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Film Directors

There are one hundred and fifty-one Film Directors called John.

  • John Woo

    John Woo is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Woo)

  • John Grierson

    John Grierson (26 April 1898 – 19 February 1972) is often considered the father of British and Canadian documentary film.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Grierson)

  • John Sayles

    John Sayles is a Film Director... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sayles)

  • John Frankenheimer

    John Frankenheimer is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Frankenheimer)

  • John Huston

    John Huston is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Huston)

  • John Carpenter

    John Carpenter is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Carpenter)

  • John G. Avildsen

    John G. Avildsen is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John G. Avildsen)

  • John Singleton

    John Singleton is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Singleton)

  • John Gielgud

    John Gielgud is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gielgud)

  • John Schlesinger

    John Schlesinger is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Schlesinger)

  • John Ford

    John Ford is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Ford)

  • John Milius

    John Milius is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Milius)

  • John Madden (director)

    John Madden (director) is a Film Director... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Madden (director))

  • John Stagliano

    John Stagliano is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John Stagliano)

  • John Hanson (director)

    John Hanson is an American cinematographer and movie director. His film Northern Lights won the Caméra d'Or award at the Cannes Film Festival of 1979.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hanson (director))

  • John Boorman

    John Boorman is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Boorman)

  • John McTiernan

    John McTiernan is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John McTiernan)

  • John Waters (filmmaker)

    John Waters (filmmaker) is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Waters (filmmaker))

  • John Landis

    John Landis is a Film Director... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Landis)

  • John Badham

    John Badham is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John Badham)

  • John Glen

    John Glen is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Glen)

  • John Pasquin

    John Pasquin (born November 30, 1944John Pasquin - Yahoo! TV) is a director of film, television, and theatre.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Pasquin)

  • John O'Shea (director)

    John Dempsey O'Shea (20 June 1920 - 8 July 2001) was a New Zealand independent filmmaker; he was a director, producer, writer and actor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John O'Shea (director))

  • John Paizs

    John Paizs (born in 1957) is a director, writer and actor from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. In 1985 his much-celebrated independent comedy Crime Wave was presented at the Toronto International Film Festival.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Paizs)

  • John Lasseter

    John Lasseter is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lasseter)

  • John McNaughton

    John McNaughton is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John McNaughton)

  • John Anderson (actor)

    John Anderson (actor) is a Film Director... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Anderson (actor))

  • John Polson

    John Polson is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John Polson)

  • John Greyson

    John Greyson (born March 1960) is a Canadian filmmaker, whose work frequently deals with gay themes. Greyson is also a video artist, writer and activist; he is currently a professor at York University, where he teaches film and video theory and film production and editing.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Greyson)

  • John Derek

    John Derek is a Film Director... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Derek)

  • John Tiffin Patterson

    John Tiffin Patterson (April 4, 1940 – February 7, 2005) was a television and film director. He is notable as the director of thirteen episodes of The Sopranos, including the first five season finales.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Tiffin Patterson)

  • John August

    John August (born August 4, 1970) is an American screenwriter and film director, best known for his frequent screenwriting collaborations with Tim Burton.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John August)

  • John Sturges

    John Sturges is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Sturges)

  • John S. Waters

    John S. Waters (1893-1965), also credited as "John Waters" and "Johnnie Waters," was a director of Hollywood movies from 1918 to 1958.... ( from the wikipedia article on John S. Waters)

  • John Abraham (director)

    John Abraham (director) is a Film Director... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Abraham (director))

  • John Ridley

    John Ridley (born 1965)Birth year provided by Ridley himself on the January 19, 2009 broadcast of MSNBC's Morning Joe. is an American film director, actor, and writer.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Ridley)

  • John Smith (filmmaker)

    John Smith (b. 1952, Walthamstow, England) is an award winning avant garde filmmaker noted for his use of humour in exploring various themes that often play upon the film spectator's conditioned assumptions of the medium.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Smith (filmmaker))

  • John Gilling

    John Gilling (29 May 1912 – 22 November 1984) was an English film director and screenwriter, born in London. He was chiefly known for his horror films, especially for Hammer Films, for whom he directed Shadow of the Cat (1961), The Plague of the Zombies (1966), The Reptile (1966) and The Mummy's Shroud, among others.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gilling)

  • John Hamilton (actor)

    John Hamilton (January 16, 1887 – October 15, 1958) was an American actor, who appeared in many movies and television programs. He is probably best remembered for his role as the blustery newspaper editor Perry White on the 1950s television program Adventures of Superman.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hamilton (actor))

  • John Nathan

    John Nathan (born 1940) is the translator of Japanese works written by celebrated authors such as Yukio Mishima and Kenzaburo Oe. Nathan is also an Emmy-award winning producer, writer and director of many films about Japanese culture and society and American business.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Nathan)

  • John M. Stahl

    John Malcolm Stahl (January 21, 1886 – January 12, 1950) was an American film director and producer.... ( from the wikipedia article on John M. Stahl)

  • John Cromwell (director)

    John Cromwell (director) is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John Cromwell (director))

  • John Samuels

    John Samuels (born March 25, 1961, in Galveston, Texas) is an American film actor, director, and screenwriter. He works under the stage name John Stockwell.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Samuels)

  • John Broderick (producer)

    John Broderick (b. October 22, 1942 in San Francisco, California, d.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Broderick (producer))

  • John Stainton

    John Stainton is a motion picture film artist (director and producer). He was close friends with Australian naturalist Steve Irwin prior to his death in September 2006.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stainton)

  • John Farrow

    John Farrow is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Farrow)

  • John Duigan

    John Duigan, (born 19 June 1949 in Hampshire, England, UK) is an Australian film director.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Duigan)

  • John Dahl

    John Dahl (born 1956) is an American film director and screenwriter, best known for his work in the neo-noir genre.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dahl)

  • John Mallory Asher

    John Mallory Asher is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John Mallory Asher)

  • John Zaritsky

    John Zaritsky (born 1943)According to the British Film Institute, his birth year was either 1943 or 1944 (BFI) is a Canadian documentarian film maker. He was the recipient of an Academy Award in 1982 for his documentary Just Another Missing Kid.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Zaritsky)

  • John Roecker

    John Roecker is an independent film director, he resides in California.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Roecker)

  • John Guillermin

    John Guillermin (born on 11 November 1925 to French parents) is a British film director, writer, and producer who was most active in big budget, action adventure movies throughout his lengthy career. He was born in London and attended Cambridge University.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Guillermin)

  • John Gulager

    John Gulager is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gulager)

  • John David Coles

    For other David Coles see David Coles (disambiguation)... ( from the wikipedia article on John David Coles)

  • Stewart St. John

    Stewart St. John is an American filmmaker, writer, composer, director, producer of television, feature, online and mobile entertainment.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Stewart St. John)

  • John Veltri

    John Veltri is a photographer who was born in 1938 in New Jersey. He studied filmmaking and theatre at the Pasadena Playhouse of the Performing Arts, Los Angeles City College, Warner Bros.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Veltri)

  • John Hough (director)

    John Hough (director) is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hough (director))

  • John Brahm

    John Brahm (August 17, 1893 - October 13, 1982) was a film and television director possibly best known today for directing a dozen of the original Twilight Zone episodes including the now classic "Time Enough at Last". His films include The Undying Monster (1942), The Lodger (1944), Hangover Square (1945), the film noir The Locket (1946) with Laraine Day, Robert Mitchum, and Brian Aherne, and the Secret Sharer segment of Face to Face.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Brahm)

  • John Furse (director)

    John Furse is a film and television director/writer/producer, son of Patrick and Elisabeth Furse (see Furse (surname) for family connections).... ( from the wikipedia article on John Furse (director))

  • John Mackenzie (director)

    John Mackenzie (director) is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Mackenzie (director))

  • John A. Russo

    John A. Russo (born 1939), sometimes credited as Jack Russo or John Russo, is an American screenwriter and film director most commonly associated with the 1968 horror classic Night of the Living Dead.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John A. Russo)

  • John Rich (director)

    John Rich is a film and television director. He directed such television shows as Mister Ed, The Dick Van Dyke Show, All in the Family, The Jeffersons, Maude, Good Times, Barney Miller, Newhart, Benson, The Brady Bunch, and Gilligan's Island.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Rich (director))

  • John Newland

    John Newland is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John Newland)

  • John Gale (director)

    John Gale, born Jun Gallardo, was a Filipino B-movie director, who started his career with martial arts movies in the 70's and continued to Z-movie actioners in the 80's, often produced by K.Y.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Gale (director))

  • John Martin (Canadian broadcaster)

    John Martin (1947 – February 24, 2006) was a Canadian broadcaster, credited with "almost single-handedly" creating music television in Canada.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Martin (Canadian broadcaster))

  • John Moore (director)

    John Moore (born 1970) is an Irish director, producer, and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Moore (director))

  • John E. Hudgens

    John E. Hudgens (born April 6, 1967 in Memphis, Tennessee) is an independent director, producer, and editor noted for his short Star Wars fan films and for many Babylon 5 promotional videos.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John E. Hudgens)

  • John Henderson (director)

    John Henderson is a British film and television director ( b. England 1949 )... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Henderson (director))

  • John Palmer (director)

    John Palmer (born 1943 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a Canadian theatre and film director and playwright.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Palmer (director))

  • John O'Brien (filmmaker)

    John O'Brien (born 1962, Tunbridge, Vermont, USA) is an American film director, sheep farmer, Justice of the Peace and former campaign manager.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John O'Brien (filmmaker))

  • John Lafia

    John Lafia (born 1957) is an American film and television writer, director, and producer. He attended UCLA, where he received his Bachelors in Film.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lafia)

  • John Gray (director)

    John Gray (born in Brooklyn, New York) is an American writer, director, producer, who is currently the creator and one of the executive producers of the CBS television series Ghost Whisperer starring Jennifer Love Hewitt. He has also written and directed many high profile movies for television, such as the remake of the 1976 telefilm Helter Skelter, Martin and Lewis, The Hunley, The Day Lincoln Was Shot, several Hallmark Hall of Fame movies, among others.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Gray (director))

  • John Irvin

    John Irvin is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Irvin)

  • John Maringouin

    John Maringouin (born September 2, 1973, New Orleans) is an American film director.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Maringouin)

  • John Musker

    John Musker (born November 8, 1953) is an American animation director. Along with Ron Clements, he is one half of America's leading contemporary animation team.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Musker)

  • John Hardwick

    John Hardwick is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John Hardwick)

  • John Maybury

    John Maybury (born 25 March 1958) is an award-winning British filmmaker. In 2005 he was listed as one of the 100 most influential gay and lesbian people in Britain.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Maybury)

  • John Walton (director)

    John Walton (born January 29, 1970) is a Hungarian adult photographer and film director. Variations of his name include Djolth, Jolt, Jolth, Zolt, and Zsolt Walton.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Walton (director))

  • John Fawcett (director)

    John Fawcett (March 5, 1968) is a Canadian director of film and television. His best known film is the werewolf movie Ginger Snaps (2000).... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Fawcett (director))

  • John Paddy Carstairs

    John Paddy Carstairs (b. John Keys, 11 May 1910, London - d.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Paddy Carstairs)

  • Philip John

    Philip John (born in Newport, Wales) is a Screenwriter and Director.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Philip John)

  • John F. Ince

    John F. Ince is an author, business journalist, documentary filmmaker, social entrepreneur, podcaster and nonprofit administrator.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John F. Ince)

  • John S. Robertson

    John Stuart Robertson (14 June 1878 in London, Ontario – 5 November 1964 in California) was a Canadian film director perhaps best known for his 1920 screen adaptation of Dr. Jekyll and Mr.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John S. Robertson)

  • John Dexter

    John Dexter (2 August 1925 - 23 March 1990) was an English award-winning theatre, opera, and film director.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Dexter)

  • John Golden

    John Golden is an American director best known for his contributions in the controversial film Ziesters (aka Fat Guy Goes Nutzoid) starring Peter Linari as The Mouka. John has also created another film alongside his brother Roger Golden titled Samantha.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Golden)

  • John Juliani

    John Juliani (1940, Montreal – August 2003, Vancouver) was a Canadian actor, writer, producer, director and educator. His career spanned four decades in a number of different media, including radio and film.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Juliani)

  • John G. Adolfi

    John G. Adolfi is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John G. Adolfi)

  • John Lee (PFFR)

    John Lee (born ca. 1972) is an American television writer, producer, director, voice actor, and musician.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lee (PFFR))

  • John Beck Hofmann

    John Beck Hofmann (born 1969) is a writer and director. He also serves as a director of photography for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, USA, where his work has recently been featured the IMAX feature "Roving Mars", James Cameron's "Aliens of the Deep" and NOVA's "Mars: Dead or Alive" & "Welcome to Mars.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Beck Hofmann)

  • John Jesnor Lindsay

    John Jesnor Lindsay (born 1939) was a Scottish photographer who turned to the more lucrative trade of making blue movies (i.e.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Jesnor Lindsay)

  • John Randolph Bray

    John Randolph Bray (25 August 1879, Detroit - 10 October 1978, Bridgeport, Connecticut) produced the first animation film in color The Debut of Thomas Cat (1920) in Brewster Color, developed by Percy D. Brewster of Newark, New Jersey.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Randolph Bray)

  • John English (director)

    John English (director) is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John English (director))

  • John S. Boskovich

    John S. Boskovich (December 8, 1956 – September 24, 2006) was an artist, writer, filmmaker, and teacher.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John S. Boskovich)

  • John Paskievich

    John Paskievich is a Ukrainian-Canadian documentary filmmaker and photographer from Winnipeg, Manitoba.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Paskievich)

  • John Feeney

    John Feeney (August 10, 1922 - December 6, 2006) was a New Zealand-born director of documentary films. He worked with the New Zealand National Film Unit, National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and made films and did photography in Egypt.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Feeney)

  • John Hillcoat

    John Hillcoat (born 1961) is an Australian screenwriter and film director.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hillcoat)

  • John Jopson

    John Jopson is a Film Director... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Jopson)

  • John Pozer

    John Pozer is an award-winning filmmaker whose credits include directing, writing, producing and editing. He has had two independent features selected to the Cannes International Film Festival and directed a slate of episodic television, both live action and animation.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Pozer)

  • John L'Ecuyer

    John L'Ecuyer (born November 15, 1966, in Montreal) is a Canadian film and television director. He is the younger brother of Gerald L'Ecuyer, a noted Canadian film and television director.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John L'Ecuyer)

  • John Carney (director)

    John Carney (born 1972 in Dublin) is an Irish film and TV writer/director who specialises in low-budget indie films. He is best known for his award-winning 2007 movie Once.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Carney (director))

  • John Bailey (cinematographer)

    John Bailey (cinematographer) is a Film Director... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Bailey (cinematographer))

  • John Crowley (director)

    John Crowley (born 1969) is an Irish award-winning television director, theatre and film director.http://www.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Crowley (director))

  • John Luther Schofill, Jr.

    John Luther Schofill, Jr. (1941-), American film maker, professor of film, and lover of classical music.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Luther Schofill, Jr.)

  • John Harlacher

    John Harlacher is an actor, stage director, and dramatic filmmaker based in New York.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Harlacher)

  • John Huckert

    John Huckert (born June 26, 1954) is an American filmmaker.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Huckert)

  • John Gavin (director)

    John F. Gavin, born as John Francis Henry Gavin (1875 - 6 January 1938) was an Australian film director, who was one of the early film makers of the 1910s.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Gavin (director))

  • John Deery

    John Deery is an award-winning film and television drama director. Like many other directors, he started out as an actor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Deery)

  • John Carl Buechler

    John Carl Buechler (pronounced "Beekler"), born in Belleville, Illinois, USA is an American director, actor, and special effects and makeup artist. He is probably most well known for directing Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Carl Buechler)

  • John Mantley

    John Truman Mantley (Toronto, Canada, April 25, 1920, died Sherman Oaks, California, January 14, 2003) was a Canadian theatrical actor, writer, director, screenwriter and producer of the long-running television series, Gunsmoke, and was Mary Pickford's cousin.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Mantley)

  • John T. Bone

    John Gilbert Bowen (born February 11, 1947) is a British-born and American pornographic movie director who uses the name John T. Bone.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John T. Bone)

  • Benjamin John Parrillo

    Benjamin John Parrillo (born November 18, 1969 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American film and television actor, writer and director. As of 2007 he has written the scripts to two short films - Jolly Good Fellow from 2006 and A Moron, a Loser, and a Coffee Shop in 2007.... ( from the wikipedia article on Benjamin John Parrillo)

  • John Fortenberry

    John Fortenberry is a film and television director. Born in Jackson, Mississippi, he graduated from the University of Mississippi in Film/Television.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Fortenberry)

  • John M. Sjogren

    John Mark Sjogren (born 4 April 1966) is an American film director.... ( from the wikipedia article on John M. Sjogren)

  • John Emerson (filmmaker)

    John Emerson (filmmaker) is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Emerson (filmmaker))

  • John Weldon (animator)

    John Weldon (May 11, 1945, Belleville, Ontario), is a Canadian actor, composer, animator and movie director, known for his National Film Board of Canada animated shorts. He lives in Montreal.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Weldon (animator))

  • John Hay (UK film director)

    John Hay (1964-) is an English film director who was born in Kolkata in India where his mother, Elizabeth Partridge, worked as a foreign correspondent for the News Chronicle. He returned to England and was raised in Sussex where he started making films at the age of twelve.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Hay (UK film director))

  • John Erman

    John Erman (born August 3, 1935) is an American television and film director and producer.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Erman)

  • John Seeman

    John Seeman is a former pornographic actor and director.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Seeman)

  • John B. O'Brien

    John B. O'Brien (13 December 1884 – 15 August 1936) was an American actor and director of the silent era.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John B. O'Brien)

  • John Moyer (comedian, screenwriter)

    John Moyer (comedian, screenwriter) is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John Moyer (comedian, screenwriter))

  • John Borowski

    John Borowski is an American filmmaker whose recent films have focused on serial killers H.H.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Borowski)

  • John Akomfrah

    John Akomfrah OBE (born 1957) is an English film director and screenwriter. He has directed 14 films since 1986.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Akomfrah)

  • John Wildman (actor)

    John Wildman (born November 7, 1960) is a Canadian television and film actor.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Wildman (actor))

  • John Sacret Young

    John Sacret Young is an author, producer, director, and screenwriter primarily in television. Young has been nominated for seven Emmys and seven Writers Guild of America Awards, winning two WGA Awards.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Sacret Young)

  • John Francis Dillon (director)

    John Francis Dillon (director) is a Film Director... ( from the wikipedia article on John Francis Dillon (director))

  • John Cork

    John Cork is an author, screenwriter, and documentary film director and producer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Cork)

  • John Korty

    John Korty is a Film Director... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Korty)

  • John Scagliotti

    John Scagliotti is an American film director and radio broadcaster. He has won awards for his documentaries about LGBT issues including Before Stonewall and After Stonewall.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Scagliotti)

  • John Cherry Monks, Jr.

    John Cherry Monks Jr (born Pleasantville, New York 24 February 1910 died Pacific Palisades, California, 10 December 2004) was an author, actor, playwright, screenwriter, director, and a U.S.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cherry Monks, Jr.)

  • John Flynn (director)

    John Flynn (March 14, 1932 – April 4, 2007) was an American film director and screenwriter known for making efficient, no-nonsense crime-thrillers The Outfit and Rolling Thunder.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Flynn (director))

  • John Taylor (documentary filmmaker)

    John Elston Taylor (1914–1992) was a British documentary filmmaker.John Taylor (XII)... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Taylor (documentary filmmaker))

  • John Stewart Muller

    John Stewart Muller is an American motion picture and television commercial director.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Stewart Muller)

  • John G. Blystone

    John G. Blystone is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John G. Blystone)

  • John James Fox

    John James Fox (born 1980 in Liverpool) is an English director of music videos.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John James Fox)

  • John D. Hancock

    John D. Hancock (born 12 February 1939, Kansas City, Missouri) he is an American stage and film director, producer and writer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John D. Hancock)

  • John Griffith Wray

    John Griffith Wray (ca. 1896 – 12 July 1929), was an American film director.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Griffith Wray)

  • John Monk Saunders

    John Monk Saunders was an American novelist, screenwriter and movie director, born in Hinckley, Minnesota on 22 November 1897. He served in the Air Service during World War I as a flight instructor in Florida, but was never able to secure a posting to France, a disappointment that frustrated him for the remainder of his life.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Monk Saunders)

  • John Baxter (director)

    John Philip Baxter (31 Dec 1896-1975) was a somewhat prolific British film-maker active from the 1930s to the late 1950s. During that time he produced, wrote, or directed dozens of films.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Baxter (director))

  • John Rawlins (director)

    John Rawlins (director) is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Rawlins (director))

  • Christopher St. John

    Christopher St. John (sometimes credited at Chris St.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Christopher St. John)

  • John Berry (film director)

    John Berry (September 6, 1917 – November 29, 1999) was an American film director, who went into self-exile in France when his career was interrupted by the Hollywood blacklist.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Berry (film director))

  • John Hulme (author)

    John Hulme (born circa 1970) is one of the two co-authors of The Seems book series. with Michael Wexler.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Hulme (author))

  • John Cook (filmmaker)

    John Cook (1935 - 21 September 2001) was an Austrian filmmaker. Born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Cinema Scope: The Modest Pilgrim by Olaf Moller, Cook lived and worked most of his life in Europe and often referred to himself as "Viennese by choice" Foreign Correspondence by Christoph Huber, having moved to Austria in the late 1960s after a career in commercial photography in ParisForeign Correspondence by Christoph Huber.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Cook (filmmaker))

  • Devon John Landau

    Devon John Landau (1960-2007) was a Canadian-born Australian who had a diverse career in producing, writing and directing short films, as an accomplished artist and sculptor and working in the financial services industry as a client manager and project manager.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Devon John Landau)

  • John Hamburg

    John Hamburg (born May 26, 1970) is an American screenwriter and film director.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Hamburg)

  • John Curran (director)

    John Curran (born September 11, 1960)John Curran at Answers.com is an American film director and screenwriter.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Curran (director))

  • John Alden Milne

    John Alden Milne is a Canadian film director, producer and editor.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Alden Milne)

  • John Cameron Mitchell

    John Cameron Mitchell is a Film Director... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Cameron Mitchell)

  • John Lee Hancock

    John Lee Hancock is an American film director. He directed the films Hard Time Romance, The Rookie, The Alamo and The Blind Side.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Lee Hancock)

  • John Polonia

    John Polonia, (born 30 September 1968 in Wellsboro, Pennsylvania - died on 25 February 2008A Tribute to John Polonia) was one half of the prolific and influential low-budget film-making duo the Polonia brothersJohn Polonia: In Memory, along with his twin brother Mark.Kid Schlocko: JOHN POLONIA 1968-2008... (abstract from the wikipedia article on John Polonia)

  • John Wayne Stevenson

    John Wayne Stevenson is a British Storyboard Artist, Animator and Director who directed Kung Fu Panda with Mark Osborne and some of the episodes of Father of the Pride. He worked on storyboards in Madagascar, Shrek 2, Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas and Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on John Wayne Stevenson)

John

Gender: more often male

Meaning: God is gracious, Merciful, Jehovah has been gracious, Has shown favor, The grace of the Lord and The mercy of the Lord

Origin: Hebrew and Biblical

Lucky Number: Nine

Popularity: Position 1 in 1923, currently decreasing

Famous people

Two thousand seventy-five Writers

Six hundred and sixteen Judges

Six hundred and thirteen Bishops

Five hundred and ninety-three Actors

Five hundred and thirty Journalists

Four hundred and forty-two Soccer Players

Four hundred and twenty-seven Cricket Players

Three hundred and forty-two Presidents

Three hundred and one Poets

Two hundred and ninety-eight Philosophers

Two hundred and eighty-four Criminals

Two hundred and seventy-seven Physicians

Two hundred and sixty Painters

Two hundred and thirty-nine Diplomats

Two hundred and twenty-six Generals

Two hundred and fifteen Naturalists

One hundred and ninety-one Physicists

One hundred and eighty Architects

One hundred and seventy-two Mathematicians

One hundred and fifty-eight Saints

One hundred and fifty-one Film Directors

One hundred and fifty Hockey Players

One hundred and thirty-four Olympic Medalists

One hundred and twenty-seven Inventors

One hundred and fifteen Explorers

One hundred and fourteen Ambassadors

One hundred and twelve Classical Composers

One hundred and eleven Chemists

One hundred and eleven Baseball Players

One hundred and ten Basketball Players

Eighty-nine Playwrights

Eighty-four Avaitors

Eighty-four Photographers

Seventy-seven Comedians

Seventy-six Sculptors

Seventy-two Economists

Sixty-six Astronomers

Fifty-six Spies

Fifty-two Trade Unionists

Fifty Kings

Forty-seven Golfers

Forty-seven Conductors

Forty-five Racing Car Drivers

Forty-one Emperors

Forty-one Boxers

Thirty-two Prophets

Thirty Prime Ministers

Twenty-nine Tennis Players

Twenty-two Nobel Prize Winners

Nineteen Librarians

Nineteen Chess Players

Eighteen Popes

Seventeen Climbers

Fifteen Dancers

Fifteen Skiers

Fourteen Phychiatrists

Thirteen Cinematographers

Thirteen Slaves

Eleven Cyclists

Eleven Models

Ten Pirates

Ten Figure Skaters

Ten Magicians

Nine DJs

Nine Sex Workers

Eight Gymnasts

Eight Swimmers

Seven Motorbike Racers

Seven Egyptologists

Seven World Record Holders

Six Bodybuilders

Four Weightlifters

Three Snooker Players

Three Surfers

Three Drag Queens

Two Queens

Two Fields Medalists

Two Criminologists

One Rabbi

One Puppeteer

One Nurse

One Clown