The Self-Described Narrative of the Marvelous Travels and Campaigns of Great, Great, Great Uncle Lt. Col. Barry V. Manchester

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A 165-year-old man tells the story of his incredible life to his college-age Great, Great, Great niece, and teaches the young woman that it’s not how long you live, but how you live.

Since 1991, Glenn has worked on some of the most successful movie and television projects in entertainment history. Glenn is credited as Producer, Director, Editor, or Visual Effects Producer on over 100 feature films and television shows spanning 30 years, earning two Emmy Awards as VFX Producer on Boardwalk Empire. He is the co-owner of the New York-based, award-winning visual effects studio, Brainstorm Digital.

After graduating Emerson College in 1991, Glenn Allen quickly established himself as a filmmaker with intense passion for his craft. While working on feature films in various departments, including camera, sound, and props, Glenn was drawn to film editing to hone his storytelling skills.

In 1994, Glenn was hired by Ron Howard as an assistant editor on The Paper. This 25-year collaboration on Ron Howard’s team saw Glenn’s skills mature alongside some of the greatest talent in Hollywood. During his tenure with Howard, Glenn worked on the Academy Award-winning feature, Apollo 13 and Ransom. Aside from Howard’s films, Glenn’s talents were utilized on notable movies such as Tim Burton’s Sleepy Hollow and Martin Scorsese’s Casino. Developing a more hands-on approach in the cutting room, Glenn provided Ron Howard with conceptual ideas for visual effects on A Beautiful Mind (Academy Award – Best Picture) and The Missing. Concurrently, other accomplished directors such as Brian DePalma, Jonathan Demme, Tim Burton, Jim Jarmusch, Terence Winter, Joe Wright, and Frank Oz also recognized Glenn’s talent and quickly enlisted his services on their films.

Most recently, Glenn has served as Visual Effects Producer for Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street, Aaron Sorkin’s The Trial of the Chicago 7, The Safdie Bros Uncut Gems, and VFX Supervisor on History Channel’s Sons of Liberty. Glenn also produced the acclaimed History Channel series, The Men Who Built America and served as its VFX Supervisor.

Glenn was the Producer and Editor of Neil Young’s last two concert films, both directed by Jonathan Demme. He was the Executive Producer on the award-winning short film My Cross To Bear, and has written and directed his own award-winning independent feature, Bringing Down DeJonga.

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