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Bryan Reinhart has been an instructor at the Zaki Gordon Institute/ Sedona Film School  for 14 years and was coordinator of the documentary program for 8 years.  Reinhart currently teaches narrative and documentary filmmaking, as well as master seminars in editing and producing.  An active editor and documentarian, he finds it just as important to take the time to teach.

A native of Northwest Indiana, Reinhart was raised in a theatrical family and was on stage at the age of six. By the age of 13 he was making short films.  He worked in the entertainment industry in a variety of positions including producer, director, and editor for both film and television.

Reinhart’s first Hollywood experience was producing a documentary on the making of the feature film 
Hoosiers.  Reinhart went on to produce the nationally televised American Highways for Public Television.  In the 1980’s, Reinhart started his own television production company and produced corporate and industrial projects for Fortune 500 companies as well as documentaries.  Several of his documentaries were aired nationally on public television. Classroom Under The Canopy, filmed in Costa Rica, was produced in cooperation with Indiana University and the Indianapolis Zoo.The Eyes of Nepal aired in Australia and the US.  In 2014, Reinhart released the feature documentary The Musical Man that followed a theater company for 30 years.



























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