John’s short film “Two Stoners” has won 12 awards, including “Best Indie Super Short Film” at the 8 & Halfilm Awards, a festival in honor of Fellini’s masterpiece “8 1/2.”
You can see the film here:

John’s latest short film, “1958” has won four awards, including “Gold Award for Best Super Short Film” at the Florence Film Festival. You can see the film here:

American Golden Pictures did an interview with John here:

Click on the links below to see some of John’s other short films.

This work evolved out of a class at Stanford on how to make movies on the iPhone. The moderator posts a new topic every week. The titles below mirror back pre-assigned weekly topics.

52a, The broken mirror

52, End with a bang….

51, Family…x

50, Tradition

49, Simple

48, A remake….

47, Sound on!

46, A story….

45, Whatever you like….

44, Where my feet go

42, Silent (version 2)

41b, Lost and found….

41a, Animals are fun….

39, My spaces….

36, Day in a life….

35a, Tough times

33a, I’ve lost my shoes….

33, Back and forth

31, Up close

31a, I forgot to close the door…

26, Work

24, Up

15, Morning routine

14, On the table

8, Reveal

7, Hit the road

3, Show your process of making something….

You can also see short films on John’s YouTube page here.

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Tom Ammon and Stewart Lyle in “A Package for Max” at the Pear Avenue Theater in Mountain View

Leighanna Edwards and Nadine Chiarito in John Angell Grant’s play “Recess” at the Labor Day Theatre Festival in Belmont, CA

Jan Zvaifler and T. Mikel in John Angell Grant’s “Breakfast” at the Bare Stage in Berkeley

Rhonda Joy Taylor and Dorothea Standish in John Angell Grant’s play “Skunk” at Onstage Theater, Martinez, CA.