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Grad's Movie Premiere

E-Media graduate Elliot Greenberg had a key production role in the the newly released major motion picture Quarantine.

The movie premiered on big-screens in Cincinnati and across the country October 10. Quarantine is a pseudo documentary horror film directed by John Erick Dowdle and starring Jennifer Carpenter. 

Quarantine is being released in the United States and internationally by Screen Gems Pictures, an American subsidiary of Sony Pictures.

Elliot Greenberg is a 2001 E-Media graduate and recipient of the division's Paramount Picture Production Internship Award that year. His began his West Coast career as an apprentice on Wes Craven's Cursed and was an assistant editor on Craven's Red-Eye. Elliot spent two years as an assistant editor on various projects, including Clerks 2 and Kevin Smith's View Askew. His first feature editor credit was Extreme Movie.

"Elliot is part of a growing group of E-Media graduates who have embarked on su cessful careers in the film and television industry in southern California," said E-Media Professor Kevin Burke, who advised Elliot on the Emmy Award winning student film Eastern Standard Time. 'We are very proud of all of them."

Professor Burke, who last saw Elliot when he was in Cincinnati during the holidays in 2007, said, "Although his hair was long and he had a bit of that LA aura about him, he was still pretty much the same great kid we knew here.  It's nice to see good things happen to good people."

Written October 2008