Warren D. Cobb is the director of production operations for the department of film. He earned a bachelor of science in business administration, attended the American Film Institute as a producing fellow, and holds a masters of fine arts in screenwriting. Cobb has produced for both stage and screen, including the 2001 award-winning short feature Medio Tiempo that aired on the Showtime network for a decade. He also produced Primo, which premiered at the Mann’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Most recently, he co-wrote and produced Stealing Las Vegas for Academy Award recipient Roger Corman, staring Eric Roberts and Antonio Fargas.