Director Gregory Kallenberg: Haynesville Film Debut (VIDEO)

[ 0 ] June 30, 2011 |

Watch Gregory Kallenberg at the 2011 Aspen Ideas Festival spend ‘2.5 Minutes With genConnect.’ We connected with the Director and Producer of ‘Haynesville.’

Click the play button below to watch genConnect Senior Editor Randi Zucker interview Kallenberg on his new film “Haynesville,” which is about the United States’ hunt for new energy sources:

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Gregory Kallenberg’s diverse background in writing and film-making focusing on journalism and television has led him on a unique journey. Kallenberg has written for Esquire, The New York Times, Texas Monthly, Austin American Statesman’s XL magazine, and for Bluefield Productions, which produces shows for the History Channel and A&E. Before creating “Haynesville,” Kallenberg directed “Eating Levi,” which is about Levi Oliver’s quest for eating fame.

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About Gregory Kallenberg: Gregory Kallenberg is the director of “Haynesville" (, a film about the discovery of the world's largest natural gas field and its impact on three people's lives as well as its affect on United States' [...]
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