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RohanMGraduating from High School in Atlanta, Georgia in 2003, Rohan fell in love with the environment of the cinema hall and moving images on the big screen, watching Bollywood, American and Iranian films.

As an aficionado of film noir, mysteries, drama and thrillers, he enjoys the films of Alfred Hitchcock, M.Night Shyamalan, Steven Spielberg, David Fincher, Martin Scorsese and Christopher Nolan. Engrossed by the originality of his favorite filmmakers, it opened a door for him to take on writing scripts as well.

The reverence of directors, actors, stories, art and cinema allows him to experience films with an open mind and leads him to believe strongly in the correspondence of films with the occurrences of the real world.

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Paul Martin lives in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and was baptised Catholic in his living room. He is a big fan of film, and have aspirations of someday directing a major motion picture. He has a book that he’s been working on, as well as a screenplay, and loves to film both eventually. Paul is the webmaster of many websites; he manages Narniafans.com , MNightfans.com, Matrixfans.net, and more. He is the co-owner of a company called ProCPR (www.procpr.org). Paul LOVES  the Lord of the Rings, because it has so much Catholic teaching in it as well as some of the most beautiful music ever composed for a film. He is a Spiritual Warrior, on the side of God and the Roman Catholic Church. He wears the armor of God (Eph 6:10-17).  He says, he loves film, and have an eye for crafting scenes, and taking footage and making it exciting to watch. He also loves good music. Movies can make him cry. So can music. Sometimes. He has studied Tae Kwon Do, and plan to take some classes again. He loves doing things for others, because of how much people have done things for him. Paul was never very popular in school, he just knew a lot of people. He knows a little bit about a lot of things and a lot about a few things. If you need someone to talk to about anything, Paul is willing to listen. He always gives good advice.

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Contributors

Travlis Hallingquest is a Sailor in the U.S Navy and is currently stationed on an Airforce Base in Japan.  He has a B.A in history from Thomas Edison State College, and is a graduate student in the University of Oklahoma’s Master of Liberal Studies program, with a concentration in Film and Media Studies. He plans to base his thesis off of the notion that striking knowledge of film history/studies should be in the arsenal of every operations executive of a film studio, to aid in the oversight of all aspects of creative development, publicity and marketing. Although he is an admirer of numerous filmmakers of all eras; his favorites include Steven Spielberg ,Christopher Nolan, Clint Eastwood, Spike Lee, Alfred Hitchcock, and Ridley Scott.  Travlis is a traditionalist and prefers actual locations, extravagant sets, film cinematography over digital cinematography, and in camera effects over CGI. He finds 3D gimmicky and completely unnecessary in theaters, and believes that its only place is in theme park rides. He has been a member of the American Film Institute since October 2009.

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Michael Fryer is a 27 year old graduate of California State University, Fullerton with a B.A. in history with a concentration on modern European history.  He is currently living in southern California and recently acquired a job at Marriott International.  Moreover, Mike is currently working with few friends in Hollywood that may be able to aid in any possible connections with a movie studio.  He has been heavily involved with public and oral history, developed a broad knowledge base derived from exposure to multiple disciplines, and was a candidate for the California State University, Fullerton Welebaethan Journal of History publication.  In addition to his educational background, he’s been passionate for cinema and film for as long as he can remember. He is always the first to view recent films and offer his reviews and point of view to his friends, family, and colleagues. Michael finds his reviews too in depth or philosophical for those seeking his brief opinion of a film. Film and cinema, as well as the opinions and feelings attached to them, require great care, time, passion, and thought. And, he believes that combined with this passion, his writing skills and developed critical analysis methods could be an ideal asset to our team.

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