Curtis Pollock, Cowriter/Director/Editor/Producer

Curtis grew up in Latrobe, PA, a few miles from the western Pennsylvanian stretch of Route 30. During one of his first jobs in the entertainment industry—an unpaid internship holding cue cards on an early morning show—he quickly impressed a producer who recommended him to Michael Moore's production company, where he was hired as the assistant art director of Moore's Emmy-nominated series The Awful Truth. When The Awful Truth's run ended, Curtis served as prop master for the feature film Never Again. He became interested in producing and worked his way up through the production departments of The Colin Quinn Show and Survivor, eventually reaching the position of production manager on Survivor. His experience at Colin Quinn also earned him a spot as an assistant director on the Saturday Night Live film crew, where he AD'd many of the commercial parodies for the 2002 – 2003 season. Since then Curtis has worn many hats (from associate producer to researcher to location scout) on a variety of projects (such as comedian David Cross's Showtime special, a YES Network Super Bowl special, Kaptain Knievel's latest stunt jump on the Intrepid aircraft carrier, and a John Lennon special). Recently Curtis was the prop master for the Susan Sarandon/Ralph Fiennes historical dramedy Bernard and Doris, directed by Bob Balaban and produced by Kevin Spacey's Trigger Street Productions. 30 is Curtis's feature film directorial debut.

Darren Maynard, Assistant Director

Stephen Cannella, Director of Photography  

Mike Gassert, Sound Recordist

Leia Logan, Costume Designer

Michael DeBeer, Visual Effects Supervisor

Ross Justin Pollock, Key Grip

Sasha Crosland Conroy, Line Producer

Casa Nova Studios, Sound Design

Thomas Shaw, Composer

Original musical score performed by Second Movement

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