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by Jason van Gumster
THE OLIGARCH DUPLICITY - Episode 02 "What Happend to Your Star Reporter?"
Click here to watch Episode 03 "The Printing Press."
The Metrocity Times - Bloom of the Stogie City
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The Oligarch Duplicity
J. Sibley Law
Producer, Writer, Director
Kathryn Fumie
Kathryn & Kerry Bale
Mike Fine
Technical Director & Weapons Master

Cast
Karen Connelly
Kathryn Fumie
Jeremy Funke
Andrew Gullans
Anna Hayes
Tracy James
Maureen Kelley
John Pyron
Polina Rabinovich
Vic Terenzio
Joel Vetsch
Sara Alvarez
Camisha Farquherson
Joseph Mallon




Crew
Mike Chaiken (News)
Mike Fine
Jeremy Funke
Andrew Gullans
John Librie (Best Boy)
Cassandra Ritone
Jack Rushen
  (contributing writer)
Kristin Santa Maria (News)
Joel Vetsch

Cast (cont'd)
Jaspar Law
Wendy Olafson
Tobe Johnson
Dave Fuller
Gregiore Mouning
Tucker Chase

Art & Photographs
J. Sibley Law
JoAnn Moran
John Byron Griffin
Announcer
Bill Rock


Commercial Locations
Brown's Marina
The Duncan Hotel
Freightliner of
  Southern CT
Good Food Fast Catering
Hersham Acorn Newspapers
Holiday Inn (Bridgeport)
McLaughlin Vineyards
Puppet House Theatre
Stephen's Pub
Tech Theatrical Services

TMT Journalism Written by: J. Sibley Law, Kristin Santa Maria, and Mike Chaiken
Associate Producers: Jeremy Funke, Patti Law, and Nathan Wrann

Special thanks to the Connecticut Film Festival for partnering with
The Oligarch Duplicity team on the release of the trailer.
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INVESTIGATIVE REPORT
City's Morning Paper Assesses Future

Since last week’s fire devastated The Metrocity Times printing facility, the question hangs in the air, “What will be the next step for
The MT?”

For the foreseeable future, The MT will be printed on the Metro City Eagle presses, a major competitor for this paper, said The MT owner and publisher Robert “Bull” Hanover...    ...(cont'd...)
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