Johnny Langdon

Johnny Langdon — Founder

Johnny Langdon is the Founder and President of Bumbershoot Productions, Inc., a Fort Worth based motion picture development company, which he runs with independent film producers Carolyn Pfeiffer and Susan O'Connell. BPI manages the acquisition of theatrical rights to literary properties and creates original material.

Current Bumbershoot film projects include:

Langdon is also currently working with Bob (Daddy-O) Wade on a documentary titled FLIGHT OF THE IGUANA, the saga of a 40-foot, foam over steel iguana that lived for years atop the Lone Star Café in New York City.

Langdon's commitment to the film community is reflected in his role as the Chairman of the Lone Star Film Society (LSFS) in Fort Worth, Texas. In its 7th year, Lone Star which has launched a major effort to bring the very best in independent film to North Texas. The LSFS provides a year round series of film programs including screenings at the Kimbell Art Museum and The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and educational outreach programs for kids at Cook Children's Hospital, The Boys and Girls Clubs of Forth Worth, and the Young Women's Leadership Academy. LSFS sponsors the Lone Star Film Festival annually in downtown Forth Worth. (For more information on the Lone Star Film Society and Lone Star Film Festival, go to lonestarfilmsociety.com

Since 1973, Johnny Langdon, a native of Fort Worth, who is an attorney and an entrepreneur, has initiated research in the areas of cancer research and treatment, biomass co-generation, and heavy oil production technologies.