Jeremy Kagan

Jeremy Kagan is an international award winning filmmaker whose most recent work is the dramatic movie Shot, about what one bullet does to many lives. It starts its theatrical run on September 22 in selected cities. He has made 10 features, and won an Emmy and ACE award for his television work. He has served as the Artistic Director of Robert Redford’s Sundance Institute, is Chairperson of Special Projects that provides cultural and educational information for the 17,000 members of the Directors Guild of America, and he is a full tenured professor at the School of Cinematic Arts at USC, recognized five years in a row as the best film school in the world. His books Directors Close Up, volumes 1 and 2, are published by Scarecrow Press, and his near-death experience is recorded in his illustrated eBook, My Death: A Personal Guidebook. Visit his official site for more info.


The Night I Died That Changed Everything

By Jeremy Kagan | September 15, 2017

The Night I Died That Changed Everything

Director Jeremy Kagan tells the story of a pivotal, transformative moment in his life using both words and images.