“Particle Fever,” directed by Mark Levinson and scored by Robert, just received the Prix Grand Ecran award at Pariscience and the Best Film award at the prestigious Science Media Awards & Symposium in Boston, where Robert also received a nomination for Best Score for “Dark Universe,” which is on view at the Hayden Planetarium in New York.
In addition, ESPN’s 30 for 30 films received an Emmy recently due in a large part to films like “Survive and Advance,” directed by long-time collaborator Jonathan Hock and scored by Robert. Robert’s history continues with ESPN this fall and winter with two new films. The first, “Of Miracles and Men” is the story of Russia defeating the US in hockey in 1980 from the Russian players’ perspective. The second film depicts the story of 14-NFL-season wide receiver Randy Moss in his college days.