Jay Rod

Jay Rod

IHF
Director, Producer and Screenwriter

New York City, New York

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October 2016
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About Jay

Fulltime Director, producer and writer working at Itchy House Films which is a production company that primarily focuses on music videos and feature films. I've produced and directed over 200 music videos, numerous feature films and commercials.

Credits

  • Zoo

    Zoo (2012)
    Film (Drama) Director Appropriately named "Zoo", the film represents how some just happen to live a wild life. Based in Newark, New Jersey, Terrance "Mustaffa" Dent was a straight laced teenager until he discovered how easily money could be obtained in the streets. His love of easy money led him to become the founder and leader of a drug ring called "Zoo Crew", which laundered drug money throughout a slew of businesses all over the city. The movie differs from other gangster movies as the main character starts to see how he could actually do good in the community, instead of potentially destroying it. The film represents a man's inner struggle from both sides of the good vs. evil spectrum. Written by MasteRyder

  • Visiting

    Visiting (2009)
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  • Change

    Change (2009)
    Film (Short, Crime, Drama and Family) Director Two kids, two lives, a gun, drugs and a corner. Decisions must be made.

  • Torn

    Torn (2006)
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  • The Fight Within

    The Fight Within (2005)
    Film (Short) Director A burned out club-fighter juggles the dire pressures of being broke, a dead-end job with a screaming boss and an uninspired marriage, all contributing to the unrivaled stress of his long awaited return to the ring. -Ricky Ray Taylor

  • Brain Storm

    Brain Storm (2005)
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  • STEPS

    STEPS
    Film by EBH Productions / Itchy House Films Director STEPS is the beautiful dramatic story about the shortcomings of a man whom after being robbed and shot fourteen years earlier, succumbs to a life of addiction and ultimately loses the love of his life and the gift of knowing his only child. After meeting a local pastor, Brian is forced to confront his alcohol addiction. But no sooner than things are on the upswing, we learn God has a lesson for Brian that begins to take shape the minute his volunteer work at the pastor's church leads him to a job as a home health-care worker. Upon meeting his first patient, Taj, the two men are unaware that their lives will forever be changed through this trying relationship.

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