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Fred Zara

At age 15, Trenton, New Jersey native, Fred Zara, was the drummer for the punk rock band, Prisoners of War, playing venues in the North East, including Manhattan's famed CBGB. By the late 1990s, Fred began shifting his focus from music to film production. He has since been involved in dozens of documentary and narrative films, both in front and ... See full bio »
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Read Me
Read Me Editor
Average Community
Life & Times
Life & Times Editor
Create the Movie


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 2016 Read Me
 2015 Create the Movie (Documentary short)
 2013 The Show's Over (Short)
 2013 Creative Control (Short)
 2011 Party Girl (Short)
 2009 Getting Lear (Documentary)
 2009 Average Community (Documentary)
 2007 Confessions of an Italian American (Documentary short)
 2006 A Tale of Two Megans (Short)
 2005 Life & Times (Video short)
 2004 Entering Wendy (Short)
 2003 Inside-Out (Short)
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6' (1.83 m)

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As a teenager was the drummer for the 80s punk band Prisoners of War and went by the name Fred Fatal.

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