Jeremy Theobald is an actor, producer, film festival director and charity trustee. Jeremy was lead actor and producer of Nolan’s award-winning debut feature, Following, after making a number of shorts with the director. They later worked together again on Batman Begins (2005). Jeremy will next be seen in in the micro-budget feature Convergence (2019) where he once again takes on the role of lead actor and producer. Jeremy also is working with fellow director, Dave Armstrong, on the MannIN Shorts Film Scheme, training people of all ages in the art of film production from script to screen.
Join us for a discussion of Jeremy's career so far, the making of Following and hear his advice for short filmmakers on how to get your film made.
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