Jeff Dean

Jeff Dean

Revolutionary Productions
Director, Producer and Cinematographer

Los Angeles, California

Member Since:
September 2012
Last online:
> 2 weeks ago
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About Jeff

I have a small independent production company that produces mostly short form -commercials, music videos, short films. I'm a jack of all trades - I have experience with every role on set, in preproduction, and post - but a master of none.


  • DaZe: Vol. Too (sic) - NonSeNse

    DaZe: Vol. Too (sic) - NonSeNse (2016)
    Film (Comedy, Drama, Musical and Romance) Cinematographer A post modern avant guard dramedy musical non-musical told nonlinearly.

  • The Dark and the Wounded

    The Dark and the Wounded (2015)
    Film (Documentary) Director James Picard is an artist with a new series of work that has a disturbing message and undertone. After being rejected from the galleries he usually displays his work, he decides to put on art shows in old prisons and asylums. This decision also has a lot of challenges since those locations are typically closed to art shows. Since films are aloud to rent out the locations, James creates a fake movie to pretend to film in the location so he can put on his art shows. He takes this show all over the country with his sights set on the best location for his work - Alcatraz.

  • The Leftovers

    The Leftovers (2015)
    Film (Short and Romance) Sound department Add a Plot »

  • Living Dot Com

    Living Dot Com (2014)
    Film (Documentary) Director Living Dot Com shows how a different approach to work must be taken in this new economy in order to succeed. Jobs maybe disappearing but, for many reason discussed in this movie, there has never been an easier or better time to start a business. Creativity is king as many tasks that were expensive (and good jobs) in the past are now low cost due to automation and outsourcing. This documentary gives an intimate look into the lives of successful Internet entrepreneurs. You will discover how it is now possible to earn over a million dollars a year online, work from the beach during winters, close deals while at a BBQ, or run a business from an IPhone. This new wave of entrepreneurs truly leverage technology to live a 21st century lifestyle or, as they call it, the "Dot Com Lifestyle." Written by Michael Bayer

  • Dog Day

    Dog Day (2014)
    Video (Short and Comedy) Sound department Add a Plot »

  • Life, Bullshit.

    Life, Bullshit. (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Cinematographer Add a Plot »

  • Love Is Blind

    Love Is Blind (2013)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Cinematographer Add a Plot »

  • Easy Money with Wil Gelin

    Easy Money with Wil Gelin (2013)
    Television (Comedy) Cinematographer Add a Plot »

  • M is for Mature

    M is for Mature (2013)
    Video (Short and Horror) Camera and Electrical Department Add a Plot »

  • Nobody Loses All the Time

    Nobody Loses All the Time (2011)
    Film (Short and Drama) Cinematographer What was it like in 1973, when director Sam Peckinpah co-wrote and directed a film entitled 'Bring me the Head of Alfredo Garcia'. The film was made in and around Mexico City. One week into a difficult shoot, the head of United Artists threatened to pull the plug on the entire production. After a long hot day of shooting, Sam Peckinpah and his producer partners leapt into action in order to save their motion picture. Written by Anonymous

  • Running

    Running (2011)
    Film (Short, Action, Drama and Western) Producer A modern day western, 'Running' tells the story of outlaw Paul James Ryan and his continued attempts to evade both the law and a team of relentless bounty hunters hell bent on catching him. Featuring a mishmash of gunplay, fist fights, and high noon showdowns, Running is a kind of Sergio Leone meets Tony Scott film. Written by Anonymous

  • Porno

    Porno (2004)
    Film (Comedy and Drama) Actor A crazy tale about a shy Japanese guy named Aki, who falls in love with the wrong girl and experiences the consequences as a result.

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