Frank Eberling has been a filmmaker in South Florida for forty years, producing 3,000 film and television broadcast projects as Producer, Writer, Director, or Cinematographer. His work has earned him an EMMY, a CINE GOLDEN EAGLE, six TELLY’s, and several other prestigious writing and producing awards. He was the recipient of Governor Bob Graham’s first FLORIDA GOVERNORS’ SCREENWRITING COMPETITION in 1985.
In addition, Frank has been a film educator on the high school (five years) and college levels (ten years), and on the lecture circuit for over thirty years.
TEN YEARS IN TELEVISION NEWS and five years as a producer of television magazine programs such as P.M. Magazine helped to shape a work ethic that combines attention to detail with a commitment to completing a job on-time and on-budget.
In 1987 he served as Associate Producer/ Executive in Charge of Post-Production on a Sam Waterston/Lauren Hutton film, and in 1994 he wrote and directed a micro-budget mystery drama feature that was shot in Palm Beach County and distributed internationally in twelve foreign markets.
DURING THE 1990’S, HE PRODUCED 100 PROJECTS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE/ARMED FORCES RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE, and dozens of corporate training films.
SINCE 2000 HE HAS PRODUCED OVER 100 DOCUMENTARIES FOR FLORIDA’S P.B.S. STATIONS. In the past five years, Frank has been instrumental in raising almost $500,000 to produce five, hour-long documentaries broadcast on several F.P.B.S. stations.