Producer and co-screenwriter Roger Rapoport (Eclipse Award Winning Waterwalk and Coming Up For Air) is the Michigan based author of many books including Angle of Attack; Air France 447 and The Future of Aviaiton Safety (with Shem Malmquist), Citizen Moore: The Making of An American Iconoclast (Forward Biography Award), and Hillsdale: Greek Tragedy in America’s Heartland.
He is also editor of the bestselling and widely translated I Should Have Stayed Home trouble travel series. A contributing editor at Flight Safety Information, his articles have been published in the Atlantic, Harper’s Esquire, the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times. Chicago Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, San Jose Mercury News, The Independent and many other publications. After working in California for many years he returned to his native Michigan where he lives with his wife Martha Ferriby.
A proud father and stepfather, Rapoport thanks audiences around the country (and by DVD and streaming around the world) for their enthusiastic support of our Heartland-produced films.