Joth received his Bachelor’s degree in Film & Television Production and has made a career out of making movies for over 20 years. After working on his first feature film, Pet Sematary II, in 1992, Joth began working on the television series Coach before working for Steven Spielberg’s production company, Amblin Entertainment. It was only after being accepted into the prestigious Director’s Guild training program that he left Amblin to become an Assistant Director.
As a member of the Director’s Guild of America Joth racked up scores of credits from all of the major motion picture studios on feature films such as Starship Troopers and End of Days to television series’ such as Baywatch and C.S.I. In 2002 Joth was nominated for a DGA Award honoring outstanding directorial achievement in movies for television.
A few years ago Joth made the switch to focusing exclusively on faith-based productions and has been blessed to work with some great people, such as Alex Kendrick, Kevin Downes, Rich Christiano, Brad Silverman and Tracy Trost, to name a few.
Joth has directed three films for the 168 Project and received a total of 29 award nominations, including Best Film and Best Director and 3 wins.
Currently Joth is slated to work on several features as a 1st A.D./Producer and is developing a romantic comedy as his feature directorial debut.
As Assistant Director:
The Lost Medallion,
Eyes to See,
End of Days,
James Dean, An Invented Life,
Party of Five,
Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman,
Lois and Clark,
…and many, many other movies and television series.
see IMDb for complete filmography.