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ERIC NAZARIAN (Writer/Director)
"The Blue Hour" is Eric Nazarian’s first feature film as writer-director. Eric is a graduate of the University of Southern California’s School of Cinema-Television. Born in Armenia and raised in Los Angeles, Eric worked at his father’s photo lab throughout high school, eventually becoming a staff photographer for AIM magazine in college. At USC film school he majored in Film Production. In his senior year he wrote "Land of Plenty," a post-war screenplay about child war survivors based on his experiences as a photojournalist in the Southern Caucuses that won the AFFMA Screenplay Award. He is currently working on a law enforcement saga and an international drama about globalization.

A Los Angeles native, Lynnette Ramirez began her film career in development with Fountainbridge Films, Sean Connery’s production company. In 2002, Lynnette launched Vida Films, an independent film production company. Prior to the The Blue Hour she served as a co-producer on 2 Days starring Paul Rudd. Currently she has several projects in development, including Sluts, a coming of age comedy and Nazarian’s next pic Blowback. She is the Sr. VP of Development and Production for George Lopez Presents, based at Warner Premiere, a division of Warner Bros. and co-writer of Deep in the Heat of Texas that actress Eva Longoria will executive produce and star for Touchstone.

Brian’s producing career began in 2000 when he produced an international 2000 summer Olympic campaign for Samsung cell phones. This led to dozens of other commercial campaigns and music videos, before Brian moved to television in 2002. Producing both non-fiction and scripted programming, Brian has produced over 75 hours of television including such shows as “Monster House”, “The Deadliest Catch” and “Lobster Wars” for the Discovery Channel, and “Ice Road Truckers” for the History Channel. Currently, Brian has several television and feature projects in development.

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