Kevin Knoblock has written, produced, and directed syndicated television shows; written and produced multiple one-hour cable documentaries; and written, produced, and directed feature length film documentaries, including “Border War” (Winner, Best Documentary 2006, American Film Renaissance) and “Broken Promises: The United Nations at 60” (2005 WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival Special Jury Remi Prize winner).
In 2009 and 2010, Knoblock wrote, produced, and directed the feature documentary “Nine Days That Changed the World” about Pope John Paul II’s historic trip to Poland, the beginning of the Solidarity movement and the collapse of Soviet Communism. The file premiered in April, 2010 in the U.S. and in June, 2010 in Warsaw, Krakow, and Rome. It went on to win two 2011 Telly Awards and a Special Jury Gold Remi Award for Best Documentary at the 2011 WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival.
Knoblock’s other titles as writer, producer, and/or director include the feature-length documentaries “America at Risk,” “A City Upon a Hill,” and “Ronald Reagan: Rendezvous with Destiny,” winner of the 2011 Hudson Institute Film Festival. “Ronald Reagan: Rendezvous with Destiny” premiered at The Kennedy Center in February of 2009.
Knoblock also served as executive producer of the feature-length documentary “Perfect Valor” (Best Documentary at the 2009 G.I. Film Festival, Best Documentary at the 2010 Beaufort International Film Festival, and Winner of the 2010 Norman Hatch Award, The Marines highest combat journalism award).
His television work includes multiple cable documentaries for A&E, History, TLC, and Discovery and writing and directing at the broadcast stations KCBS and KABC, where he received multiple Emmy nominations. At Paramount Television, he worked for nine years as a staff director on “Entertainment Tonight.” Knoblock contributed to more than 2,800 “Entertainment Tonight” programs and wrote and directed more than 1,200 segments.
Knoblock attended San Diego State University, where he received a Bachelors of Science in Film and Television. He is a member of the Directors Guild of America.