Hall of Fame
Greig Johnson is an independent filmmaker working out of Leeds, England, to write, design, direct, shoot and cut digital films and music videos. In 2001, his first film 'Owl Soup' was nominated for Best UK Short at Leeds International Film Festival. His 2004 film 'Hilarity' was shortlisted for the BBC Talent New Filmmaker Award and Best UK Short at both Leeds and Hull International Film Festivals, and subsequently screened for a month at the Kino Aero in Prague. In 2006, 'VOW' was produced in conjunction with Screen Yorkshire's Digital Shorts scheme and, most recently, Greig's adaptation of William Burroughs' 'MR BRADLEY MR MARTIN HEAR US THROUGH THE HOLE IN THIN AIR' was nominated for Best Yorkshire Short again at both Leeds and Hull 2010, as well as screening at Raindance, the Zebra Poetry Film Festival in Berlin, the Fantasia genre festival in Montreal and Odense International Film Festival in Denmark.