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Roger M. Mayer

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20 September 1968 Bellflower, California, USA
The founder of Brooklyn Reptyle Productions, Inc., Roger has over ten years experience as an award-winning account executive for a major financial lending institution, and has been responsible for closing over $4 million per month in transactions. Roger has extensive knowledge of production management, production cash flow, and distribution. Brooklyn Reptyle, based in Brooklyn and Los Angeles, has produced several shorts including Frank & Mary (2001/Dir. Hector Maldonado), which premiered at the New York Short Film Showcase, Thaw (2000) (Dir. Jeff Orgill), which world premiered at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, and the off-Broadway play Supper's Ready (2002/Dir. Hector Maldonado, written by Lee Anderson), which world premiered at HERE in New York City. He is currently producing Boppin' at the Glue Factory (Dir. Jeff Orgill) and Francis Hamper (Dir. B. Scott O'Malley), which are both in pre-production. Roger has also written, edited, produced and directed numerous industrial training films for a non-profit organization in New York. He wrote the experimental Western Jesus & Tequila (to be completed in 2004) and edited the short Volunteerdance (2001/Dir. Amy Beth Leber) for The Sundance Film Festival. He was the 1st Assistant Director on African-American Idol: The Search for the Next Black Leader (2003) (Dir. Greg Wendell Reid), The Objects of My Desire (2003/Dir. Keith E. Bowden), and The Perfect Husband (2003/Dir. Shelly Howell). He has also worked on many music videos for such artists as Marilyn Manson and The Adicts. Roger works for The Sundance Film Festival as the Print Traffic Coordinator and has been closely involved with the festival for over five years. He is at the top of his field in the studies of film theory and film history.
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