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William A. Condon

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William A. Condon

Creating one vision at a time.

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William A. Condon has directed and produced two short films and two music videos while in film school. He has gone on to make numerous PSA's that involve non-profit organizations: Sheriff's Community Impact Program and Project Lifelong. He has also ventured into the actors scene with two projects completed: Trebuchet and An Evening with Marty. He is currently working on a new project called Tango Down. For more information go to TangoDownFilm.com

Photography courtesy of Demaris Learson, Nathan Dan and Elle Jaye.

 

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William is a former United States Marine turned Filmmaker. He graduated film school in 2016 and is looking into impacting the world with his vision. William works with 2 non-profit organizations in the greater Sacramento area: Sheriff's Community Impact Program, and Project lifelong. 

His tireless work effort and his willingness to get down and dirty makes him a perfect team member. 

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William is a former United States Marine turned Filmmaker. He graduated film school in 2016 and is looking into impacting the world with his vision. William works with 2 non-profit organizations in the greater Sacramento area: Sheriff's Community Impact Program, and Project lifelong. 

His tireless work effort and his willingness to get down and dirty makes him a perfect team member. 

William's senior thesis in college was based around Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  A former United States Marine he served his four year term from 2002-2006. He was a Motor Transport Operator and was tasked with many logistical missions including movement of supplies and troops. He deployed to Iraq in 2003 and pushed up with 1st Marine Division during the invasion. In 2004 he was then deployed again where he would remain in Fallujah, Iraq for the entirety of 2004 into 2005. He was a part of both major operations that took place that year. Operation Vigilant Resolve and Operation Phantom Fury. Upon his return to civilian life, like most, he would have a difficult time adjusting to life back home. 

In 2008 he was finally diagnosed with PTSD. After two years of counseling he took a chance and enrolled into the Art Institute of California-Sacramento where he would pursue their film program. With his growing family at home and school, his time around film sets and meeting new people would bring him back to that "team" environment. Working well with others, as a Marine, he fell right back into what he was most comfortable doing. 

Going into his senior thesis he knew he wanted to touch on a subject that he was familiar with. He would collaborate with a few of his peers and eventually Damaged Goods was born. Spending almost an entire year on this project he finally screened his short film in the summer of 2015. Unlike the big budget movies he wanted to hit on a level the common man could relate too. Not everybody is in a heroic role but we all hurt internally the same.

Since graduating college he has worked for Firearms Policy Coalition as there in house camera operator and editor. He also shoots for two local non-profit organizations: Sheriff's Community Impact Program and Project Lifelong. His current project, Tango Down, is still in the pre-production phase but will be going into production end of December 2017. For more information on William's upcoming project go to TangoDownFilm.com  

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William is currently working with Julia Ling on a project called Tango Down. 

This project is backed by veterans, for veterans.

Go to TangoDownFilm.com for more information. 

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William is currently working with Julia Ling on a project called Tango Down. 

This project is backed by veterans, for veterans.

Go to TangoDownFilm.com for more information. 

The support William received for Damaged Goods was tremendous. Not only by his peers but by other Veterans who go through their struggles every day. The entire cast was made up of Veterans.

Jason Harris was played by David Powers-USMC

Deathclock was played by Linsay Rousseau-US ARMY

Carl Johnson was played by Carl Reed. US ARMY

Two of the bar patrons were played by Malcolm Morton and James Ford III-Both US ARMY

Several individuals in the crew were former military as well. Christopher Joyce-USMC and Demaris Learson-US NAVY

William's gratitude goes out to the entire Cast and Crew for their tireless effort and being as passionate as he was to make this project come to life. 

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William has performed in 7 short films while in film school. He has been involved in several short films outside of film school and is working on a veteran backed project called Tango Down. For more information go to TangoDownFilm.com

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William has performed in 7 short films while in film school. He has been involved in several short films outside of film school and is working on a veteran backed project called Tango Down. For more information go to TangoDownFilm.com

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William A. Condon Director/DP/Actor

About Me

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William A. Condon Director/DP/Actor

About Me