Jon Carnoy

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Jonathan Jerzy Carnoy is an American writer and director currently living and working in France. Growing up in Menlo Park, California, he started working seriously in film while attending Colorado College, where he made several short comedic films. Following graduation, he worked in Hollywood as a camera assistant and production assistant on music videos, films and commercials including a stint on Twin Peaks, as production driver. He then attended NYU Graduate Film Program where he wrote and directed the award-winning short Dinner with Malibu. He completed his graduate work at the FEMIS Film School in Paris, France where he wrote and directed more award-winning short films. Since then Jon Carnoy went on to direct feature films back in the USA, as well as successful TV series both in the USA and in France. Among his other talents are speaking French, playing the piano, and singing Journey songs.

Filmography[edit]

Features[edit]

Short films[edit]

  • 2003 : Ben Et Thomas starring Romain Vissol and Adrien Saint-Joré.
  • 2001 : The Barber (Le Barbier) starring Ticky Holgado and François Levantal.
  • 1999 : The New Unfortunate Adventures Of Alfred The Toad (Les Nouvelles mésaventures d'Alfred le crapaud), a series of 5 shorts.
  • 1997 : Lucas starring Julián Gutiérrez.
  • 1996 : The Unfortunate Adventures Of Alfred The Toad (Les Mésaventures d'Alfred le crapaud), a series of 5 shorts.
  • 1994 : Poisoned Ink starring Jon Carnoy.
  • 1993 : The Meal (Le Repas).
  • 1992 : Dinner With Malibu starring Brad Merenstein.

Television[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ New York Times Mob Queen page

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