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John DiThomas

John was born on May 29th 1978 to Mary and Lawrence DiThomas. He began filmmaking at an early age, making movies with his father's VHS camera. After High School, John began attending acting classes, he then began taking classes at Bunker Hill Community College. It was through his journalism class at Bunker Hill that he met a local radio deejay ... See full bio »

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 2012 Phil's Butts (Short) (co-producer)
 2011/I Source (Short) (producer)
 2009/I The Orchard (Short) (producer)
 2007 The Ruddy Turnstone (Short) (producer)
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 2012 Palindrome (Short) (colorist)

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On John's set, the so-called "Martini" shot, which is the final shot of the film is actually called the "Courvoisier" shot. This is a joke towards John's short stature. (Reason: Courvoisier is known to be the Cognac of the French Emperor Napoleon). See more »

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