Richard S. Kaufman is a Philly boy raised on Cheesesteaks and Soft Pretzels. He is a graduate of Temple University.

In the last three years alone, Richard has traveled to China, Brazil, Poland, extensively through Israel and the United States to create compelling, cinematic stories that offer the audience a hefty dose of heartfelt emotion and humor.

Richard is best known for the making both the extraordinary and ordinary feel comfortable on camera.

Recently, Richard created a 10-part series for the Oprah Winfrey Network, short films for Oscar De La Renta, The Clinton and Bush Presidential Libraries, Carnegie Hall and Friends of the Israeli Defense Force. His projects have been nominated in the Emmy, Grammy and Producers Guild of America guilds.

Talk to Richard about his love of American Quarter Horses which he raised for over 20 years or his time as a Big Brother - both have keep him grounded and grateful.

Recent Interview Subjects:
Robert Redford
Sandy Weill
David Rubenstein
Laura Bush

Eva Longoria
Bill Clinton
Clive Davis
Bibi Netanyahu
Henry Kissinger
Hillary Clinton
Oscar De La Renta
Anna Wintour
David Michael Stokes
Tommy Tune
Barbara Walters
Israeli heroes young and old.

Richard is currently editing The Last Salute filmed on location at Auschwitz – Birkenau. The feature documentary reunites Holocaust survivors with their Liberators. A scene from the documentary has been viewed on Facebook over 67 million times.

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