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Film making is second career for Air Force Reservist

Movie poster for film by Master Sgt. Dave Green, an Air Force Reservist with the 513th Air Control Group.

Movie poster for film by Master Sgt. Dave Green, an Air Force Reservist with the 513th Air Control Group.

TINKER AIR FORCE BASE, Oklahoma -- Air Force veteran Sean Lynch and Air Force Reserve Master Sgt. Dave Greene have found two fulfilling careers in common- one with the United States Air Force and one in the film making industry. 

The pair recently teamed up to work on one of the only student-produced feature-length films in America at Oklahoma City University. 

"Unsolved," produced by students in OCU's Moving Image Arts Program, premiered in June at the Kerr McGee Tower and at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art as part of the deadCENTER Film Festival in Oklahoma City. 

From writing and directing to composing, acting and filming, OCU students worked on every level of producing "Unsolved." Lynch produced the film and cowrote the script with Director Lance McDaniel. Greene worked as the director of photography. 

"I have worked on a lot of movies, but working with the cast and crew of 'Unsolved' at OCU was one of the best," Lynch said. "Everyone was top notch." Lynch served six years of active duty with the Air Force. He was stationed at Tinker from 1998 to 2000. Now a disabled veteran, Lynch is pursuing his love for film. 

Greene joined the Air Force Reserve 11 years ago and is an airborne radar technician in the 513th Air Control Group's Operation Support Flight at Tinker Air Force Base. 

According to Greene's commander Col. John Trnka, "One of the things I really enjoy about working with reservists is getting to know what they do in their lives away from base, it's such a diverse group. Master Sgt. Greene has a passion for film-making, and it's great to see him successful at it. I look forward to seeing the completed film." 

"Unsolved" revolves around a college student named Amanda who takes a criminology course and is charged with investigating why a 15-year-old murder is unsolved. She discovers a conspiracy on campus to cover up the crime as new victims begin to die. 

For additional information, visit www.unsolvedmovie.com.