Terence Johnson is an award winning producer/director and an MFA graduate of Loyola Marymount University. Born in San Francisco and now living in Los Angeles, Terence chose what could only be considered as the proper path to learning to be a good filmmaker, by attending Georgia Tech to receive a Bachelor’s of Science in Civil Engineering. Given the strong analytical education and desire to see the devil in the details, Terence naturally gravitated to working within the frameworks of genre projects, particularly in horror-fantasy, to tell visually nuanced stories about humanity through allegory and thematic content featuring non-traditional protagonists. He recently produced Room 205, a parkour zombie short film, that won Best Live Action Short at the Atlanta Horror Film Festival, and has received thousands of Youtube views, and a FoF Sound Design nomination, on his LGBT werewolf short film The Pull of the Moon. He’s currently working on The Vampyr Resistance Corps, an interactive 6 episode web series and website that will debuts in May 2018.
The Vampyr Resistance Corps: An Interactive Series :: Room LL21AB
Terrance Johnson, Joe SeoSaturday April 7, 2018 :: 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm