Began, pre-Sarah Lawrence, as a production assistant in Hollywood, mentored by producer James Katz on his films NOBODYS FOOL and SCENES FROM THE CLASS STRUGGLE IN BEVERLY HILLS. Served, during college, as an intern for Manhattan movie publicist Cara White, graduating into a full-time position at what became Clein + White which ultimately became Clein + Walker (THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT) until founding, in 1999, Jeremy Walker + Associates, a boutique agency that operated on the Upper West Side of Manhattan until 2008. Walker and his staff helped dozens of independent filmmakers bring their work to market at Sundance, Toronto, TriBeCa and SXSW, while aggressively publicizing a wide range of unit projects, theatrical releases and festival projects for such companies as Lionsgate (NYC premiere of the first SAW movie, THE DESCENT, THE DEVIL’S REJECTS, MONSTERS BALL, AMERICAN PSYCHO), ContentFilm (THE COOLER, THANK YOU FOR SMOKING) and IFC Films (TRANSAMERICA). Assignments from Warner Home Entertainment included a collection of films by Stanley Kubrick to events and campaigns for such classics as AMADEUS to THE OUTSIDERS to CRUISING. After returning to Malibu in 2008, covered movies, specifically awards season for the print weekly Malibu Surfside News; served as unit publicist for four features, including the Fox Searchlight comedy CEDAR RAPIDS and the upcoming CARDINAL X; worked with “Blair Witch” star Heather Donahue on publicizing her memoir GROWGIRL; represented several features as they went on the market at Toronto, SXSW, Sundance and Seattle, including the Sundance 2013 title NEWLYWEEDS and its subsequent theatrical and on-demand release and, in spring 2014, the Sci-Fi “Polaroid thriller” TIME LAPSE at SIFF; produced, with shooter-editor Harry Pallenberg, several filmmaker and on-set videos, placing them over a number of social and editorial platforms, often accompanying a traditional PR campaign. Twitter: @JWABroadcast ; www.jeremywalker.com
Unique traits: Working knowledge of NYC, LA, several regional markets
Film by Angie Wang (Drama) Miscellaneous Crew When an Asian American girl from the wrong side of the tracks is accepted by a prestigious university, she finds that her academic prowess can be put to lucrative use.
The Boat Builder
Film by Arnold Grossman (Drama and Family) Miscellaneous Crew An embittered old mariner and an unwanted young orphan form an unlikely bond building a boat.
Film by Bradley King (Sci-Fi and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Three friends discover a mysterious machine that takes pictures 24hrs into the future and conspire to use it for personal gain, until disturbing and dangerous images begin to develop.
Film by Richard Ledes (Horror) Miscellaneous Crew The story of a broken family striving to stay together while a curse and the ghosts of a haunted house try to tear them apart.
Film by Shaka King (Comedy and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew A match made in stoner heaven turns into a love triangle gone awry when Lyle can't decide which matters most, Nina or Mary Jane.
Film by Miguel Arteta (Comedy) Miscellaneous Crew Tim Lippe (Helms) was the guy people always thought would go places but then he just ... didn't. He's been living in über-sleepy Brown Valley, Wisconsin his whole life, still "pre-engaged" to his 7th grade teacher Macy Vanderhei (Weaver), while selling insurance to protect other people's dreams. But now, Tim's stalled life is about to get a kick-start because, for the first time in his 34 years, he's headed to a "major" metropolis - Cedar Rapids, Iowa - where he must try to save his company at a do-or-die insurance convention that, for him, will be entirely unconventional. From the minute he checks into his hotel with his ancient American Tourister and cummerbund money belt, it's clear Tim has no idea how the modern world really works. He is soon smitten with seductive Nebraskan insurance agent Joan Ostrowski-Fox (Heche) and awed by his experienced roommates, the straight-shooting Ronald Wilkes (Whitlock Jr.) and the suspicious Dean Zeigler (Reilly). Disheartened when he comes ... Written by Fox Searchlight Pictures
The House of the Devil
Film by Ti West (Horror) Miscellaneous Crew College student Samantha Hughes takes a strange babysitting job that coincides with a full lunar eclipse. She slowly realizes her clients harbor a terrifying secret
Film by Jason Reitman (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew A tale told over four seasons, starting in autumn when Juno, a 16-year-old high-school junior in Minnesota, discovers she's pregnant after one event in a chair with her best friend, Bleeker. In the waiting room of an abortion clinic, the quirky and whip-sharp Juno decides to give birth and to place the child with an adoptive couple. She finds one in the PennySaver personals, contacts them, tells her dad and step-mother, and carries on with school. The chosen parents, upscale yuppies (one of whom is cool and laid back, the other meticulous and uptight), meet Juno, sign papers, and the year unfolds. Will Juno's plan work, can she improvise, and what about Bleeker? Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Film by David Gordon Green (Drama and Romance) Miscellaneous Crew On a cold afternoon, with snow on the ground, the high school band is practicing for the last football game. They hear shots. Flashback a few weeks before. Arthur is a high school student, bussing at a restaurant. Annie and Barb are waitresses there - Annie was Arthur's babysitter when he was little. She's now separated from her husband Glenn, who's on the wagon, starting a new job, praying to Jesus, and trying to prove he has his balance back so he can see more of their small daughter, Tara. Annie's seeing someone else, Arthur's parents have just separated, and Arthur is attracted to Lila, a new student at the high school. It's a small town, people's lives cross. Written by <email@example.com>
Thank You for Smoking
Film by Jason Reitman (Comedy and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew The chief spokesperson and lobbyist Nick Naylor is the Vice-President of the Academy of Tobacco Studies. He is talented in speaking and spins argument to defend the cigarette industry in the most difficult situations. His best friends are Polly Bailey that works in the Moderation Council in alcohol business, and Bobby Jay Bliss of the gun business own advisory group SAFETY. They frequently meet each other in a bar and they self-entitle the Mod Squad a.k.a. Merchants of Death, disputing which industry has killed more people. Nick's greatest enemy is Vermont's Senator Ortolan Finistirre, who defends in the Senate the use a skull and crossed bones in the cigarette packs. Nick's son Joey Naylor lives with his mother, and has the chance to know his father in a business trip. When the ambitious reporter Heather Holloway betrays Nick disclosing confidences he had in bed with her, his life turns upside-down. But Nick is good in what he does for the mortgage. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Film by Duncan Tucker (Adventure, Comedy and Drama) Miscellaneous Crew Southern Californian Bree Osbourne, formerly Stanley Chupak, has finally received the news for which she has been waiting: she has been approved for male-to-female sexual reassignment surgery. But before Margaret, her therapist, will allow her to go through with the surgery scheduled in a week's time, Bree has to deal with an unresolved problem from her past. Bree gets a telephone call from a seventeen year old man named Toby Wilkins, who is looking for Stanley, his biological father. Toby is in a New York jail, having been supporting himself by petty crime and hustling. Stanley/Bree knew nothing about Toby before the telephone call. Toby apparently is all alone in the world, with his mother having committed suicide and being estranged from his stepfather in Tennessee. Masquerading as a Christian social worker, Bree, not telling him either of her true identity or her transgender status, bails Toby out of jail and tells him she will take him to Los Angeles, where Toby has aspirations ... Written by Huggo
Film by David Gordon Green (Drama and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew Following the death of his wife Audrey, John Munn moves with his two sons, mid-teen Chris Munn and adolescent Tim Munn, to a pig farm in rural Drees County, Georgia, where they lead a reclusive life. The boys' maternal grandparents no longer visit due to being out of sorts with John. Chris is rebelling against this life in ways where he is regularly picked up by the police. Because of Tim's young age and health issues, Chris is routinely asked by their father to do more than his fair share of work around the farm. Into their lives returns Deel Munn, John's brother who the two boys did not even know existed. John emotionally distanced himself from Deel following Audrey's death and Deel's incarceration, Deel who has just been released from prison. John, however, welcomes his brother in a effort to mend old wounds, and for the boys to get to know one of their few relations. They will all soon learn that Deel has ulterior motives for his visit, those motives emerging largely from those ... Written by Huggo
Never Die Alone
Film by Ernest R. Dickerson (Action, Crime, Drama and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew A film noir centering around a hard-boiled, stylish kingpin drug dealer, called King David, who returns to his hometown seeking redemption--but ends up only finding violent death. King David's final moments are spent with Paul, an aspiring journalist who knew him for just a few minutes; yet King David would forever more have an impact on Paul's life. Half preacher, half Satan, and all street smarts, King David had recorded the story of his exploits on audiotape, leaving behind an often-poetic sermon on villainy and its consequences. The tapes reveal that the cycle of violence and retribution, which his actions have spawned, has come back to him, full circle, as he suspected they might all along. Written by Sujit R. Varma
Film by Billy Ray (Drama and History) Miscellaneous Crew This film tells the true story of fraudulent Washington, D.C. journalist Stephen Glass (Christensen), who rose to meteoric heights as a young writer in his 20s, becoming a staff writer at "The New Republic" for three years (1995-1998), where 27 of his 41 published stories were either partially or completely made up. Looking for a short cut to fame, Glass concocted sources, quotes and even entire stories, but his deception did not go unnoticed forever, and eventually, his world came crumbling down... Written by Kaliya Warner
Cecil B. DeMented
Film by John Waters (Comedy, Crime and Thriller) Miscellaneous Crew In Baltimore, guerrilla filmmaker Cecil B. Demented leads a band of cinema revolutionaries who kidnap Honey Whitlock, a bitchy and aging movie star of big-budget froth. Cecil wants her in his movie, a screed against Hollywood they film during blitzkrieg attacks on a multiplex, a Maryland Film Commission press conference, and the set of a "Forrest Gump" sequel. He insists on celibacy; the cast and crew channel sexual energy into the production. With a family-values coalition, aggrieved Teamsters, and the police on their trail, Cecil needs help from porno, kung-fu, and drive-in audiences. What about Honey? Will she bolt or refuse to act? Or will she hit her marks and light up the screen? Written by <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Film by Mary Harron (Drama and Horror) Miscellaneous Crew Patrick Bateman, a young, well to do man working on wall street at his father's company kills for no reason at all. As his life progresses his hatred for the world becomes more and more intense. Written by Fabian DuBois <email@example.com>
The Thacher School