Jeremy Pope is an award-winning writer, director, and producer, based in the greater Phoenix area of Arizona. Jeremy made his first film following the death of his son, Stephen, a 43-minute documentary about Stephen's life. In the making of this film, Jeremy discovered his passion for filmmaking, and founded an independent, non-profit production company called Kingdom Productions. Stephen's movie, Born to Reveal the Works of God, has since gone on to receive nominations and win awards at the largest Christian film festivals in the world. His other notable works have also found success at film festivals across the country. Jeremy has a Master of Fine Arts in Screenwriting from Regent University, and is currently developing Cocol, a biopic following the life of Blessed Father Miguel Pro.
Documentary Short | 2020 | Director, Director of Photography, Editor
Short Film | 2019 | Writer, Director, Producer, Director of Photography, Editor
Born to Reveal the Works of God
Documentary | 2019 | Director, Producer, Director of Photography, Editor
Documentary Short | 2019 | Producer, Director of Photography, Editor
From Richard Klaustch
Actor; Department Chair of Theater, Film, & Creative Writing at Boise State University
Jeremy Pope is a highly gifted and dedicated filmmaker. I have no doubt that he would be an asset to any film company or crew. He is hard-working, committed, an outstanding team member, and a worthwhile investment for any group or individual looking to improve their operations. He is also an individual of strong character, compassionate, patient, respectful of others and their contributions, and humble. I would not hesitate for a second to work with him again.
I recommend Jeremy Pope to you without reservation.
From Ru Wood
Independent filmmaker; Professor
Jeremy is a wonderful filmmaker, and I believe he would work well on any project that he pursues. One of my first experiences with Jeremy was screening his personal documentary, and it was captivating from start to finish. I could immediately see that Jeremy had wonderful promise as a filmmaker. Jeremy has been a terrific collaborator producing the TV mini-series Lucky Us, in pre-production, as a producer in production, and in post-production. He was an invaluable member of our team. Jeremy’s thesis film, on which I had the opportunity to assist with sound, includes a strong theme and was executed with absolute precision, really showing his strength as a writer/director.
I am confident that he will continue to grow and impress with his outstanding skills. I am sure that Jeremy will make important contributions to the field.
From Charles Broun