Robin Greenspun is a film and television producer and director in Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2015 she directed and produced the film Semicolon; The Adventures of Ostomy Girl, a documentary about Dana Marshall-Bernstein, a young Las Vegas woman living with Crohn's disease. In the 1970s and early 1980s Greenspun worked as an assistant director for Trans American Video and other production companies before starting her advertising and public relations firm. Other business ventures included a dance studio, a bookstore, and Moira James Gallery, an art gallery named after her two children with husband Danny Greenspun. In the early 1990s she taught communication studies at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). The Greenspuns were partners in Stone Village Pictures, a television and film production company, and are owners of CineVegas, a film festival that went on hiatus in 2010. They were both inducted into the UNLV College of Fine Arts Hall of Fame in 2013.