Jeremy Culver is an independent filmmaker with a passion for storytelling, often focusing on themes of redemption and reconciliation.
Culver’s first feature film An Evergreen Christmas (starring Robert Loggia, Naomi Judd, Charleene Closshey, and Booboo Stewart) was distributed on Netflix. His latest film No Postage Necessary (starring George Blagden, Charleene Closshey, Robbie Kay, and Michael Beach) was shot on Kodak 35mm film and releases in select theaters, online, and via the blockchain July 2018.
Culver’s feature documentary Radical Kindness (narrated by Martin Sheen) explores the life and teaches of noted Irish author and priest Monsignor John Sheridan, awarded both the Gabriel Award and the CIMA Award.
His short art film Walking with Francis chronicles the last days of St. Francis of Assisi, ultimately receiving had an audience with His Holiness Pope Francis I. A documentary under the same name is currently in production and features author Tobias Wolff, Franciscan monk Brother Bill Short, and noted sociologist and spiritualist Jean Houston among others.
Culver is a member of The Directors Guild of America and The Writers Guild of America. He is a Board Member for Vevue, the world’s first decentralized video platform application. He has been seen on FOX Business and in Variety Magazine discussing the future of the Blockchain.