John Harden made his first film when he was in the 7th grade. It was an extra credit project. When they saw it, his teacher and classmates totally freaked out. In a good way, that is. John got an “A,” and was delighted to discover that making a movie was a way to get people’s attention and simultaneously hide in the back of the room where no-one would look at you. Perfect. After that initial success, he never really stopped making films.
John went on to study film history and production at Santa Rosa Junior College and Sonoma State University, and screenwriting at The College of Marin. His ﬁlms have won awards, played on PBS, and screened at places like the Mill Valley Film Festival, Film Arts Festival in San Francisco, Sonoma Valley Film Festival, and the Festival of Fantastic Films in Manchester, England.
He has written and directed numerous short films, and one feature, “Breakfast With The Colonel.” His latest project is the short, ‘La Vie d’un Chien’ [‘The Life of a Dog’]. He’s currently writing his fourth feature-length screenplay.
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