BURNING MEN (2019) Lightbulb Film Distribution
Drama/Road Movie, 95mins
When two young musicians steal a rare vinyl record and take to the road to sell it,
dark forces follow them.
Starring: Ed Hayter, Aki Omoshaybi, Elinor Crawley, Joseph Millson, Sarah Jane Potts, Andrew Tiernan, Denise Welch, Simone Lahbib
★★★★ “An excellent, evocative indie road movie “ THE DAILY STAR
★★★ “A film with in-your-face punk attitude” THE DAILY MIRROR
“Destined to become a cult classic” CRITICAL POPCORN
“A thrilling and unique filmmaking masterpiece” MASSES OF MOVIES
“Burning Men is the best British road movie in years” ALAN MOORE, AUTHOR
BLOOD MOON (2015) StudioCanal
Gothic Western, 90 mins
1887. A deserted town in Colorado. Five stagecoach passengers and an enigmatic gunslinger find themselves prisoners of two outlaws, while a bigger menace lurks outside.
Starring Shaun Dooley, Corey Johnson, George Blagden, Jack Fox, Anna Skellern
★★★★★ “A Truly Great Film” HORROR NEWS.NET
★★★★★ “A Pioneer Among The Posse” THEMOVIEWAFFLER.COM
“A Killer Slice Of Comic Book Horror” BILLY CHAINSAW
“A Wild West Thrill Fest” JAMES WHITTINGTON, THE HORROR CHANNEL
“A Cracking Gothic Western” STUART WRIGHT, BRITFICKS
Finalist Fantastic Film Fest Porto, BIFFF Brussels, Frightfest, Winner Audience Award Ravenna Horror Festival, Best Director Award Bram Stoker Horror Festival, Busan, Tel Aviv
THE MAGNIFICENT ELEVEN (2013) Bulldog Distribution
Soccer Comedy, 91 mins
A modernization of the classic western in which the Cowboys are a struggling local amateur soccer team, the Indians run a nearby Tandoori restaurant and the bandits are a group of menacing thugs.
Starring: Sean Pertwee, Keith Allen, Paul Barber, Josh O’Connor, Robert Vaughn
“A feel-good flick” DIGITAL FIX
“Entertaining and the acting is excellent” SOCCERMOVIEMOM.COM
BOLLYWOOD QUEEN (2002) Lionsgate UK
Musical Romantic Comedy, 90mins
Family interference and culture clash threaten the romance between the offspring of rival clothiers in east London.
Starring James McAvoy, Preeya Kalidas, Ian McShane
★★★★ “brilliantly conceived song-and-dance routines” FILM4
"An early milestone in British-Asian cinema" UNCUT
"Sunny songs and extremely likeable performances, an original mix" EMPIRE
Selection Sundance Film Festival 2003, Nominated Best Debut Director BIFAs 2003
London Film Festival, Sydney, Copenhagen, Rio de Janeiro
SOUL PATROL (2001)
35mm scope, 20 mins
Earl is a serial ‘lady-killer’, a regular Romeo. Whilst working the night
shift, he meets and falls for corporate high-flyer, Luisa. But Earl has a problem
with commitment…and Luisa is a vampire.
Gothic comedy-horror-romance. Starring: Sadie Frost, Clint Dyer
Channel 4 ‘Shooting Gallery’, Film Four Channel, London Short Film Festival, Halloween Society, Black Film Festival Swansea, Black Pyramid Film Festival Bristol
SARI & TRAINERS (1998)
35mm scope, 15mins
teenage lovers, Geena and Jason, have arranged to meet for the first time, but
will their respective families thwart their Saturday afternoon liason.
Cross cultural musical romance. Starring: Preeya Kalidas
Channel 4 ‘Shooting Gallery’ Cinema release supporting ‘Wonderland’ and in Bollywood Cinemas Short Film Winner of Audience Award - Halloween Society Bollywood UK Festival, Finalist - Geneva Film Festival, London Film Festival, Sydney Film Festival
PARIS BRIXTON (1997)
undergraduate studying French is woken one night by a stranger breaking into
her attic bedsit. From this unpromising meeting a passionate affair develops.
Romantic drama. Starring: Ben Miles, Laura Fraser
Channel 4 ‘Shooting Gallery’ Cinema release supporting ‘Donnie Brasco’
Short Film Finalist - Aspen Film Festival, Bilbao, New York Expo, Cork Film Festival, London Film Festival, Wellington
ROCKMOP (1993) Director/Producer/Writer
4 mins Comedy
A surprise awaits a hairdresser on a special assignment Starring: David Harewood, Mo Sesay
CHARTERED STREETS (1989) Director/Producer/Writer
16mm, b/w 12mins.
An impressionistic look at London of the late 1980's through the poetry of William Blake Starring Julian Firth Poetry read by Billy Bragg and Pauline Melville
London Piccadilly Film Festival, William Blake Society Festival
Channel 4/Objective Productions Series 1
(6x30mins), 2 x 15 mins non TX pilots BAFTA nomination Best Sitcom 2004, Rose D'Or -Winner
Golden Rose, Best Sitcom 2004. Lead Director
THE LEGEND OF DICK AND DOM
CBBC Eps 1-7 (BBC1 13 x 30 mins) Children's BAFTA nominated. Narrative Comedy. Lead Director
SHELF STACKERS BBC2/SWITCH/Lime Pictures TX Pilot. 25mins. Lead Director
GET DOWN STAY DOWN Non TX Pilot. Written by and starring Pete Jackson. 25 mins. Lead Director
BEAR BEHAVING BADLY CBBC/Darrall MacQueen 11 episodes, 25 x
DANI'S HOUSE CBBC/RDF Eps 8-13 (BBC1 13x30 mins) Comedy/Drama
MEET THE BLOGS ITV2/Baby Cow/Lime Pictures TX Pilot, 30mins Comedy. Lead Director
DECKIES The Spice Factory. Non TX Pilot Comedy/Drama. 30mins
The misadventures of a couple of twenty something deckchair attendants.
Starring Russell Howard. Lead Director
RAPPIN' AT THE ROYAL
Channel 4/ Blast Films. Eight young rappers, writers and musicians grapple with the massive challenge of producing their own urban rap musical. 90 mins feature
THIS IS LONDON BBC2/October Films 24 hours in the life of London. Modern Times series. 60mins
GREAT RAILWAY STATIONS NDR/German TV Kings Cross and St Pancras stations, London. 30mins
ESSEX PARK LIFE LWT Non TX Pilot series on young lifestyles in Essex.15mins
FACTUAL / ENTERTAINMENT
DERREN BROWN - MIND CONTROL
Channel 4/Objective Productions 3 x 60 mins specials. Lead Director. Rose D’Or – Silver Rose, Best Light Entertainment programme. BAFTA winner.
THE RESTAURANT with Raymond Blanc. BBC Entertainment, Series 1, 15 x 60mins. Series Director
THE BULLSHIT DETECTIVE BBC3/Objective Productions. Consumer Affairs,
30min. TX Pilot Director
THE INDESTRUCTIBLES BBC3/Objective Productions Fact-Ent/Science 6 x 30mins. Series Director
SECRETS OF MAGIC BBC1/Objective Productions Entertainment/Magic 60mins. Lead Director
MONKEY MAGIC FIVE/Objective Productions TX Pilot 30mins. Lead Director
Jeremy studied German and Drama at Manchester University followed by an MA in Film and TV at Middlesex University. His final thesis work was Adapting Literature to Film with reference to The Tin Drum.
He has directed music videos and commercials, with his international spots for the Johnnie Walker ‘Keep Walking’ campaign being particularly successful.
Jeremy speaks fluent German, good French and some Italian.
Additional directing experience: VFX, stunts, firearms, dance/choreography, SFX horror