ABOUT JEREMY BRULL
Jeremy has been a freelance writer/director since 2009 after spending his life savings on camera gear and teaching himself how to make films through trial and error. He hasn’t starved yet. Since then, his work has enjoyed success at both domestic and international film festivals. Most recently, Jeremy was involved with the online series 'Liberty Street' where he directed the episode 'Glen' - a short piece that has recently been selected for the Melbourne International Film Festival, Flickerfest... alongside international festivals such as 'Just for Laughs' in Montreal and Newport Beach Film Festival.
He is also known for ‘The Battle of Who Cares Less’, which was nominated for an AACTA/AFI award as part of the #SocialShorts program, along with screening at TEDx in the Sydney Opera House.
He co-wrote and directed Series 1 of ‘The Justice Lease’ which was awarded a whopping 70,000 dollar prize for coming first in the inaugral Viewster Online Film Festival.
Jeremy has also produced dozens of sketches online – most notably a parody of Liam Neeson's 'Taken' that was seen by over a million people in under a week.
In between passion projects, Jeremy has been producing internal comedy videos for The Boston Consulting Group for the last decade, along with other clients such as EarlyEd, Oroton and Origin Energy. Most of the time, Jeremy is a one-man production unit - shooting and editing his own work with his own gear.
Shakespeare Republic Director Sally McLean said of Jeremy after he received his Melbourne WebFest award for Best Director: “Jeremy is a gas, and so good at what he does – I was surprised this was his first award, but I do not think it will be his last!”