John Borland began working in entertainment at the age of 8, starting a puppet theater. He went on to play Grandpa Joe in the East Coast tour of Telly and The Good News Casters. After studying journalism and acting at the University of South Florida, a deep economic recession sent him to law school. He managed to work his way through teaching advanced cinematography and special effects. He spent 10 years in the legal field before once again entering the entertainment industry as a writer, actor, legal consultant, and finally producer.
Name: John Borland
Lives in: Atlanta, Georgia
Company: of counsel to Dreamscape International Entertainment, StudioHouse Pictures, and Nukkad-USA
Occupation: Attorney (Non-Entertainment), Entertainment Attorney, Screenwriter, Sound Editor and Producer
Nothing Can Stop Me
Film (Action) Producer A womanizing police detective falls in love with innocent Kelly, creating chaos in his undercover life. Part heist film, murder, romance, and a drug deal gone wrong, plus the Nigerian hit men looking for payback. but beautiful mother.
Misty Blue Lane
Film (Crime and Drama) Producer Misty Lane (Allis Bodziak), a lone wanderer running away from a troubled past, is an aspiring musician working to improve her life. To make ends meet and continue her journey, she takes a job at a dive bar run by a man looking to own the world around him while trying to escape his own troubles. There she meets Lana (Linda Roser), a complex woman with a checkered past who seems to live for only herself, and only for today. After life and circumstance throw Misty and Lana together, the pair discover that, despite their differences, they both share a similar story: runaways trying to control of their own lives. But Lana's past catches up with the both of them. Having lost everything and running short on hope, the girls hatch a plan that promises to give them both what they seek most: ultimate freedom.
Florida Coastal School of Law (Jacksonville, FL)
Universtity of South Florida
St. Petersburg College