Robert L. Camina
ROBERT L. CAMINA is the director/producer/writer of the award winning film, UPSTAIRS INFERNO, the first full length documentary about the devastating 1973 New Orleans arson which is often referred to as the largest gay mass murder in U.S. History. UPSTAIRS INFERNO is Camina's second feature film.

During the 2015 World Premiere of UPSTAIRS INFERNO, Louisiana State Fire Marshal Butch Browning presented Camina with an honorary medallion called the "Citizen Coin" for his work and dedication to Up Stairs Lounge fire story. In addition, The New Orleans Pride Organization named Camina a Grand Marshal for Pride 2016. Camina wrote, directed and produced several short films before premiering his first full length documentary, RAID OF THE RAINBOW LOUNGE (2012) to sold out audiences, rave reviews and a media frenzy.

RAID OF THE RAINBOW LOUNGE recounts the widely publicized and controversial June 28, 2009 police raid of a Fort Worth, Texas gay bar that resulted in multiple arrests and serious injuries. The raid occurred on the 40th Anniversary of the Stonewall Inn raid. The film, narrated by Emmy nominated actress and TV icon, Meredith Baxter, screened during 33 mainstream and LGBT film festivals across the United States, Mexico and Canada. The film won several awards including 5 “Best” Film and 3 “Audience Choice” Awards. The film also received attention from the Office of the White House, Department of Justice and a division of the U.S. State Department. The Library of Congress hosted a screening in September 2014.