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Casualties of the State: The Shooting Script: Featuring Behind the Scenes with the Filmmakers Paperback – September 15, 2014
About the Author
Alan Lamberg is a founding partner of Corner Film Productions. He manages the company’s financial and logistical operations. He is the primary author and producer of the feature-length drama-thriller, Casualties of the State (2012). He has also produced one industrial subject for Solvay Chemicals, Inc. (2013), one feature documentary, Determined Lives (2012), and three short subjects, For Lease (2011), Jane Doe (2010), and Hazard Pay (2010).
Raised in Baltimore, Maryland, Alan attained a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication with an emphasis in Film and Theatre Arts at Towson University in 2000. He earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration at Saint Louis University in 2004, followed by eight years employment for the City of Kirkwood, Missouri as cartographer and staff to a historic preservation commission. He and his wife taught English for three years in Nagano, Japan.
Alan enjoys being creative and continues to work in the fields of public service and media production, collaborating globally.
Filmmaker Jeremy Cropf appreciates every opportunity to work in such an exciting medium. He is a founding partner of Corner Film Productions. Jeremy has worked with several production companies in New York, Portland, Seattle, and St. Louis. He is the director of the feature-length drama-thriller, Casualties of the State (2012). By 2014, he was a director of two feature length dramas, one feature length documentary, and nine short subjects; he was an editor of four feature length dramas and documentaries and over a dozen short subjects.
Raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Jeremy graduated in 2010 from the Tisch School of the Arts undergraduate Film and Television production program at New York University. Jeremy was president of Ubuntu (formerly STAND: Anti Genocide Coalition) at NYU for over two years as well as an assistant editor for 24HoursForDarfur.org, a video advocacy and education campaign from 2007-2008. In 2009 Jeremy studied television and film production with the BBC Academy in London, attached as a media management assistant and researcher for the BBC Two British Academy of Film and Television Arts and Emmy award-winning series The Virtual Revolution.
He currently resides with his wife in Portland, Oregon.
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