Charles Jones

Charles Jones

SeaJay5ive Films
Director, Director of Photography and Editor

New York City, New York

Member Since:
April 2016
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About Charles



  • Ugly

    Ugly (2016)
    Film (Comedy, Drama, Romance and Short) DP/Editor An urban, coming-of-age story of a boy looking for love in the wrong place..his own environment.

  • Secrets

    Secrets (2016)
    Film (Drama) Editor When a successful businessman has an sexual appetite larger than what's on his plate at home chaos erupts.

  • Perceptions

    Perceptions (2016)
    Film (Action, Drama, News and Short) Director/Editor When law enforcement is perceived as an occupying force in the community, how will justice prevail?

  • Send 2 Receive

    Send 2 Receive (2015)
    TV Movie (Drama) Editor Add a Plot »

  • Art & Brutality

    Art & Brutality (2015)
    Film (Documentary, Short and Drama) Cinematographer A gallery exhibit about Police Brutality affects a man in an unexpected way.

  • Attempted Burglary - a Film Noir Short

    Attempted Burglary - a Film Noir Short (2014)
    Film (Short, Crime, Drama and Thriller) Editor When a troubled teen attempts to rob a New York City apartment, he becomes an involuntary witness to a brutal, mafia-style execution.

  • Autistic Like Me: A Father's Perspective

    Autistic Like Me: A Father's Perspective (2014)
    Film (Documentary and Family) Writer/Director An emotionally gripping feature length documentary film that examines the lives of five fathers raising and caring for children on the autism spectrum. Centered around a clinical weekend retreat with 14 Dads, the film dispels the archaic "big boys don't cry" notion and uniquely chronicles the emotional struggles of a group of fathers, including Director Jones, as they open up to one another about the fear, disappointment, and, ultimately, the acceptance of a very different parenting experience than they had envisioned. Written by Charles Jones

  • Two Days in Harlem

    Two Days in Harlem (2014)
    Film (Crime, Drama and Short) DP/Editor Concept creator Two Days in Harlem is a SAG narrative short film that examines the relationship between the NYPD and the citizens of Harlem, NYC. The film takes an unvarnished look at the highly publicized and polarizing stop and frisk policy as well as the role police have in the community. The story is told through the eyes of Jason Farmer a veteran NYPD Detective and Harlem native. Jason's unique view of the community in which he lives and works offers a keen insight into the life of officers who have a difficult and often thankless job. He encounters three young men Omar, James and Eric on separate occasions and his judgment of who each of these men is may cost someone their life. The film stars Jason Hurt, Yandy Smith, Gabrielle Ryan and a strong ensemble cast of characters. Written by Anonymous

  • Born to Dance: Laurieann Gibson

    Born to Dance: Laurieann Gibson (2011)
    Television (Reality-TV) Camera and Electrical Department Add a Plot »

  • The Tombs

    The Tombs (2011)
    Film (Short and Drama) Editorial department A Brooklyn man's three-day journey through New York's infamous central booking jail system, famously known as The Tombs.

  • Little Brother: Things Fall Apart

    Little Brother: Things Fall Apart (2010)
    Film (Documentary and Short) Camera and Electrical Department Set in Camden, New Jersey, well-known as one of the nation's most dangerous cities, "Things Fall Apart" takes a look at boys growing up amongst extreme violence, poverty and crime, and explores their feelings on love and relationships set against impossible odds. Written by J Tiggett

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