Robert B. Gregg is an award-winning producer, screenwriter, novelist, and journalist. Gregg was a Finalist in the 2022 NYC Screenwriting Festival for The Last of the Mohicans 1812. The script was also a finalist in the 2019 Chicago Film Festival, 2020 Atlanta Film Festival, 2020 Austin Film Festival, 2021 Miami Film Festival, and the 2021 Table Read My Screenplay Competition. Gregg's script for The Doctor was a finalist at the 2021 Portland Film Festival and the 2022 Emerging Screenwriters competition. Gregg recently sold his feature screenplay Never Quit to Grant and Dale Bradley at Aristos Films. Never Quit is the true story of Glenn Cunningham, one of the greatest track stars of all time. The film is an adaptation of Gregg's book on Cunningham. Gregg has completed ten screenplays in the past ten years, including Jack London's Love of Life. The film was released worldwide and won all Four International Film Festivals it was entered in, including the following honors: the 2012 Louisville International Festival of Film, Best Feature Film, the 2012 Great Lakes International Film Festival, Best of Festival, the 2012 Moondance International Film Festival (New York City), Finalist, Atlantis Award, and the 2013 Snowdance Film Festival (Washington) Best of Festival. Gregg's two epic historical novels, King Arthur & The Holy Grail and The Book of the Holy Grail, have been released along with his adventure/thriller Moonshadows. They are available on Amazon.com and AvalonHouseClassics.com, where they all have five-star ratings. His work on the biography Never Quit is finished and ready for release. His screenplays include The Last of the Mohicans 1812, Moonshadows, The Doctor, The Quest for Honor, Jack London's Love of Life, The Monastery, The Christmas Ship, The Maelstrom, Never Quit, and Tock-Tick. Gregg was an award-winning journalist for over 30 years, winning over 40 journalism awards. He served on the Board of Directors of the Michigan Press Association for ten years and its Executive Committee for five years. He was unanimously elected President of the Michigan Press Association in 1999. Gregg served as Chairman of the Associated Press Readability Committee for six years. Gregg served on the U.S. Ski Hall of Fame Board of Directors for over ten years. He and his wife recently owned Gregg Publishing Company. They published The Ski Journal, the world's most popular cross-country skiing magazine, for 31 years before ceasing publication in 2020. The Ski Journal was the Official Journal of the U.S. Ski Team and U.S. Ski and Snowboard for over ten years. Gregg has eight children, 17 grandchildren, and 17 great-grandchildren. He is a former Benedictine monk who lives with his wife, Nancy, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula during summer and fall and in Davenport, Florida, winter and spring.
A mentally unstable Vietnam war veteran works as a night-time taxi driver in New York City where the perceived decadence and sleaze feeds his urge for a action, attempting to save a preadolescent prostitute in the process. A mentally unstable Vietnam war veteran works as a night-time taxi driver in New York City where the perceived decadence and sleaze feeds his urge for a action, attempting to save a preadolescent prostitute in the process.