Charles Haine is a currently an assistant professor the Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema at Brooklyn College.   He has been a filmmaker and entrepreneur working in the motion picture industry since 1999, and received his MFA from USC in 2006. Haine founded the Academy Award nominated production company Dirty Robber in 2008 which has gone on to success in feature films, shorts as well as commercials and music videos.  He was also founded Coyote Post and was part of the inception of

Among Haine's directing highlights are: a music video for Fitz and the Tantrums  "Don't Gotta Work It Out," which featured on Pop Up Video); fashion advertisements for Fais Do Do  and  Emory K Holiday; and countless book trailers for Simon & Schuster, Penguin, Quirk and many others—including the recent trailer for Chuck Klosterman’s  novel The Visible Man.  Haine recently wrapped production on his first feature film: Angel’s Perch, starring Joyce Van Patten, Ellen Crawford, Ashley Jones and Ally Walker.

Haine also works as an educator: He was formerly an associate professor at Los Angeles City College.In 2011, Haine published his first book, The Urban Cyclist’s Handbook, and he appeared as the technical consultant host on theDiscovery Channel show Unchained Reaction. He writes tech articles for

You can read more about Feirstein in our recent profile in the New York Times.