Jonathan Dillon

Director
 
 lives in Los Angeles, CA, United States  /  went to USC '06
Director/Editor

Credits (17)

 
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Director/Editor Commercial Reel
Director
Short reel in which I directed and cut all of the content (with exception to The Bluff promo trailer where I took pieces from multiple films to create an original trailer for a film yet produced). -Budweiser "D-Bone True Man" Spec Commercial -Doritos Spec Commercial -Addicted to Cold Water (Book Trailer) -Clay Hughes "Sunday Stroll" Music Video -The Bluff Faux Trailer
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Director's Reel
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Select clips from my work as a director. -Fight Night (Feature released by Phase 4 Films) -Walter (Short) -Waking Sonya (Short) -Alma Mater (TV sizzle reel)
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LAB Commercial
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A regional commercial promoting The LAB, a local bistro/gastropub located in Agoura Hills.
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Walter
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A day in the life of the son of God. No, not Jesus, that was someone else... with a beard.
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ALMA MATER Sizzle Reel
Director, Producer
Sex, Drugs and Final Exams. Alma Mater takes a look at the darker side of college life as this reel highlights moments in the scripted first season of the series.
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Bitches
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A normal day in the coffee shop for a couple of bitches.
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Walking Sonya
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When a young husband can't fall back asleep after a horrible nightmare, he tries to enlist the help of his peacefully sleeping wife. Big mistake.
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Cold Water
Director
Created for the promotion and selling of an autobiographical book, COLD WATER tells the story of a woman who would freeze her body before eating a meal for nearly 30 years of her life.
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Doritos Naked Bet
Director
Part of the Doritos Crash the Superbowl competition, this was scripted and shot within 5 hours. Kelsey Gunn, Brian Firenzi Dir: Jonathan Dillon DP: David Carstens
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Losing Isaac
Director, Editor
A struggling young mom puts her baby in danger when she chooses to save her best friend from an abusive man.
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Sunday Stroll
Director
The single off of artist Clay Hughes' debut album "Burn".
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Fight Night: Rigged
Director, Editor
With his back against the wall, Michael Dublin (Chad Ortis) is forced to open up about the past he is running from. The clip is taken from the feature film Fight Night.
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Fight Night (Teaser)
Director, Editor
Set in the seedy world of underground boxing, a young female prizefighter has the upper hand in taking down guys twice her size.
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Inspiration Project Greenlight
Director, Writer, Producer
A short created in part of the Project Greenlight/Coca-Cola Competition.
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Bite Me: "Continue!" (Season 2 Ep 1)
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Jeff, Mike and Greg are back as season two of Bite Me kicks off. With their house overrun and nowhere to turn, Jeff and the crew need to find shelter as the outbreak begins to spread across the city. Fighting in their house and driveway was one thing, being out in the world to fend for themselves is something else. Surprises lurk around every corner as the team, now with some new members in tow, begin their fight for survival.
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Editor Reel Features 2012
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-Bite Me Season 2 (TV series distributed by Lionsgate and Machinima) -Fight Night (Feature distributed by Phase 4 Films) -Waking Sonya (Award Winning Short)
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The Bluff Faux Trailer
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Chip and his best friend Gary are two high school seniors who hover at the bottom rung of the social ladder. After being convinced to hack into his father's Ameritrade account for a quick insider's trading bet, Chip soon finds himself in the hole 750,000 dollars. To get the money back before his parents return from vacation, the boys head to Las Vegas and end up in the middle of the world's largest poker tournament with not only Chip's father's money at stake, but their lives... This is a teaser designed out of other films that contain the same tone, style and genre as presented in The Bluff.