Robin Saban is the Founder/President of the International Student Film Festival Hollywood.
Robin began his career in the entertainment industry as a writer, director and actor in Montreal, Canada. He wrote and directed several plays for live theatre while living in Montreal from 1992 to 1996. In Los Angeles since 1996, Robin worked in the entertainment industry as a film editor and project developer, and co-wrote the film script titled "29 Palms". Robin studied film and theater at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada (1991). In 1997, he studied digital film and video editing software "AVID" at Video Symphony in Burbank, California.
Inspired by his years of work in the entertainment industry, Robin founded the International Student Film Festival Hollywood in 2003, a festival geared solely to students offering them a unique opportunity to showcase their work. Then, in 2006, Robin created the Cross Cultural Film Festival Los Angeles, an avenue to celebrate our differences through film.
Robin currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Economic Alliance of the San Fernando Valley.