Author Archives: Victoria M. Johnson

About Victoria M. Johnson

I am a published author and filmmaker. Mi Casa Su Casa Productions launched in 2007 as part of the 48 Hour Film Project. As with all my writing, Mi Casa Su Casa Productions will focus on short films that entertain, enlighten and surprise viewers.

A One-Woman Filmmaking Crew

When the last of my filmmaking buddies left for Los Angeles I was lost. I realized I had a choice. 1). I could mope–which I did for about three weeks. 2). I could start all over making new connections–which is … Continue reading

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Awards Season Is Here!

I love this time of year when Hollywood is abuzz with excitement, champagne corks are unpopped, and our favorite movie actors, directors, writers, and producers come out of the woodwork to be recognized.  It’s a time to honor the year’s … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned From Face Off Part XII

Season Three’s season finale aired last month and I’m a bit delayed posting my thoughts about it.  Rest assured there was drama, tips, and lessons learned.  Here’s a recap of the best quotes from the finale episode… From Roy: Don’t … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned From Face Off Part XI

The season finale was a nail biter.  The worst part is I still don’t know who won and the audience gets to call in their votes!  I’ll add to this post after tonight’s airing of the announcement after the voting.  … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned From Face Off Part X

Cream rises to the top!  I know you won’t believe me because I left out names in all my previous blog posts, but these are the contestants that I guessed early on would be in the final four.  And naturally, … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned From Face Off Part IX

Maybe I haven’t mentioned this before, but Gale Anne Hurd is my all-time favorite producer.  Her films include Aliens, The Terminator, Dante’s Peak, Armageddon, Tremors, The Abyss, and many others, including the TV hit The Walking Dead.  So I nearly … Continue reading

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