Jason Downer

Jason Downer

Dialogue editor, music composer and sound designer in Phoenix, Arizona

About Jason

Jason Downer is known for his work on Ride the Thunder (2015), Warring Hearts (2014) and Verklempt (2012).


Name: Jason Downer

Lives in: Phoenix, Arizona

Occupation: Dialogue Editor, Music Composer, Sound Designer and Sound Editor

Credits

  • In the Blink

    In the Blink (2015)
    Film (short) by Damien Patrik (Drama and Family) Composer, Sound department

  • Osa: The Jewel of Costa Rica

    Osa: The Jewel of Costa Rica (2015)
    TV Movie by Austin Andrews (Documentary and News) Composer The Osa is a sustainable practices success story and like all great stories, one not without very real threats and challenges. This is the story of a place where individuals and groups are making a successful positive difference in caring and healing one of the beautiful biological tropical rain forests in the world. They are showing that man and nature can live in symbiosis, that sustainability can be commercially viable, and individuals, groups and businesses can come together to protect and heal the land.

  • HIgh Signs

    HIgh Signs (2015)
    Film (short) by Damien Patrik (Documentary and Comedy) Composer, Sound department Hard working street performers, slackers, or simply human puppets on a string? A docu-comedy about sign spinners.

  • Dada

    Dada (2015)
    Film (short) by Maria Luna (Drama) Sound department

  • Ride the Thunder

    Ride the Thunder (2015)
    Film by Fred Koster (History) Composer, Sound department A look at Vietnam from the perspectives of a U.S. Marine adviser, and a Vietnamese Marine who was left behind.

  • StalkerZ

    StalkerZ (2014)
    Film (short) by Damien Patrik (Mystery, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Composer, Sound department A gritty new soundtrack completes StalkerZ. A man is being stalked through downtown Denver-by himself.

  • Warring Hearts

    Warring Hearts (2014)
    Film (short) by Michael Riccio (Drama and Romance) Composer, Sound department The journey of a couple as their love and relationship starts taking new form. When Jack and Dani become people they no longer recognize, they find themselves at a crossroad. Do they fight for their relationship to get it back to what it once was? or, Do they walk away from it in order to find themselves again?

  • Directors on Directing

    Directors on Directing (2014)
    Film (short) by Damien Patrik (Comedy, Horror and Musical) Composer Pontificating film directors, dancing nuns, sweet little girls and puppy dogs. Who could ask for anything more? 3 successful film directors explain the REAL secrets to success.

  • Last Train Home

    Last Train Home (2014)
    Film (short) by Ryan Moser (Drama and Western) Sound department Eustace Leroy humbly waits for his final ride home.

  • The Divorce Party

    The Divorce Party (2014)
    Film by Edy Soto (Comedy and Romance) Sound department Conflicts arise when a young offbeat couple throw a party to celebrate their divorce.

  • Invisible Truth

    Invisible Truth (2013)
    Film (short) by Ben Fama Jr. (Drama) Composer Struggling with memories of a traumatic past of sexual abuse and neglect, Kara (Christa Brunori) must come to terms with the thoughts plaguing her mind. After settling for too many things in her life, Kara must face her distorted self-image and discover what is hidden behind an Invisible Truth. Written by Anonymous

  • Bet Raise Fold

    Bet Raise Fold (2013)
    Film by Ryan Firpo (Documentary, Crime, Drama and Sport) Sound department BET RAISE FOLD tracks the origins and evolution of the Internet poker industry during the 2000s and its impact on a new generation of poker professionals. It examines the conflict between the US government and online gambling that eventually led to 'Black Friday,' the government shutdown of online poker in the United States. The rise and fall of the billion dollar industry is woven with the lives of three major characters: Danielle, a young mother from Minnesota who used online poker to support her family; Tony, a polyamorous Las Vegas tournament pro who hosts the World Poker Tour on television; and Martin, a math genius and poker savant from Australia who used his poker winnings to travel the world. Written by Anonymous

  • 19 Heroes

    19 Heroes (2013)
    Film (short) by Alan Smithee (Documentary) Music department

  • The Fap Report

    The Fap Report (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Actor

  • Lucid

    Lucid (2012)
    Film (short) by James Lentzsch (Drama and Thriller) Composer A disenfranchised, disenchanted man signs up to be a paid guinea pig for a sleep study on lucid dreaming. He quickly becomes addicted to the control he has in his dreams. The only trouble is, He has to leave the sleep study at some point.

  • Potatoes

    Potatoes (2012)
    Film (short) by Travis David Suhr (Comedy, Drama and Family) Composer A story about a young girl and her unique way of dealing with heartache and grief.

  • Verklempt

    Verklempt (2012)
    Film (short) by Chase Winniford (Comedy) Composer, Sound department Three strangers converge on a beach just minutes before a cosmic renovation.

  • Portrait

    Portrait (2012)
    Film (short) by Beve Bourne (Romance) Composer Chiara, a painter and horsewoman, meets a French businessman, Geo, (who is visiting from L.A.) while painting plein air in the red rocks of Sedona. They picnic together and exchange phone numbers and plan to stay in touch but Geo leaves his phone behind. After wondering why he never got back in touch with her, Chiara is influenced by another painter, a portrait painter, and decides to paint a portrait of Geo on to the landscape she was working on when they first met. Sure enough, synchronicity and serendipity combine to bring them back together again. Written by Beverly

  • Little Big Man

    Little Big Man (2012)
    Film (short) by Ryan Moser (Drama) Sound department Two brothers find themselves stranded in the desert after a stroke of bad luck. Garrett must challenge himself and venture alone, deep into the desert, in search of help to save the life of his big brother, Owen. Little Big Man is the story of a young mentally challenged boy, that comes to learn that being younger doesn't necessarily mean little. Written by anonymous

  • Turning Point

    Turning Point (2011)
    Film by Ryan Moser (Comedy and Drama) Composer Three high school graduates go on a road trip with one goal in mind: to experience the pleasures of life. Ruled by the taste of freedom and raging hormones they will be forced to challenge their own personal barriers. Unknowingly the road will teach them more about life than they would have ever imagined. Written by Anonymous

  • Up/Down

    Up/Down (2011)
    Film by Kyle Gehring (Documentary) Composer There are approximately 5.7 million people in the United States with bipolar disorder. In an attempt to eliminate the mystery and misinformation surrounding the illness, many throughout the country diagnosed with this condition were interviewed extensively. They diligently explain the struggle to balance themselves between floating to a state of euphoria and sinking to a devastating depression. Written by Anonymous

  • Dead West

    Dead West (2011)
    Film (short) by Taylor Camarot (Action, Drama and Western) Composer Enter a world where undead roam and the living hide. Seth Buckshot, a gunslinger, has lost everything and must take a young couple on a journey to safety. The pilgrimage is a struggle to survive and they must learn to deal with the world, each other, and the difficult choices of survival. Written by Anonymous

  • I Want to Be Tom Savini

    I Want to Be Tom Savini (2011)
    Film (short) by Bianca Luedeker (Documentary, Comedy, Fantasy and Horror) Composer Bianca Luedeker, a twenty-seven year old child, must confront her fears and travel to the far off land of LA without her parents. There she meets her heroes and learns the secrets of exploding a head.

  • A Blue Uncertain Buzz

    A Blue Uncertain Buzz (2011)
    Film (short) by Maureen Eich Vanwalleghan (Drama and Family) Composer After being diagnosed with terminal ovarian cancer, Karen lies on her deathbed with her husband Hal and pregnant daughter Ashley by her side. As her last moments pass by, she reminisces upon a series of flashbacks concerning her family that are both happy and tragic. Inspired by the poem 'I heard a fly buzz' by Emily Dickinson, A Blue Uncertain Buzz is a touching exploration of what we truly value in life and learning to forget the rest. Written by Anonymous

  • Why Grey Matters

    Why Grey Matters (2010)
    Film (short) by Adam R. Cook (Documentary and Drama) Composer An exploration of how Neurofeedback enhances peoples lives.

  • Helpless

    Helpless (2010)
    Film (short) by Jake Kramer (Action, Mystery and Thriller) Composer When Bianca, a young telepath hears a call for help she can't ignore she is drawn into the dark world of a neophyte serial killer.

  • Overture

    Overture (2010)
    Film (short) by Jake Kramer (Drama) Composer Samantha, a young transgendered woman, goes to college to start her new life, but has her world turned upside down when her jealous roommate discovers the secret she is hiding.

  • Behind Closed Doors

    Behind Closed Doors (2009)
    Film (short) by Steve DeVol (Comedy) Composer A couple goes to a marriage counselor.

  • Luck

    Luck (2009)
    Film (short) by Emily Warren Composer

  • Speechless

    Speechless (2009)
    Film (short) by Tiffany Shaw (Drama) Composer Cora has let others make all her decisions for her, preferring to live in her own fairytale dream world. On a trip with her friend she finds Todd, a southern gentleman. Taken on a ride of her life, she cannot separate the reality from the fantasy and when she finds herself on the brink of marriage she is forced to make her first decision alone. Written by Tiffany Shaw

  • Lullabye

    Lullabye (2008)
    Film (short) by Travis David Suhr (Drama and Romance) Composer, Thanks An inspiring tale of true love, companionship, and relationships. Jack and Sarah, a young couple in love, face the challenges of Jack coming off his medication for schizophrenia. The obstacles they overcome prove true love knows no boundaries, even if the love of your life is imaginary. Written by Travis David Suhr

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