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Kasten Kasten is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Karl Kasten Karl Albert Kasten (March 5, 1916 – May 3, 2010) was a painter-printmaker-educator in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Jeremy Kasten Before starting work on his own feature films, Kasten worked odd jobs in the film industry, including as William Friedkin’s personal assistant during production of "Jailbreakers" and as video editor for Playboy TV. Soon, Kasten became known for his editing skills and became a go-to editor for straight-to-video distributors and cut over a dozen feature films before the age of 25. He was the last editor on the infamous film "Skinner" starring Traci Lords and Ricki Lake and directed by convict and ex-boyfriend of Heidi Fleiss, Ivan Nagy. In this period Kasten edited "Phat Beach", which first-time director and "Entourage" creator Doug Ellin called “probably the worst movie ever made”. Kasten first made his mark with Mindfire/CFQ Entertainment as editor of the superhero spoof "The Specials" directed by screenwriter Craig Mazin and featuring Rob Lowe, Thomas Haden Church, Paget Brewster, Judy Greer, Jamie Kennedy and James Gunn, who also wrote the film.
Jeremy Kasten In 1997, Kasten began work on his own feature, "The Attic Expeditions", a low budget experimental horror film starring Seth Green and Jeffrey Combs. Tim Heidecker was the intern on the film and has a cameo appearance. The film featured a noted appearance by Alice Cooper as a mental patient. It premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival, played in Los Angeles and later saw wide release on video by distributor Blockbuster/DEJ Entertainment. The movie received mixed reviews due to its complex plot, with Kevin Thomas from the "Los Angeles Times" saying, “imaginative and audacious. Willing to challenge as well as entertain. A low-budget gem.”
Jeremy Kasten Kasten’s next film, "All Soul’s Day: Dia de los Muertos", was released in 2005 and used the Mexican Day of the Dead as a backdrop for zombie horror. Noted for its three time periods and stars such as Laz Alonso, David Keith, Jeffrey Combs, Laura Harring and Danny Trejo, the film premiered to sold out audiences at the 2005 Slamdance Film Festival and plays cable television every November 1. In The Zombie Movie Encyclopedia Peter Dendle described it “like something Barbara Steele should have been in and Mario Bava should have made in black and white.”
Jeremy Kasten Stages of Reality: Theatricality in Cinema, "an arena for repulsive, mesmerizing and sexually charged spectacles.” The film premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival and several showings were added due to high demand and sold out seats. Anton Bitel has called the film a “masterclass in the art of the remake.”
Stan Kasten In January 2012, Kasten joined Magic Johnson, Peter Guber and Guggenheim Partners bidding for ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team. On March 27 it was reported that the partnership, led by Guggenheim controlling partner Mark Walter, had submitted a winning bid of $2.15 billion (including surrounding land) -- some 25% above the nearest offer. Kasten became team president once the sale closed, on April 30, 2012.
Barbara Kasten Barbara Kasten (born 1936) is an American artist. Kasten trained as a painter and textile artist at the University of Arizona (BFA) and the California College of Arts & Crafts (MFA). She was influenced by the Bauhaus movement and László Moholy-Nagy. After school, she turned to photography to encompass her interdisciplinary work. Working for over 40 years, she often is inspired by the act of recording a three-dimensional space onto a two-dimensional plane. She often uses mirrors, lights, and props for conceptually-based pieces. As she continues her practice, her work has continued to pure abstraction.
Matthew Kasten Matthew L Kasten also known as Matthew Von or simply Matthew Kasten is an American hairstylist and photographer. He is most known for being the head hairstylist on MADtv from 1995 until 2007. He has also done freelance photography off of website, Model Mayhem and is experienced in wig making.
Lloyd Kasten Lloyd Kasten joined the faculty of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Wisconsin in 1931 and spent the next 68 years pursuing and promoting research on the language and literature of medieval Spain. He produced, usually in collaboration with other scholars, editions of several works of medieval Spanish literature, and he led the teams of scholars who compiled the most thoroughly documented dictionary of the Old Spanish language in existence today. In addition, he played a key role in promoting and expanding the study of Portuguese in the United States.