Bio

About Jonathan Slator

Jonathon Slator was nominated by his peers, Location Managers’ Guild International, for “Hell or High Water”.

Jonathan has spent the vast majority of his working life in the production of all forms of film and television from major motion pictures to low budget independent features, from television series and one off plays for the BBC to episodics and reality shows in America and Australia, and from commercials to infomercials to training videos. He has been paid (but not always credited due to union issues) as producer, production manager, segment director, stunt driver, first and second assistant director, camera assistant and clapper loader, floor manager, actor, location scout, location manager and of course earlier in his career as PA. He has worked projects on all continents except Antarctica.

His recent credits as location manager and the directors with whom he has worked include but are by no means limited to the following:

Project Director

Hell or High Water, directed by David Mackenzie
Godless, directed by Scott Frank
Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, directed by Wes Ball
A Million Ways to Die in the West, directed by Seth MacFarlane
Lone Survivor, directed by Pete Berg
The Avengers, directed by Joss Wheedon
This Must Be the Place, directed by Paolo Sorrentino
Thor, directed by Kenneth Branagh
The Killer Inside Me, directed by Michael Winterbotham
Georgia O’Keeffe, directed by Bob Balaban
Crash, directed by Various
Appaloosa, directed by Ed Harris
Transformers, directed by Michael Bay
Dance with Me, directed by Randa Haines
Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, directed by Steve Miner
Mad City, directed by Costa-Gavras
Larger Than Life, directed by Howard Franklin
Kingpin, directed by the Farrelly Brothers
American Masters, directed by Various
Killing Zoe, directed by Roger Avery
Highlander 2, directed by Russell Mulcahy
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, directed by John Irvin