Winner "Best New Writer" (Screenplay "Neptune's Prison") Action on Film Festival 2015 ---
1st Runner Up "Best (overall) Script" (Screenplay "Neptune's Prison") Action on Film Festival 2015 ---
1st Runner Up "Best Action Script" (Screenplay "The Overlord's Bridge) Action on Film Festival 2016 ---
Unique traits: Award winning screenwriter, Former Stand-Up comic. Ex-military/ US Coast Guard, Experienced Traveler (46 States, 14 Countries and counting)
Noir the Series
Television (Mystery) Director, Writer, Editor, Producer NOIR The Series is a black and white web-series where each fifteen minute episode tells a story of mystery, the unexpected and the unexplained.
Film Miscellaneous Crew
Film (short) by Jax Kearney (Drama and Fantasy) Actor, Director, Writer, Editor MorningStar (Satan) summons God to a remote forest to ask a unique question.
Film (short) by Jax Kearney (Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actor, Director, Writer, Editor Frank desperately tries to escape his current, unexpected circumstances. Drawn mysteriously into a dangerous game of clues and illusions he can't escape, he continues forward hoping the next clue will be the one that lets him escape his involvement. What's the secret behind the car? Who are the men following him? Who is the beautiful, mysterious Sarah, and the good looking stranger Mister V? Will the next clue be the one to finally set him free of set him free from the web of deceit, or will it be the one to seal his fate? Written by Anonymous
Film (short) by Jax Kearney (Crime, Drama and Thriller) Actor, Director, Writer, Editor, Producer About a hitman who's been tricked into betraying his own code of honor and the unique way he chooses to retire.
Film (short) by Jax Kearney (Comedy, Fantasy and Horror) Actor, Director, Writer One boy's plan to keep monsters out of his room.
Film (short) by Jax Kearney Actor, Director, Writer, Editor, Producer, Cinematographer In 1975, twelve year old Jack and his friends on Taylor Drive in Portland, CT spend their days playing kickball, skipping rocks on the river and riding their bikes around the neighborhood. Riding bikes is a way of life for the kids on Taylor Drive, and every kid on the street is judged by which hills in the neighborhood they have conquered on their bikes. Join Jack in his quest to be the first kid from Taylor Drive to be able to ride his bike all the way to the top of the biggest hill in the neighborhood, the hill that separates the "little kids" from the "big kids", Indian Hill. Written by Jack Kearney
East Side Story
1st Runner Up "Best Action Script" Action on Film Festival
"BEST NEW WRITER", Action on Film Festival
1st Runner Up "BEST SCRIPT", Action on Film Festival
Winner "Perfect Pitch" Competition, Atlanta Film Festival