John David Ware
|Location||Burbank, CA, United States|
|Introduction||John David Ware is the Founder and Directorof the 168 Film Project, which has birthed over 600 short films in 10 short years. “168” has helped propel the lives and careers of hundreds of media professionals all over the world by teaching them to focus on God’s Word. John has written feature length screenplays including MISSION FIELD, based on a true story of a missionary in Cameroon, and UNCLE FRANK a comedic fantasy about a boy and his uncle's dog. He has written and directed a comedic parody of Hollywood stereotypes entitled “The Chronicles of Hernia: the Lion, the Ditch and the Studio” (chroniclesofhernia.com). Originally from Columbus Ohio, John went to "film school" at Miami University and graduated with honors. In 1998, he co-founded SLATE Entertainment Fellowship at Bel Air Presbyterian Church, which he led for 5 years. John is a conference speaker and consultant for the Production and Post-Production industries in Los Angeles.|
|Interests||Wakeboarding, Making Films, Dogs, Hillbilly Songs, Comedy, Parallel Parking|
|Favorite Movies||Apocalypse Now, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, The Shining|
|Favorite Music||Alt. Rock|
|Favorite Books||The Bible, Cat's Cradle-Kurt Vonnegut Jr.|
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