Jessica Oreck

Jessica Oreck makes projects large and small that instill a sense of wonder about the world of the everyday. Jessica’s documentaries (Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo, Aatsinki: The Story of Arctic Cowboys, The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga, and several of her shorts) have played at festivals such as Sundance, SXSW, Tribeca, Cairo, BFI, and many more. Her latest feature, One Man Dies a Million Times, opens theatrically on July 29. Jessica also makes bite-sized educational content, including two series for TED: Mysteries of Vernacular and In a Moment of Vision, as well as several shows for a soon-to-launch children’s network. Jessica now runs a small museum called the Office of Collecting and Design in downtown Las Vegas.

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Why My New Film Will Only Play in Theaters

By Jessica Oreck | July 29, 2022

Why My New Film Will Only Play in Theaters

Jessica Oreck on why it’s essential her latest feature, One Man Dies a Million Times, is seen on the big screen, not on a streaming platform.