pete Seeger, David Lynch, Ted Turner, and Deepak Chopra as been screened at numerous film festivals including the Hollywood Film Festival, Montreal, and Sedona. A theatrical release is currently planned for Fall 2016.
Currently, Blue Water Entertainment has a slate of motion pictures in development including, Titan, The Roni Levi Story, Under Your Pillow, as well as Stars, Cars & Guitars, a pop culture, satire TV program.
Greg has a BA in History & Film from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.