Richard Johnson (director)

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Richard Johnson
Born Richard Jamal Johnson
(1974-04-11) April 11, 1974 (age 43)
U.S.
Occupation Director
Years active 2005–present

Richard Johnson (born April 11, 1974) is an American film director who founded Joystick Films in 2005. Johnson wrote and directed the independent drama film TORN in 2008 and the independent action film Razorblade City in 2009. Johnson along with producer Corey Williams won the TOMI Film Festival 2010 Filmmaker spotlight award in Dallas, Texas for the comedy Can't Complain which he directed in 2009. In 2010, Johnson directed the independent feature film King of Baltimore and the short independent films The Charl(Y)ie Factor and Gathering Souls.

Filmography[edit]

  • TORN (2009): writer / director
  • Can't Complain (2009): director
  • Razorblade City (2010): writer / director
  • King of Baltimore (2010): director
  • The Charl(Y)i.e. Factor (2010): writer / director
  • Gathering Souls (2010): director

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