James Glenn Helm

James Helm
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    June 29th, 2010
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    United States of America
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    Sindinero Productions Inc.
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    Vice President
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  • School 1
    Richland College
  • School 2
    Eastfield College
  • School 3
    Moutainview College


• 1 Film and Theater career • 2 Feature films o 2.1 Blood on the Brazos o 2.2 Reach for the Sky

About Me

James Glenn Helm “Glenn” AKA: Rattlesnake Glenn (born 5 February 1942 in Marfa, Texas) is an independent American filmmaker, award winning still photographer , old west historian, reenactors coordinator for North Texas filmmakers, author, video photographer and editor for Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control assigned to special programs and the Squad Mission Support System (SMSS) ground combat system robot for the U.S. Army and featured on “Future Weapons”. Glenn is known in the indie film and theater communities for his feature western films with his partner Toby Thomas Sindinero Productions, Inc. Their first feature in 2002 “Blood on the Brazos” directed by Glenn and most recently “Reach for the Sky” produced by Glenn in 2009. He has worked as a producer and director for 10 years starting with industrial defense films and proceeding to feature films in 2001. He has specialized in western indie feature films and has furnished cowboys, buck board wagons, stagecoaches, chuck wagons and horses for many western independents in the North Texas area. Glenn is a member and Vice President of the famous award winning gunfighter entertainment group in the Fort Worth Historic Stockyards known as “The Legends of Texas” performing all summer long (Memorial Day thru Labor Day) on week-ends inside the Stockyards Station immediately following the Fort Worth Herd driving the longhorn cattle down Exchange Street.

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