Richard Goldgewicht

Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Richard first came to Los Angeles to study cinema at UCLA in the late 90's. An editor by craft, he made his directorial debut in feature films with the animated documentary ‘Pablo’, on seminal graphic artist, Pablo Ferro.


Narrated by Jeff Bridges it featured a number of brilliant filmmakers and creative collaborators telling the story of the artist behind the look and feel of much of Stanley Kubrick’s and Hal Ashby’s work, and one of the men who made title sequences “a thing.”

Richard's debut film premiered in Rotterdam and was the opening Gala at the Los Angeles Latino Film Festival in 2013. Pablo opened to laudatory reviews, featured in dozens of cinema and design publications internationally, and sold in several territories  

"Pablo is a wonderful delve into the life and talent of renowned film title designer, artist,  and bohemian Pablo Ferro, this enthralling documentary is a must for any lover of cinema"

Mark Adams

Chief film Critic


"The story of some of the greatest films in American cinema through the perspective of a graphic designer"


Steven Heller     

"A fully realized and remarkable visual and aural interpretation of Pablo Ferro's singular life. I love the expressive documentary and with Pablo I have a new favorite!"


Thomas Harris,

Director of programming 


A Thousand Kisses

Animated Film

In Richard's latest film, the animated A Thousand Kisses he collaborated with celebrated Irish art director Alan Dunne who helped reimagine the Berlin and Rio de Janeiro of the early 30's. The screenplay is carved off the recently discovered correspondence of a war torn couple separated in 1933.


A Thousand Kisses premiered at the esteemed Annecy Film Festival in 2018 and has been warmly received in over 40 festivals, museums and cultural centers. It's next scheduled to play at the Lincoln Center Film Society in January 2019.


"A Thousand Kisses is a stunningly beautiful film about a horrifically ugly time that selects a half-forgotten story, from the endless ocean of history, and uses it to teach us again how love conquers hate".


John Maguire,