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Jeremy David White

Jeremy is a writer/ director from Washington, D.C. and an M.F.A. directing candidate at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. Jeremy graduated Emory University in Atlanta where he helped form the film collective Where's Jacob? Productions, which develops short- and feature-length content for narratives and documentary. Jeremy has written and directed several short films including "The Misadventure," which screened at the 2010 RiverBend and Central Florida film festivals. While making "The Misadventure," Jeremy directed the short film "Committed," which was selected to the 2009 Cannes Short Film Corner after being broadcast nationally on AT&T U-Verse and Virgin America flights.

Jeremy is currently developing three feature scripts including "Forgive Me, Eddie Anderson," about a young man's quest to understand his deceased father while selling his body to science. Jeremy is in pre-production on his next short film.

Short film credits


Left and Gone

United States | Aug 2010 | 15:50
An aging veteran steals the ashes of his dead best friend from the funeral and makes for the desert to scatter them. But before he can, he comes face ...
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