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Rosemary C. Cremona (born 1957; age ~64) is a director who worked as second assistant director on the two Star Trek feature films Star Trek: First Contact and Star Trek: Insurrection.

Cremona started to work as second assistant director in the late '80s, working on the television horror series Monsters between 1988 and 1989. Further credits as second assistant director include the horror comedy Tales from the Darkside: The Movie (1990, with Christian Slater), Wes Craven's horror film The People Under the Stairs (1991, with Wendy Robie and Bill Cobbs), the television drama Memphis (1992), the horror film Innocent Blood (1992), the action sequel The Next Karate Kid (1994), Wes Craven's horror sequel New Nightmare (1994), the action thriller Night of the Running Man (1995, with second second assistant director Nedra Rosemond), the television thriller Marshal Law (1996), the drama Finding Graceland (1998), the thriller Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999), and the Academy Award winning drama American Beauty (1999, with John Cho). For the latter one she won a Director's Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures in 2000.

In 2000 she worked as second unit first assistant director on the horror sequel Scream 3, again for Wes Craven and together with second unit director/ stunt coordinator Rick Avery and in 2002 she was the second assistant director on Jonathan Frakes' science fiction adventure Clockstoppers which also featured Ken Jenkins, Scott Thomson, Gina Hecht, Billy Mayo, Jenette Goldstein, Jeff Ricketts, editors Peter E. Berger and Jeff Canavan, costume designer Deborah Everton, and second unit director Rick Avery.

Other projects as second assistant director are drama S1m0ne (2002), the comedy The Last Shot (2004), the comedy Bad New Bears (2005), the Academy Award winning drama Walk the Line (2005), the Commander in Chief pilot episode (2005, with Jasmine Jessica Anthony and Leslie Hope), the drama Charlie Wilson's War (2007), and the television series The Riches (2008), Eastwick (2009), and Castle (2009).

More recently she worked as second assistant director on the musical Burlesque (2010) and as key second assistant director on the musical remake Footloose (2011).

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