Filmmaker originally from Los Angeles, California living in New York City with a background in art, photography & design.
Name: John Michael Maroney
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Filmmaker and Photographer (Still)
The Lion's Den
Film by Ben Hozie (Drama) Camera and Electrical Department, Miscellaneous Crew When a group of radicals attempts to kidnap David, the CEO of the Leo corporation, they instead accidentally get David's best friend, a small-time accountant named Daniel. The radicals hold Daniel ransom in their commune for 1 million dollars, which they plan to give entirely away to charity. The commune is the childhood home of Marie, the group's leader, who is dating Nick, a documentary filmmaker currently making a film about the commune. Marie's ex-lover, Junior, shows up shortly after Daniel is kidnapped, and tries to win back Marie and take her away from the house. Marie is excited to see Junior again but is in love with Nick and is determined to follow through with the "Leo job." Junior will do anything to get Marie back, even possibly helping Daniel escape but Nick will go to extreme lengths to make sure Marie stays with him and that the group finishes their mission. Written by Anonymous
Film by Ben Hozie (Drama) Actor, Sound department In the fall of 2011 in NYC, a modern Virgin Mary, an impotent tourist named Joseph, and a lonely art patron yearn for each other and something more.
East of Venus
Film (short) by Johnny Maroney (Drama, Fantasy and War) Writer, Director, Producer A short, experimental film about alternate states of consciousness and the nature of reality. Told through lucid black and white images, we follow a girl into her subconscious trance after a traumatic experience.