I have produced nationally recognized feature films and documentaries, interviewed U2 and the Dalai Lama for international networks and shot documentaries from the Favelas of Rio to the backcountry of the Wind River Range in Wyoming. I have experience directing and producing productions for a long list of corporate, agency and broadcast clients.
Specialties: Film and video production, mobile content, commercials, documentaries, corporate communications, eLearning and feature films.
Name: John Yaworsky
Lives in: Wilmette, Illinois
Company: Nimble Digital Media
Occupation: Director and Producer
Film (Drama) Producer Pediatrician by day, single mom by night, SARAH invites her estranged husband, PETE, back to their suburban home for the Holidays on one condition: he must reconcile with their daughters before she agrees to finalize a trial separation with divorce. Written by Catherine E. Rubey
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Film (Short and Comedy) Producer An affable loser tries to win the girl of his dreams and the biggest tractor pull of the season. All that stands in his way is the girl's father, the Dale Earnhardt of tractor pulling, who'll stop at nothing to protect his daughter and his reputation as champion. With the help of a washed up rider who long ago boozed away his talent and his tractor pulling career, our hero sets out to beat all the odds in this comic satire of racing movies. Written by Lawrence Robinson
Film (Comedy) Producer Often called "The Chicago Swingers," ALLEYBALL follows a group of wiffleball-playing late bloomers as they meander through what could be their last summer together in Chicago. Stuart, the most thoughtful of the gang, dreams of writing offbeat greeting cards. His career-minded girlfriend wants to move to Portland and get married. Written by Anonymous
Film (Drama) Producer Traveling from morning to night, "Sandcastles" chronicles a day in the life of a construction worker named Getz. Getz wakes up alongside a highway. His wallet and cell-phone are missing. With no recollection of the previous night, he returns home. On his answering machine he finds a message from himself...to himself: "I called you out of work today." For a laborer who's devoted his entire, lonely life to his work and has, for years, worked seven-day weeks, this is a first. And with his routine disrupted, Getz can't help but puzzle over the riddle of his self-excused absence. All he knows is that it has something to do with Karina, whom he met at a bookstore months earlier, and Virgil, whom he's never heard of, but whose name now appears on his cell-phone's greeting. Written by m31 films