Thomas A. Johnson

Thomas A. Johnson

Editor, Sound Editor and Sound Mixer

Pendleton, Indiana

Member Since:
November 2015
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About Thomas

Thomas A. Johnson is known for his work on Suck it Up Buttercup (2014), The Book and the Rose (2001) and Quantum Leap: A Leap to Di for (2009).


  • Dead Draw

    Dead Draw (2016)
    Film by Brian Klemesrud (Crime and Thriller) Sound department 25 Million dollars. It's the grab of a lifetime; get in, get out, get clean. Simple enough plan, perfectly executed. But truth is they've been burned, back-stabbed, betrayed.

  • Losing Breen

    Losing Breen (2015)
    Film by Doc Benson (Drama) Sound department A woman suffering from early-onset Alzheimer's disease is caught between two competing caregivers: her son and her mother, with dire and far-reaching consequences.

  • Walter

    Walter (2015)
    Film by Anna Mastro (Comedy and Drama) Sound department Walter Gary Benjamin works as a ticket-taker slash ticket-tearer at the local Cineplex. When Walter was ten years old he made a deal with God to judge the eternal fate of everyone he comes in contact with in exchange for his father going to Heaven. Walter manages his daily routine and his worrisome mother until the mysterious Greg shows up and forces Walter to confront the meaning of his life, and his future. Written by Purple Bench Films

  • Withdrawn

    Withdrawn (2015)
    Film (short) by Joe Herbert (Comedy, Crime and Drama) Sound department Arthur and his 'gang' plan a bank heist where they intend to loot a particular safe deposit box - the owner of which has been sleeping with Arthur's wife. There's just one problem. Arthur suffers from Dissociate Identity Disorder and the members of his 'gang' are simply his own multiple personalities.

  • Hollow Creek

    Hollow Creek (2015)
    Film by Guisela Moro (Crime, Horror, Mystery and Thriller) Sound department "Seeking inspiration for his latest horror novel Blake Blackman, a writer from New York, retreats to a remote cabin in the Appalachian Mountains. He is secretly accompanied by his lover Angelica Santoro a book illustrator who he's been having an affair with. She brings her dog along with them. Upon arrival they hear an amber alert on the radio and first learn about the case of several boys missing in the area. Soon after the arrive to the cabin her dog starts acting strange like there's someone or something out in the woods. A twist of fate turns the romantic interlude into an abduction-murder case when Angelica follows a lead to one of the missing boys and she mysteriously goes missing. Blake then becomes the prime suspect of her disappearance." Written by Guisela Moro

  • In Between Days

    In Between Days (2015)
    Film by Peter Herbert (Comedy) Sound department

  • The Armor of Light

    The Armor of Light (2015)
    Film by Kathleen Hughes (Documentary and News) Sound department What price conscience? Abigail Disney's directorial debut, THE ARMOR OF LIGHT, follows the journey of an Evangelical minister trying to find the courage to preach about the growing toll of gun violence in America. The film tracks Reverend Rob Schenck, anti-abortion activist and fixture on the political far right, who breaks with orthodoxy by questioning whether being pro-gun is consistent with being pro-life. Reverend Schenck is shocked and perplexed by the reactions of his long-time friends and colleagues who warn him away from this complex, politically explosive issue. Along the way, Rev. Schenck meets Lucy McBath, the mother of Jordan Davis, an unarmed teenager who was murdered in Florida and whose story has cast a spotlight on "Stand Your Ground" laws. McBath, also a Christian, decides to work with Schenck even though she is pro-choice. Lucy is on a difficult journey of her own, trying to make sense of her devastating loss while using her grief to effect some kind of viable and ...

  • Alone Together

    Alone Together (2015)
    Film (short) by Jacob Pinger (Comedy) Sound department Alone Together is a comedy featuring two young comics, Esther, a girl from the Midwest, and Benji, a brat from Beverly Hills, who find common ground in their troubled love lives and being generally intolerable. It's Ugly Betty meets Curb Your Enthusiasm.

  • Coop Dreams

    Coop Dreams (2015)
    Television (Reality-TV) Editor The hilarious adventures of a suburban family gone rural in search of a more sustainable lifestyle. Dad's dream is to try raising backyard chickens, but other family members are not as.....enthusiastic. Laugh and learn as we discover whether or not Dad and the gang make his Coop Dreams come true.

  • The Death Chair

    The Death Chair (2014)
    Film (short) by Topher Chambers (Horror) Editor A small paranormal TV show crew finds that chasing monsters for ratings sometimes comes with consequences.

  • Old Dogs Never Die

    Old Dogs Never Die (2014)
    Film (short) by Jim Dougherty (Comedy, Drama and Family) Sound department Over his 71 years, Harry Dunn has been through a war, married to the woman of his dreams for 50 years, widowed and had a mechanical relationship with his son. Each year for his birthday, Harry finds something special to do that he's never done before. His son always greets these adventures with reluctance and merely goes through the motions to keep the peace. For Harry's 71st birthday he wants to take on his biggest adventure yet; ride a bicycle across the country. The only problem is, Harry Dunn has never learned how to ride a bike. Harry has to overcome the objections of his family, his doctor and his friends who all think he's crazy! This cross country journey is filled with self discovery, new found friends and a family that learns where the heart really is, as they discover Old Dogs Never Die. Written by Jim Dougherty

  • The Herbert Brothers

    The Herbert Brothers (2014)
    Television (Reality-TV) Sound department The reality TV series follows five handsome, intelligent, funny, somewhat nutty brothers from the tiny town of Batesville, Indiana, who launched an advertising empire after taking a 1 million $ prize in the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl commercial competition in 2009. The Herbert Brothers have developed commercials for Go Daddy , Pepsi and Shasta. The Herbert Brothers is produced by Zig Zag Productions for the A&E Network. Written by Steve Pyatte

  • Scouts Honor: Inside a Marching Brotherhood

    Scouts Honor: Inside a Marching Brotherhood (2014)
    Film by Tom Tollefsen (Documentary, Music and Sport) Sound department In one unforgettable summer, three young men commit themselves to one of the most demanding youth activities in the country -- World Class drum and bugle corps: A veteran drumline member steps into a leadership role for the first time; a 15-year-old trumpet player from Texas becomes the youngest member of the entire corps; and a color guard member fights to finish his final season after receiving a life-changing diagnosis. Often referred to as "marching band on steroids," drum and bugle corps pushes young people to extreme levels, both physically and mentally -- all for one 11-minute performance. All three young men march with the Madison Scouts from Madison, Wisconsin. The strong brotherhood of this all-male organization helps them through their struggles and celebrates their triumphs. Written by Anonymous

  • Suck it Up Buttercup

    Suck it Up Buttercup (2014)
    Film by Malindi Fickle (Drama and Family) Sound department When the worlds of addiction, denial, deceit and dementia all suddenly collide one night, the collateral damage from teenage drug use is laid bare. Once an honors student, Jackie Holman is newly addicted to prescription pills. Her father Joe is out of work and in denial about Jackie's addiction. Her mother Ellie, pregnant and working double shifts to keep the family afloat, is also burdened with Jackie's senile grandfather and unaware of her daughter's drug use. A fast moving chain of events unfolds as Jackie, desperate to get her next fix, lies in order to get the money she needs from her father. While she parties and waits for her payday, Joe and Ellie race to save her in a clash that brings out cop cars handcuffs and heartache while testing the family resolve. Grounded in the economic decline and teenage aimlessness that afflicts small town America, SUCK IT UP BUTTERCUP is raw, emotional and uncomfortably real. Written by Anonymous

  • Seven Deadly Words

    Seven Deadly Words (2013)
    Film by Doc Benson (Drama and Family) Sound department With Egypt Valley Church out of funds and out of touch with the community, pastor Evan Bennett sets out to change things for the better. But there's a problem... One family doesn't like change, and is willing to do ANYTHING to stop him. How far will they go to preserve the Status quo ? Written by Haunting Memory

  • Yves Mineaux's Last Request

    Yves Mineaux's Last Request (2013)
    Film (short) by John Gaither (Comedy and Drama) Sound department A young network security analyst faces his greatest, most terrifying fear in an attempt to honor the memory of his beloved uncle.

  • The Sound of the Spirit

    The Sound of the Spirit (2012)
    Film by Michael Robert Wolf (Drama and Family) Sound department Beautiful and precocious Rivka is a twelve-year-old Jewish girl who believes in Jesus. She and her father attend a Messianic Jewish congregation in their community. But when her father suddenly dies, Rivka's life changes forever. She ends up moving in with her traditional Jewish relatives and attending their synagogue. From her stormy relationship with her uncle, to a meeting with the synagogue's senior rabbi, to the attention of the cutest boy in the synagogue, Rivka learns life lessons that stir her faith to new levels, touching the hearts of those whose lives she has reluctantly impacted. "The Sound of the Spirit" is the never-before-told story of a young girl caught in the crossfire of strong feelings between two faith communities. It's told with humor, compassion, and grace. Written by Guy Camara

  • Leah Not Leia

    Leah Not Leia (2011)
    Film (short) by Nate Savidge (Comedy) Editor, Director, Producer It is a dark time for a Rebellion, Especially if your name sounds similar to a well known galactic princess. This story chronicles the times of a girl named LEAH, who has a particular disgust for that popular Science Fiction series, for that very reason. From the moment she was born, people have gotten her name completely wrong because of that movie. Well no more. She is taking a stand and reminding others that her name is LEAH NOT LEIA. This comedy short strikes back for every kid named Scotty that had to hear 'Beam me up!' repeatedly, or every girl named Jenny that had to listen to that infamous telephone number over and over again. This film will give you a new hope for naming our future generations. Written by Anonymous

  • Soldier's Song

    Soldier's Song (2011)
    Film (short) by Tom Sparx (Drama) Sound department An injured soldier wages a personal war against paralysis, pain, and altered perceptions. Based on a true story.

  • Inside Perspective

    Inside Perspective (2011)
    Film (short) by Tajuana Butler (Drama) Sound department, Editor

  • Ghost Stories 4

    Ghost Stories 4 (2010)
    Film by Dan T. Hall (Documentary and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department Paranormal documentary Ghost Stories 4 marks filmmaker Dan T. Hall's final foray into seeking evidence of hauntings in Hoosier land. Peek into the spirit world through the camera lens as Hall and his team of investigators explore Hell's Gate, the site of a legendary train wreck that some say doomed its victims to forever wander the tracks; Black Moon Manor, a once majestic homestead in Mt. Comfort that also doubled as a funeral home as hundreds in the community fell to a small pox outbreak; and tread in the footsteps of infamous serial killer H. H. Holmes, who rented a cottage in historic Irvington for the express purpose of committing murder. The voices captured from beyond are truly bone-chilling! Written by Anonymous

  • A Time for the Heart

    A Time for the Heart (2009)
    Film by Christopher Allen (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department

  • Quantum Leap: A Leap to Di for

    Quantum Leap: A Leap to Di for (2009)
    Film (short) by Christopher Allen (Drama and Sci-Fi) Sound department

  • Scoring the Dream

    Scoring the Dream (2009)
    Film (short) by Nate Savidge (Documentary and Biography) Editor, Director, Producer A lifelong dream of recording songs with an orchestra comes to fruition for composer Steven Wilhelm.

  • The Last Bottle

    The Last Bottle (2008)
    Film (short) by Elayne Powell (Comedy) Editor, Director, Producer, Actor Two friends vie for possession of the last bottle of their favorite beverage.

  • First They Came for...

    First They Came for... (2008)
    Film (short) by Kate Chaplin (Drama) Editor Inspired by the poem by Reverend Martin Niemoller of the same name, First They Came set in a not so distant future where a nondescript regime takes away innocent people while one man struggles between standing up for what is right and saving himself. Written by Kate Chaplin

  • Red Harvest

    Red Harvest (2007)
    Film (short) by Dylan Griffith (Horror) Sound department Three drug dealers - Spence, Adam, and Jess - load a hollowed-out passenger van with marijuana and hit the back roads of Indiana on their way to a major sale. A momentary lapse of concentration results in a tragic accident - or does it? Jess is sure Spence hit a small child on the roadside, but there's no body. Investigating a nearby farm house while looking for help, the trio finds themselves ensnared in a cryptic, violent cycle of retribution channeled through the most unlikely of vessels. Written by Collin Armstrong

  • The Report

    The Report (2006)
    Film (short) by Gerald Peterson (Sci-Fi) Art department

  • Somewhere in Indiana

    Somewhere in Indiana (2004)
    Film by Don Boner (Drama) Editor Four people from four different cities join up on a trip to visit the birthplace of their favorite rebel film star. In the process, they learn more than they expected. They learn about themselves, each other, and what it means to be alive.

  • Earth & Women

    Earth & Women (2003)
    Film (short) by Lyndol Michael (Documentary) Editor This inspiring video shows how environmentally-sensitive women are designing and building their own homes, using straw bale walls coated with mud plasters. Their homes are mortgage-free, designed with nature in mind, and the owners conserve energy by living 'off the grid.' The video features interviews with numerous women who have built homes from organic materials and who describe the empowering nature of the process, which connects family members, friends and neighbors. The use of straw, a waste product which is normally burned, reconnects women with the earth and expresses women's traditional roles as caregivers. Written by Differentia, Inc.

  • Diagnosis Trauma

    Diagnosis Trauma (2002)
    Film (short) by Mike Nirenberg (Comedy) Sound department

  • The Book and the Rose

    The Book and the Rose (2001)
    Film (short) by Jeff Bemiss (Drama and Romance) Sound department Set in 1942. When John Barnes acquires an old book filled with intriguing handwritten notes, he begins a correspondence with its previous owner--and it promises to be more than just an exchange of letters. Based on a short story by Max Lucado about two people brought together by the timeless workings of fate. Written by Anonymous

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