FILMS IN CATALOGUE
is a popular and well-known figure in Australian artistic life. He has had a
successful and acclaimed career as an actor, working in film (he received an
AFI award ‘Best actor’ nomination for Idiot Box), on television
(he has several Logie and AFI ‘best actor’ nominations, winning for aftershocks
in 1996) and on stage, where his reputation as one of Australia’s greatest
actors has been built playing roles like Cyrano De Bergerac and Hamlet
to national acclaim. He regularly directs for Australia’s flagship theatre producer - The
Sydney Theatre Company, and has played on both Broadway (The White
Devil) and the West End (Riflemind –
Directed by Phillip Seymour Hoffman) for that Company.
has been Artistic Director of his own Pork Chop Productions since 1995
and has directed and produced acclaimed classical interpretations and original
theatrical works all around the country. Over the last decade Jeremy has focused
on new Australian works, often in collaboration with long time friend Reg
Cribb, enlisting the Sydney Opera House as a co-production partner.
Their productions of Last Cab to Darwin and Ruby’s Last
Dollar won many awards and toured nationally in 2004 and 2005.
Train to Freo was
his first feature film as a director/executive producer, continuing his
artistic association with Reg and enlisting another friend from Perth, Greg Duffy,
as principal Producer, These three are presently in the post-production
stage of the feature film Last Cab to Darwin which Jeremy
directed and produced with Greg Duffy and Lisa Duff.
directed and produced the First World War epic Beneath Hill 60 in
Townsville. The film has been sold and won awards all over the world. Including
Best Picture at the Savannah
Film Festival. It took over 4m at the Australian Box office and continues to
sell well on DVD for Paramount pictures.