Jonathan Budine

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Jonathan Budine
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BornNew York, United States
🏡 ResidenceNutley, New Jersey
💼 Occupation
Film director, producer, designer, editor
🌐 Website

Jonathan Budine is an American film director, producer, designer and editor.

In 1995, Budine made his move to New York City to work in video editing at Broadway Video Editorial (a Broadway Video company), Creative Group (now Reveal 42) and as of 2010 with Motive NYC. During this time he edited national commercials, shows, and key marketing campaigns for CBS, NBC, the Food Network, Late Show with David Letterman, MTV, Survivor, The Amazing Race, Comedy Central, ESPN, HBO, Showtime and many others.[citation needed]

In 2002, while at Creative Group, Jonathan was tapped to be one of the editors for Michael Moore’s Academy Award winning film "Bowling for Columbine" as well as the biographical film "The Kid Stays in the Picture".

Drawing from his experience as an editor for Saturday Night Lives infamous commercial shorts, Jonathan Budine Co-Produced and Directed his own original short film "Take Out" (which was an official selection to the Philadelphia Film Festival, Hoboken International Film Festival, the Fantasia Festival, the 2007 Dragon*Con short film festival), the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival and in Octoberof 2007, TAKE OUT made its LA premiere at Grauman's Mann Chinese Theater for the Screamfest Film Festival. As of March 2008, Jonathan is in post-production on his next short film starring Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick, the star of the 2006 remake of The Omen.

In August 2007, Budine directed Esty, a new artist in his first music video, TAKE YOUR LOVE AWAY. The video was shot in and around Esty's hometown of Newburgh, NY over a two-day period in August 2007. The music video used the downtown Newburgh Restaurant "It's All Good" and the river front dock beside Torches Restaurant as locations. Chelsea Homes in Marlboro, NY was also used. The video premiered on YouTube, September 15, 2007.

In June 2008, the Mini Movie channel purchased the World Wide Rights to TAKE OUT. Mini Movie is based out of Beverly Hills and is supported by ad sales.

Budine went on to produce and direct a video during the beginning of 2010. Diego's song Sex You was made into a music video and debuted on YouTube in 2009 by Budine with help from producer and production designer Jim Welsh and producer Kim Black.

In July 2010, Jonathan Budine was added to the creative team at Motive NYC, a studio specializing in identity, branding, interactive, creative development and live action production for television, online and radio.

Budine opened his own production studio in July 2011, naming it JOSUBU Productions. The change occurred after the long running company Howard Schwartz Recording (HSR), where Motive NYC operated, closed its doors in June of that year.

Budine has been a resident of Nutley, New Jersey.[1]


  1. "Rutgers fest marks its 20th", Asbury Park Press, February 10, 2008. Accessed April 3, 2008.

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