Jeremy Boxer

Curator & Creative Dir & Producer

Jeremy is an award winning filmmaker and creative director based New York and London. For over 20 years Jeremy has worked at the leading edge of where film, technology and art intersects. As Vimeo’s Creative Director of Film & Video, Jeremy was responsible for and led the editorial and creative strategy across all Vimeo platforms and brand partnerships. Jeremy was instrumental in the creation of the Webby award winning Vimeo On Demand and was Co-founder and Directer of the Vimeo Festival & Awards. During his tenure at Vimeo, Jeremy was the lead spokesperson for Vimeo, frequently asked to speak to media and lead panel discussions at all major film festivals around the world including the Toronto Film Festival, Sundance, SXSW, IDFA, and Cannes. Previously Jeremy was a creative director at Hide&Seek, a London based social gaming company, and was instrumental in creating the award winning “" for Warner Brother’s "Sherlock Holmes" franchise. As a curator, Jeremy has been Head of Programming for Tribeca Enterprise’s Tomorrow Unlimited as well as 8 years as Head of International Operations and Senior Programmer for the first ever global digital film festival, RESFEST. Throughout his career, Jeremy has worked with the world biggest brands and festivals, including: Warner Brothers, Nike, PlayStation, TED, Tribeca Enterprises, Arts Alliance, Palm Pictures, British Film Institute, Sundance, SXSW, Sonar, and most recently Vimeo. Jeremy graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts (Film) with honors in 1996. His thesis film "The Last Supper” won several awards and was screened at Sundance. As a DP, Jeremy has shot over 40 films. He is currently on the advisory board for SXSW Film, Sonar +D, Pause Fest, Hackateer Ventures, and is also a mentor for NYU’s Cinema Research Institute.

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Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW.