Writer, Director & producer of 4 feature films, high profile documentaries, and co-producer of one MOW (back in the day when they did MOW's).
Exec produce micro budget features for emerging talent, particularly in the Native American community, since they are my people.
We also own an independent theatre where we can color time and finish our projects in 4K while taking advantage of North America's best tax credit.
I live and work in Winnipeg while raising my 4 kids and coaching football, soccer, and hockey.
Name: Jeremy Torrie
Lives in: Winnipeg, Canada
Occupation: Camera Operator, Director, Distributor, Editor, Film Festival Director, Filmmaker, Financier, Producer, Screenwriter and Script Consultant
Film by Benjamin Ross Hayden (Fantasy and Sci-Fi) Producer
Road of Iniquity
Film by Mark F. Ennis (Crime) Producer Just out of jail, a man gets caught in the middle of a conflict between two First Nations operating a drug trade through the US/Canadian border.
Juliana & the Medicine Fish
Film by Jeremy Torrie (Family) Producer, Editor, Writer, Director, Editorial department
The Psychopath Next Door
Film by Jeremy Torrie (Documentary) Producer, Editor, Writer, Director
Film (short) by Kane Kirton (Drama) Producer, Editor, Writer
Film by Jeremy Torrie (Documentary) Producer, Editor, Writer, Director, Cinematographer A Canadian soldier and the father of Corporal Mike Seggie, killed in Afghanistan in combat in 2008, join together to honor the memory of Seggie by restoring his 1968 Plymouth Barracuda Fastback.
Path of Souls
Film by Jeremy Torrie (Drama) Producer, Editor, Writer, Director
TV Movie by Jeremy Edwardes (Musical) Producer, Cinematographer
A Flesh Offering
Film by Jeremy Torrie (Horror) Producer, Editor, Writer, Director A young artist has devoted her life to keeping the world in harmony between the forces of good and evil.
Spirit of Stolen Sisters
Film by Jeremy Torrie (Documentary) Producer, Editor, Writer, Director, Cinematographer An introspective, philosophical and holistic look at how violence against Aboriginal women has touched one Aboriginal family. In setting out to make the film Mr. Soul, writer-director Jeremy Torrie undertakes a cathartic journey to heal wounds going back to his childhood. Written by Writer
Film (short) by Jim Compton (Documentary) Producer, Editor, Cinematographer Medicine Land is a documentary told through the eyes of Medicine Man and Chief Sheldon Kent of Black River First Nation. The documentary starts at Black River First Nation in Manitoba, with Chief Kent and his community preparing to make the journey to the forests of Chile to exchange information and ideas with the Williche (Mapuchi) People about how they can preserve what is quickly disappearing: their traditional practices, medicines and ultimately, their way of life. Chief Kent's community is a part of Manitoba's Model Forest Program, designed to sustain the environment and protect it from abuse. Written by Producer
Juliana and the Medicine Fish
Film (short) by Jeremy Torrie (Comedy, Family and Fantasy) Producer, Writer, Director After the tragic death of her mother, Twelve year-old Juliana returns to the majestic Lake of The Woods, where her father owns a tourist lodge and it's about to go bankrupt. In a last-ditch attempt to save the lodge, dad organizes a high-stakes fishing derby. Powerless to help until she finds a legendary musky lurking in the waters around the lodge, Juliana devises a plan to capture it and save the business. But when Juliana seeks the help of an old Ojibway guide, she learns this is an ancient 'medicine fish' with a spirit-essence crucial to the survival of the lake, and all other muskies. Will she capture the mythic beast and save the lodge, or will she allow it to live? Written by Torrie, Jeremy
Film by Jeremy Torrie (Drama, Horror and Thriller) Producer, Editor, Writer, Director A serial killer preys on prostitutes from the mean streets of a small, mid-west city as the police turn a blind eye. With an insatiable sexual appetite, the killer brutalizes his victims and leaves their bodies at Moon Lake outside of town. A voice inside the killer's head commands him to kill, his victims beg for death. John Martin Crawford is only too happy to oblige. But Moon Lake happens to be a spiritual holy ground for the local Native Americans, and soon the victims' ghosts are haunting both family members and complete strangers in desperate pleas for justice so their souls may rest. A supernatural story that reminds us the dead are not powerless. Written by Producer
Buffy Sainte-Marie: A Multimedia Life
TV Movie by Joan Prowse (Documentary, Biography and War) Camera and Electrical Department International Aboriginal spokesperson, medal recipient from Queen Elizabeth II, digital art pioneer with a Ph.D. in Fine Arts, singer/songwriter with seven albums and an Academy Award for the song Up Where We Belong - this list only skims the surface of the remarkable achievements of Buffy Sainte-Marie. Buffy lights up the screen as this documentary offers privileged access to her life backstage, on reserves and at her home in Hawaii and mixes current performance footage with archival film. Interviews with Joni Mitchell, Robbie Robertson, Bill Cosby, Randy Bachman, John Kay and Eric Andersen add even more star power to the documentary. Written by Anonymous
Cindy Klassen: Driven
TV Movie by Jeremy Torrie (Documentary) Producer, Editor, Writer, Director
Cindy Klassen: Olympic Contender
Television by Jeremy Torrie (Documentary) Producer, Editor, Writer, Director Winnipeg speed skater Cindy Klassen on the comeback trail for the 2006 Olympic Winter games in Torino, Italy.
La voix de mechifs
Television (Documentary) Writer, Director
Life and Times
Television (Documentary and Biography) Producer, Editor, Writer, Director Biographies of famous Canadians.
Cowboys and Indians: The J.J. Harper Story
TV Movie by Norma Bailey (Drama) Producer Based on the true story of J.J. Harper, a First Nations leader, who was shot and killed by Winnipeg Police Constable Robert Cross on his way home one snowy night in in 1988. As the guilt-ridden Cross descends into madness, J.J. Harper's brother, Harry Wood, supported by native leaders; cries out for justice through legal channels. The police close ranks to ensure that Cross is never prosecuted for the crime. Written by Robb Mavins
Lunch with God
Film by Donald Dowd (Comedy) Producer
Television (Documentary) Producer, Editor, Writer, Cinematographer One of the most recognizable elements of Native expression is the Pow-wow. But very few people outside the culture understand it. They do not understand the significance of the songs and the dances behind Pow-wow; they do not understand the rites and ceremonies contained within a pow-wow. They do not understand the meaning of the clans, or why Indian people dance. The Pow Wow Trail series will explore the true meaning, beyond the feathers and beads. Culture lives within the people; it is expressed through those who practice and participate in these celebrations. Written by Anonymous
Television (Documentary) Producer, Editor
Film by Jim Compton (Documentary) Producer, Editor