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Johnny Coffeen


Johnny Coffeen is a Student Academy Award-winning filmmaker and a David Lynch scholarship recipient. Prior to receiving a full-ride to the David Lynch Master's In Film Program in 2014, Coffeen made his directorial debut with "Happy Medium", which premiered at The Huntington in 2011 and subsequently traveled to the Portland Art Museum in 2012. The ... See full bio »
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Known For

The Circle Game
The Circle Game Director
(2017)
The Swan Girl
The Swan Girl Director
(2016)
Short Term 12
Short Term 12 Editorial Department
(2013)
The 89th Annual Academy Awards
The 89th Annual Academy Awards Himself - Trophy Presenter
(2017)

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 2017/II The Circle Game (Short)
 2016 The Swan Girl (Short)
 2016/I Row (Short)
 2014/II Hum (Short)
 2013 Anxiété (Short)
 2011 Happy Medium (Documentary short)
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6' (1.83 m)
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Johnny Coffeen was a trophy presenter at the infamous 2017 Oscars where the wrong Best Picture winner was announced.

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