John D. Moore
Film & Media Curriculum Vitae
Films as Director
Narrative feature film
"Terror Drives a Van" (shot 2007; completed 2018). Also co-writer (with Mark Andrus and Jon Fairbanks), actor, and editor.
- "Lenny and the Seel: Episode 1" (completed 2018; animated). Also co-writer (with WiL Whitlark), voice actor, and animator.
- "Scion Nights" (shot 2010; completed 2018). Also co-writer, camera, and editor.
"Rickroll: the Movie" (2008). Co-director with Enoch Allred. Also camera and editor.
"The Importance of Tolerance" (shot 2007; completed 2008). Also co-writer (with Enoch Allred, Mark Andrus, and Joseph Schlegel) and editor.
- "Red Rover" (2007). Also camera.
- "The Interconnection of Mr. Daily" (2007).
"The Frog Prince" (2007; animated). Also writer, voice actor, and animator.
- "The Mustache" (2006). Also writer and editor.
"The Great Sandwich Adventures (2005). Also editor.
- "Where Are My Keys?" (2005). Also co-writer, actor, and editor.
- "The Ecstasy of a Swashbuckler" (2004). Co-director with Enoch Allred. Also editor.
- "The Room" (2004). Co-director with Parick Svensson. Also co-writer, voice actor, and editor.
- "They Walk... AGAIN!" (2004). Also editor.
- "The Many Deaths of William" (2000; revised 2006). Also co-writer, camera, actor, and editor.
Other Narrative Film Credits
- University of Utah: Global Experience (2014). Director and editor. Five-part short documentary series about study abroad, produced for University of Utah's Marriott Library.
- "矢先稲荷神社平成２５例大祭・Yasaki Inari Jinja 2013 Festival" (2013). Director and editor. Collaboration with Ueda Tetsuya. Produced at Waseda University.
Unproduced Feature-Length Screenplay
- Brigham Young: The Movie. Written with Enoch Allred.
The Toscano Dialogues (2015). Producer, videographer, and editor for five-part video and audio podcast produced for Paul and Margaret Toscano.
Video Game Design
- University of Oregon. Eugene, Oregon. MA in East Asian Languages & Literatures.
- University of Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah. BA in Japanese Language and Literature; Asian Studies.
- Waseda University. Tokyo, Japan. One-year program at School of International Liberal Studies.
- 2019 to present. Johns Hopkins University Press. Baltimore, Maryland. Publicist.
- 2017 to present. Freelance proofreader for academic writing. Including role as regular proofreader for The U.S.-Japan Women’s Journal since Fall 2017.
- 2017 to 2019. Johns Hopkins University. Baltimore, Maryland. Library specialist.
- 2014 to 2017. University of Oregon. Eugene, Oregon. Graduate Teaching Fellow.
- 2013. Leaf Cup. Tokyo, Japan. Chat host, private English instructor, substitute group lesson teacher.
- 2006 to 2012. The Law Office of Paul Toscano, P.C. Salt Lake City, Utah. Legal assistant.