Joseph G. Quinn
Cinema Verite, Noir & Mumblecore styles are the tip of the iceberg for this Highly Independent-Minded Director. Rebellious from a young age, inspired by the likes of William Blake, Jack Kerouac, & Friedrich Nietzsche, Quinn found it necessary to question authorities preordained system of rules. As a teen worked many odd-jobs such as roto-rooting, pool-cleaning, lawn-mowing, dog-walking, island cheffing, weed-growing, and fronting for a computer café run by the Armenian Mafia... before hitch-hiking and greyhounding through North America. In College studied a trichotomy of Physics, Philosophy, & Film; specifically: Billy Wilder, William Wyler, & Woody Allen writings. Read more... laissez-faire short-films only interested in the Journey. Recently, he broke his Feature-Length cherries on the non-budget feature-length documentaries Rites of Passage (2012) & Occupy Los Angeles (2012).