Jack Lindauer has over 30 years experience in the motion picture industry. His military electronics
training in the U. S. Air Force led to a job at the University of California at Los Angeles Motion Picture/Television Department
where he maintained the equipment for the department's three television studios.
From there he went to Francis
Coppola's Zoetrope Studios in Hollywood and worked in the studio's newly formed and innovative Electronic Cinema Division.
Jack worked as a Video Engineer on Director Francis Coppola's film "One From The Heart".
he went to Lorimar Studios in Culver City, (formally MGM Studios, now Sony Pictures), and worked in the Post Production Sound
Department as a Sound Engineer. This got him his membership into the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees
He then decided to get into the production side of sound and worked on over 30 independent films as a Production
Sound Mixer, traveling back and forth across the United States.
He later formed his own company, Lindauer Sound,
which maintains and repairs sound recording equipment at various post production houses in the greater Los Angeles area.
Jack worked as an Assistant to Producer/Writer Bob DeBrino, working on projects in development.
occasionally do a Production Sound Mixing job, and has currently written a screenplay which he is producing
and directing. He also teaches screenplay writing classes.
Jack is studying acting at the Actors
Workout Studio in the North Hollywood Arts District to both help with writing scenes for scripts and work with directing
actors. The Actors Workout Studio trains actors in the Sanford Meisner technique.
He volunteers his free
time at the Writer's Guild of America.
To find out more about Jack Lindauer's film projects, visit his other web
site, Two Actors and a Camera.
For more about Jack's screenplay writing classes, visit his web site Screenplay Classes.