Through years of film and video editing projects, Director John Fallon has developed his visual style in collaboration with a host of other producers & directors over the last fifteen years. The varied projects he worked on included commercials, documentaries, music videos, narrative films and everything in between.
In 2014 John made a strong push into building a bigger body of directing work. During that year he released the web-series “Common Charges”, which went on to win a best acting award in the Hollywood & Vine Film Festival, and got picked up by DailyMotion.com. The series was also an official selection in the iTVfest, the Miami Web Fest and the Atlanta Web Fest.
2014 also saw the release of “in the dark”, a short psychological thriller that was written & directed by John. Currently, “in the dark” is being submitted to film festivals.
In 2015, John will continue to write scripts and find projects that will help define his voice as a director.
Television (Comedy) Director Common Charges follows tenants of The Breaston, an upscale NYC apartment building, as they sound off on the building's policies and politics. So, what happens behind closed doors? Residents tell all directly from the building's common room.
In the Dark
Film by John Fallon (Short and Thriller) Editor Meet Brian. He's a regular guy who has to wake up early every morning to go to work. Just like you and me, he too hates waking up just prior to the obnoxious ringing of his alarm and tries to sneak in a few more minutes before the blaring. We never truly fall back asleep in those few minutes though, drifting into a delirium wrought with grogginess. This morning is one of those mornings for Brian. He wakes up and after looking at the clock and seeing that it's still early, he decides to go back to "sleep." Now, in that stupefied half-awake half-sleeping state, something unknown starts beating on his door, trying to get to him. Dazed and confused, not to mention scared for his life, Brian finds himself trapped in a room with one door and no windows, desperate to get away from whoever, or whatever, is trying to attack him. In a story filled with surprises, unexpected twists and turns left and right, Brian must look for a way out. Written by john fallon
My New Roommate
Television by David the Voice Stein (Comedy) Editor David "The Voice" Stein moved to New York City to pursue his dream of becoming a stand up comic. As if survival in the big city wasn't tough enough, his roommate dies, leaving him in search of a quality roommate. Surprisingly, he discovers there are a host of celebrities who have fallen out of the limelight and are looking for a roommate as well. Unfortunately for David, they come with more baggage than he can handle. Written by Matt Florio
Wow, I Never Knew That!
Television (History) Editor Did you know the potato chip was invented out of anger? Or that "Sweet 'N Low" was named after a song? Or the real truth of why we say "God Bless You" after a sneeze? These questions and more are answered and explained in a new series called "Wow, I Never Knew That!" from Executive Producer Whoopi Goldberg, Tom Leonardis and the Emmy award- winning production company David Harris Katz Entertainment, Inc. "Wow I Never Knew That!" is a whimsical, half-hour television series that is jam-packed with exciting tidbits and fascinating facts that uncover the truths and origins behind the stuff you're already familiar with. From the items you use every day to the phrases you use in conversation to the habits you're so accustomed to, you'll be fascinated to learn how they've all really come about! Written by David Harris Katz
Film by Arsen Karougian (Drama) Editor Spiro is working in a garage in New York City until his career in the arts can get started. Tim is a young teen from Long Island who runs away from his abusive father and into the city. In the city Spiro and Tim's paths collide. Will their futures? Written by firstname.lastname@example.org
Television (Music) Editor
Film by Steve Bilich (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew Shakespeare's A Midsummer's Night Dream , in and out of a coffee shop.
Gold Promax Award for Editing
Loyola University New Orleans (New Orleans, LA)