Robert Starling

Executive Producer, Line Producer

33 year career focus has been on uplifting, inspirational family films and venues. 


Robert Starling is a multi-talented 33-year veteran in the film and television industry as a writer, producer and director, with experience in all areas of production and post-production including state-of-the-art computer video and interactive multimedia applications. As the Owner/CEO of Trefoil Productions, he obtained the rights to produce  “On My Honor” from the Cecil B. DeMille estate (“OMH” was DeMille’s unfinished movie).  

     Oscar-winning producer Gerald Molen of White Light Entertainment will produce this film in association with Trefoil Productions.

     Mr. Starling has worked extensively as a writer/producer at the NBC Television Network, as head of the Trailer Department for Schick Sunn Classic Pictures, as Head of Development for Osmond Productions, as a staff producer for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in its worldwide media productions, and as a consulting producer on the feature film “Jack Weyland’s Charly”.  He wrote the original screenplay for “In Search of Historic Jesus”, which was produced at a cost of less than $2 million, yet has earned over $22 million in theatrical box office, TV and video sales.  Starling spent eighteen years Northrop-Grumman Aerospace Films and public relations. 
He was co-producer of the Elvis bio-pic “Tears of a King” and Associate Producer of “Scout Camp: The Movie” which was screened at the 100th Anniversary National Jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America in 2010.  He is the Co-Producer of “Abandoned Mine”, a teen suspense thriller feature released theatrically in September 2012 and on video (Netflix) in August 2013.