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|Born||September 14, 1972|
|Occupation||film director, producer, screenwriter, cinematographer & musician|
Don Argott (born September 14, 1972) is an American documentary filmmaker and musician originally from Pequannock Township, New Jersey, and currently residing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Argott has directed several documentary films and has also worked as a producer and cinematographer. He co-owns the production company 9.14 Pictures with producer Sheena M. Joyce.
Argott has worked with film score in a rock band format, releasing original music under the name Pornosonic. Pornosonic's work has been featured in numerous films, including Old School. Argott currently plays guitar in the proto-metal band Serpent Throne along with 9.14 Pictures editor Demian Fenton.
- Rock School (2005)
- Two Days in April (2007)
- The Art of the Steal (2009)
- Last Days Here (2011) (co-directed with Demian Fenton)
- The Atomic States of America (2012) (co-directed with Sheena M. Joyce)
- Lamb of God - As The Palaces Burn Documentary (2014)
- Biese, Alex. "NJ talent on display at Tribeca Film Festival", Asbury Park Press, April 12, 2015. Accessed September 17, 2015. Picture caption available via scrolling through images: "Don Argott of Pequannock, co-director of Slow Learners."
- Don Argott at IMBD
- Ink 19 article
- Old School listing at Yahoo.com
- USC School of Cinematic Arts 2010 article
- Don Argott at the Internet Movie Database
- Serpent Throne at MySpace
- 9.14 Pictures official website
- Pornosonic at MySpace