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Known For

High Ground Director
(2020)
Yolngu Boy Director
(2001)
Out There Director
(2003)
Dead Gorgeous Director
(2010)

Filmography

Hide Hide Show Show Director (7 credits)
 2020 High Ground
 2010 Dead Gorgeous (TV Series) (9 episodes)
- Smoke & Mirrors (2010)
- Grendel's Cold (2010)
- A Friend in Deed (2010)
- The Baharee (2010)
 2003 Out There (TV Series)
 2002 Legacy of the Silver Shadow (TV Series) (3 episodes)
- Ticket to Ride (2002)
- New Girl (2002)
- Round One (2002)
 2001 Yolngu Boy
 1999 Crash Zone (TV Series) (1 episode)
- The Outsider (1999)
 1998 The Genie from Down Under 2 (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Chase the Sun (1998)
Hide Hide Show Show Producer (3 credits)
 2020 High Ground (executive producer - as Stephen Maxwell Johnson) / (producer)
 2011 Kart Driver (Short) (executive producer - as Stephen A. Johnson)
 2001 Yolngu Boy (executive producer)
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 2001 Yolngu Boy (script editor)
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Directed documentary Indigenous Cultures in an Interconnected World, based on the 1997 Fulbright Symposium of the same name, in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia. See more »

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Alternate Names:

Stephen A. Johnson | Stephen Maxwell Johnson
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Personal Quote:

On his film 'Yolngu Boy') "In the Yolngu world, human, animal, earth, fire, water - they're not separate things, they're one thing. They're part of one life force, of one energy. That is their culture, that is what they believe in, that is what Yolngu people are a part of. And our story is about three boys who are from that world, who are a part of that world."

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