As the Producer and Screenwriter of Lionsgate Entertainment's 2014 release, Killer Holiday, Jon is addicted to creating and telling stories. His twenty years of writing, directing and producing movies, commercials, documentaries and music videos have garnered Jon many memorable moments and several awards including an Emmy and the Cine Golden Eagle. Jon also directed the film, Roaring Camp, an official selection at the San Diego Film Festival in 2013. Raised partly in Western Australia, Jon is known for bringing travel and historical perspective to his work. Like most people working in the entertainment industry, Jon is the author of numerous un-produced screenplays that are in various stages of development. His favorites among these are the psychological thriller, "Blood Lake", the romantic comedy, "As Love Would Have It", and the action thriller, "Gabriella's Revenge". Jon is working feverishly with Director, Marty Thomas, and the rest of the production team at Ridiculous Pictures putting the finishing touches on a dramatic television series that promises to upend all notions of how far a high concept TV thriller can go.
Name: Jon Zuber
Lives in: Santa Barbara, California
Occupation: Actor, Director, Filmmaker, Narrator, Producer and Screenwriter
Film by Marty Thomas (Mystery) Producer, Cinematographer
Forbidden Love in the South: Paulie
Film by Marty Thomas (Drama) Producer Paulie is a southern romance from the Romance Series Forbidden Love In The South Series Written by Benjamin Walker, that takes place in the mid 1800's right before the civil war. Paulie is a mulatto slave. Her white Papa Ben Stokes, who was deeply and madly in love with her mulatto slave mother Sulie, loved Paulie. His estranged older daughter Geneva despised Paulie for what she was a mulatto. To protect Paulie her Papa sent her to live with the Donovan's on their Plantation in Louisiana. She came to love her new masters for they raised her as a white child and as one of their own. The Donovan's children Tom and Ramona grew a bond with Paulie and allowed her to listen to their classes so she could learn to read and write. It was Illegal for slaves at that time to learn. Paulie grew to be a young woman she and Tom fell deeply in love. But they both knew that the love they shared was forbidden. So they kept it secret, and that of the child they bore named Neely. Now Paulie finds herself... Written by Benjamin Walker
Film (short) by Jason Rob (Drama) Actor A veteran suffering from PTSD and drug addiction. As he seeks help he must face the dark world he lives in.
Film (short) by Glynn Beard (Drama) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 'Fragments' is an abstract film that explores how we see and visually process the past, present and future. Completely shot on 16mm and utilizing hand painted 35mm film, 'Fragments' is also an homage to the days of analog film making techniques. Although the finishing work was executed digitally, film editing techniques were exclusively employed by the film maker in the editing and completion of the film. Written by Anonymous
Born to Kill?
Television (Documentary and Crime) Miscellaneous Crew, Self
Film by Marty Thomas (Horror and Thriller) Producer, Writer, Actor Taylor, a former juvenile delinquent, convinces straight-'A' student, Cammi to join her and her friends on a Spring Break road trip through the California desert. Ignoring evil premonitions from Cammi, the 8 friends party heavily as they get farther and farther away from civilization along old Route 66 with a killer in pursuit. Anxiety builds as each stop along the way proves stranger and stranger until the group is lured to an abandoned amusement park with a mysterious past far off the main highway. There the group discovers that the park comes complete with broken down vintage carnival rides, shocking surprises, the smell of death, and an enticing, young tattooed serial killer named Spider. Written by Jon Zuber, Marty Thomas
Killer Holiday: A Conversation with Composer Kurt Oldman
Film (short) (Documentary) Producer, Self