Directed by Randy M Salo
In rural South Carolina, WWII Marine veteran Jim Green has created a ramshackle museum around what he claims are artifacts from a 34 million year old civilization of reptilian humanoids. Fulfilling a childhood promise, Jim’s grandson Randy convinces a series of scientists to visit his grandfather’s backyard archeological site, with unexpected results.
The Dragons of Jim Green brings to life Jim’s models, arcane diagrams, and an epic poem – which tell of intelligent, highly-advanced beings who self-destructed through greed and war. Both dramatically focused and universal in scope, Dragons is about the human need for understanding and recognition, the capacity of the imagination to heal, and the multifaceted nature of truth.
Randy M. Salo – Producer/Director/Composer
Southern-born filmmaker Randy M. Salo is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in NYC. His last film, American Tale, received a Human Spirit Award from Loews Theater for its take on the Muslim experience in a post 9/11 world. He is currently developing his next documentary, a road trip that will bring him and his father back home to their Native American Ojibway tribe as well as his narrative feature length debut, Carolina Price. Randy is a member of IATSE Local 52 in New York City. He currently resides in Munich, Germany.
Ted Weinbaum – Producer/Editor
Ted is the Director of Production at First Run Features, an independent film distributor in New York City where he has worked since 2003. Mr. Weinbaum has a BFA in Film and Drama from Vassar College, and has experience that includes cutting theatrical trailers and working as a stock and archival footage researcher.