“I wanted to explore that transitional period in childhood when we begin to realize that our world is a lot less secure than we thought it was. I was also interested in how strong childhood memories can unexpectedly bubble to the surface and influence our choices as adults.”

Jeremy earned his MFA from the Graduate Screenwriting Program at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.  While there, in addition to writing and directing award-winning shorts, his screenplay, Plague Season, was a semi-finalist in the Nicholl Fellowships in Screenwriting Competition.  Based on his Nicholl script, Fox Searchlight signed Jeremy to a first-look deal and produced his next short, Half Life, after which he created a successful web series for MTV’s AtomFilms.  Currently, Jeremy is developing two features that will utilize the talents of the team behind 1982.



Combining her passion for business with her love of the arts, Gina brings to 1982 nearly a decade of experience in the entertainment industry, where her expertise in handling complex deals for A-list talent have made her an essential part of the finance team at WME.  Prior to 1982, she produced a web series for AtomFilms, also written and directed by her husband and producing partner, Jeremy Breslau, and she is currently prepping his upcoming projects.



Robert has worked on over 40 films ranging in cost from $1.6 million to over $100 million as both a unit production manager and producer.  In addition, he teaches Production Planning at USC, and is the author of Planning the Low-Budget Film, which was a finalist in the 2007 Ben Franklin Awards and a winner at the Hollywood Book Festival.  Robert’s expertise in every aspect of production have made him indispensable to such diverse talents as Mel Brooks and Paul Verhoeven. His credits include The Blues Brothers, Return of the Jedi, Indiana Jones And The Temple Of Doom, Spaceballs, and Starship Troopers. 



Honing his craft under numerous Oscar-winning cinematographers (Robert Elswit, Dean Semler, Emmanuel Lubezki, to name a few) as the most in-demand camera operator working today, Frank is making his transition to cinematographer on 1982.  Prior to tackling this latest challenge, Frank distinguished himself with his brilliant work on the classic four minute one take ‘car sequence’ in Children of Men, which was honored by AMC as one of the best tracking shots of all time. His skills have made repeat customers of Steven Spielberg, Michael Bay, and Steven Soderbergh, who have found his ability to translate their vision to the screen indispensable.    


Production Designer

Patrick began as a set designer on Twister and Men in Black. Other notable visual achievements as set designer include The Game, Collateral, and What Women Want. Promoted to art director, he partnered with renowned production designer John Myhre on Wanted and Memoirs of a Geisha, the latter for which they won the Academy Award.  He also served as sole art director on Clint Eastwood’s Oscar nominated Changeling, the supernatural drama Hereafter, and J. Edgar. He was art director on Divergent, the latest film from Neil Burger, director of the smash hit Limitless, and won a 2013 Emmy for his art direction on Steven Soderbergh’s Behind the Candelabra.


Consulting Editor

Alan Edward Bell began his career in the late ’80s, working first as an assistant editor (Heathers, Lord of the Flies, Misery, A Few Good Men) and then, a decade later, as editor on a string of both independent and studio films including Water for Elephants and (500) Days of Summer.  It was the latter film that connected Bell with director Marc Webb, with whom he worked again when he cut The Amazing Spider-Man.  Most recently, Alan edited the second installment in the blockbuster The Hunger Games franchise, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and is currently editing the sequels, Mockingjay Parts 1 & 2.