This week we had the amazing opportunity to talk to Joshua Butler, the director of Shadowhunters' "Salt In The Wound". He previously directed the midseason finale for season 2, giving us one of the most iconic Malec moments to date.
On this episode we talk with Director Joshua Butler. We look into the tv world from a differnt standpoint from behind the camera with Joshua. We also talk food on sets, directing vs producing, and some of his favorite things he has done.
Our first Dream Job Diary subject has a job that most of us would actually only dream of; meet Hollywood director Joshua Butler. If you haven’t heard Joshua Butler’s name, it’s because his talent stays behind the camera, not in front of it.
We recently chatted with Joshua Butler, the director of this week's episode of The Magicians. Check out our exclusive interview below! The process of making episodic television is an interesting one, and one that Director Joshua Butler is very familiar with.
He has showcased his talent as a director for more than 45 hours of episodic television, including episodes of hit shows such as The Vampire Diaries, Pretty Little Liars, Ravenswood, Twisted, State of Affairs, The Following, and Crisis, just to name a few. He also directed an episode of the feature-film turned television series Limitless, produced by Bradley Cooper.
Joshua Butler is an award-winning director, writer, and editor. His directing credits include The Vampire Diaries, Pretty Little Liars, Ravenswood, Twisted, State of Affairs, The Following, Limitless and Crisis. He is currently directing new episodes of Freeform's Shadowhunters and SyFy's The Magicians. He also co-produced and directed an LGBT short, House Not Home.
So much work goes on behind-the-scenes of our favorite shows and movies. Without the immense talent that works together to create great stories we see on television and film, we wouldn't have such a rich entertainment industry. One such talent is director Joshua Butler. Ever since he graduated from USC Film School, Joshua has been busy.
Being a fan of anything and everything television-related, we here at TVOvermind give thanks for all the hard working people who take the time and creative energy to put together some of our favorite hours. This includes the directors who guide the vision of individual episodes and works.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Award-winning Director and Writer Joshua Butler. Award-winning director and writer. · Is a Television Academy Member · His directing credits include Pretty Little Liars, Ravenswood, Twisted, State of Affairs, The Following,and Crisis. · Best known for directing 11 episodes of The Vampire Diaries which has built him a loyal fanbase.
CELEBRITY NEWS, June 20, 2016: Joshua Butler, the director behind MENEW's "Baby You're Like A Drug" music video, dropped by our H&M studios in NYC to talk about the project, which stars Joshua Jackson.
We sat down with Joshua Butler and Skyler Edge to speak about their new short film House Not Home. Butler was honored by one of his favorite organizations, Scenarios USA, with their "Real Deal Award" at the Scenarios 2016 Awards & Gala on June 7th.
On any given day, Joshua Butler can be found behind the camera filming vampires, superhumans, and, most recently, young magicians. Yet, no matter how mythological his subject, Butler's goal is always the same-- to find the emotion behind the myth. It's not surprising, then, that deep emotion drove Butler into directing.
Joshua Butler knows the power of flexibility and reliability in the entertainment business. The award-winning director, writer and editor has enjoyed a busy, behind-the-camera career in film and television. He recently joined me for my podcast Whine At 9 to discuss his journey and insights into the industry, as well as his directorial work in [...]
British Columbia's film industry provides jobs and money, but there's another thing coming north from Hollywood; talent. American film and television director, editor, producer and screenwriter, Joshua Butler, is part of that talent pool and a frequent visitor to Vancouver. Known for directing multiple episodes on shows like The Vampire Diaries (CW) and The Following ...
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Over the course of his career, award-winning director, writer, and editor Joshua Butler has built a reputation for himself due to his creative vision behind the camera. He has showcased his talent as a director for episodes of a multitude of hit shows, such as The Vampire Diaries, Pretty Light Liars, Ravenswood, Twisted, State of Affairs, The Following and Crisis.
There's nothing wrong with a little whine, especially if it leads to laughter, solutions and strategy. Join your best friend with credentials-clinical psychologist, award-winning humorist and stand-up comic Dr. Nancy Berk and her celebrity guests for Whine At 9 as they let it out and laugh it up about what's bugging them (and you!).
From the time he was eight-years old, Joshua Butler knew he wanted to be a director, and he never even considered other career options. Now, Butler is an award-winning director who has worked on several popular television series, including , Pretty Little Liars , , and most recently, Syfy's .
Joshua Jackson gazes lovingly at his leading lady Meghan Flather in the new music video for Menew's song "Baby You're Like A Drug." The 37-year-old The Affair actor plays a man fighting to keep his relationship alive in the music video directed by award winning director Joshua Butler.
In a FilmFad.com exclusive interview, Pooya converses with Joshua Butler about his love for directing, his experiences working on some of America's top televison shows, the changing face of the small screen and just how features and television compare and contrastin todays entertainment market.
For as long as cavemen have been writing on walls*, fans of "Steroline" and "Klaroline" have made their Vampire Diaries 'ship of choice known loud and clear. RELATED Exclusive Vampire Diaries Crossover Video: Klaus and Stefan Reunite in New Orleans But here's something you might not realize: director Joshua Butler is responsible for bringing some of your favorite Caroline moments, both with Stefan and Klaus, to the screen.
Joshua Jackson , 37, shines in MENEW's romantic tragedy for their hit song, "Baby You're Like A Drug." Award-winning director Joshua Butler put together this beautiful music video, and we are totally loving it. Be prepared to hear your new favorite song as you fall in love with MENEW's music video for "Baby You're Like A Drug."
Indie rock band MENEW (pronounced menu) have already earned themselves a strong fan-base thanks to tracks from their previous albums, Wide Awake Hello and Mother Nature, both having been featured in an array of hit TV shows, but they're not resting on their laurels.
American director Joshua Butler shares his insight into revealing the epic universal emotions of characters he directs. He has been in Vancouver for the last month directing SyFy's upcoming series, The Magicians. Listen to full interview below.
We speak with award-winning writer, editor, and director Joshua Butler about working on The Vampire Diaries, Limitless, and SyFy's The Magicians plus what he enjoys about working in Vancouver.
There are plenty of household names in the realm of television directing. Steven DeKnight, Rian Johnson, and Adam Arkin name themselves among this group, having been at the helm for some of TV's biggest and most popular shows. There exists a section of directors though that works just as hard, with only half the public recognition.
Earlier this year, alt-rock mainstay Ryan Star returned with Angels + Animals, a new album highlighted by the reflective single "Bullet." Check out the official music video to "Bullet," premiering exclusively on Billboard.com, below: Directed by Joshua Butler, the sprawling "Bullet" video finds Star wandering the streets of New York City and an deserted beach as memories of a romance whizz by.
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