Joshua Butler


Joshua Butler graduated Summa Cum Laude from USC Film School having written and directed the award-winning short Will Work for Food (1995). By 2003, he had directed 20 hours of television-three series for USA Network and SyFy Channel, and four feature-length films: Beer Money (2001) written by Rich Wilkes; Prancer Returns (2001) produced by Raffaella De Laurentiis, which won Best Family Movie at the Young Artist Awards and was featured on The CW Network in December of 2012; Saint Sinner (2002) written and produced by Clive Barker, which was nominated for an International Horror Guild Award; and Deathlands (2003) which was directed and executive produced by Joshua in association with his former production company Kinetic Pictures. Joshua was also an executive producer on ESPN's first original film A Season on the Brink (2002) and the MTV hit My Super Psycho Sweet 16 (2009), as well as its two sequels. In 2008, Joshua wrote and directed Vlog (2008), a feature film for Twisted Pictures, t

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