LCCC Graduate - Timothy Johnson

LCCC Graduate - Timothy Johnson

 

Timothy Johnson always wanted to make movies.

In the fall of 1989, fresh out of Elyria West High School, he started his journey at Lorain County Community College.  Johnson earned an associate of arts degree from LCCC and was accepted at New York University where he received his bachelor’s of fine arts.

This winter, he came home to our campus to screen “Take Shelter,” a highly acclaimed movie on which he served as 1st Assistant Director.

His work as a producer is now being recognized by the Cleveland International Film Festival.

Christ in Gethsemane, has been selected to screen at the 36th Cleveland International Film Festival in the Ohio Shorts Program #1 on Saturday, March 24th, 2012 at 9:45 pm.  Johnson is a producer on this film.

Please click on the Eye on Campus video link to hear from Timothy Johnson and how Lorain County Community College helped him on his way to his dreams.

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