Check out the cast and crew rules for the upcoming production of Return to Class of Nuke’Em High!
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I’m pasting part of my resume. The parts that I believe show that I have the tools to work on a film crew. Being a recent graduate , I’m very driven to be apart of the Troma film company. I’m very motivated. I would be willing to work in a wide range of responsibly . My hours are wide open since I no longer work at the temporarily job I was at. The truth is it I have spent time believing I may have to work jobs not related to my degree and field that I put my first foot foward to education. Working for Troma, the company can expect no other then 101% of my dedication to keep the wheels of Troma brand rolling for this new amazing digital age of fans and media. Please take the time to look at part of my resume, I can email the rest at Ashtonj82@gmail.com , thank you sincerely John Sacino
County College of Morris
A.A in Liberal Arts
William Paterson University
Major: Media Studies
Bachelors in the Art & Communication
Creative Writing, TV production, Broadcasting 1, Film 1, Media & Society
Actor- Jefferson Community Players, 2005-2007
Actor- CCM drama- Scratch-The Devil and Daniel Webster, 2004
Extra – Law and Order, 2006
Director – Independent films- locally made and self produced, 1998-Present
Volunteer – Hospital help aid, TV studio production club