Jeremy Kagan

Jeremy Kagan

director, producer, writer

Jeremy Kagan was born on Dec 14, 1945 in USA. Jeremy Kagan's big-screen debut came with Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders directed by Jeremy Kagan in 1974. Jeremy Kagan is known for Golda's Balcony directed by Jeremy Kagan, Valerie Harper stars as Golda Meir and as . Jeremy Kagan has got 7 awards and 3 nominations so far. The most recent award Jeremy Kagan achieved is Washington DC Independent Film Festival. The upcoming new movie Jeremy Kagan plays is Shot which will be released on Sep 22, 2017.

Jeremy Kagan is a director/writer/producer of feature films and television. His credits include the box-office hits Héros (1977), La grande triche (1978) and L'élu (1981). His Natty Gann (1985) was the first US film to win a Gold Prize at the Moscow Film Festival. Other directing credits include Conspiracy: The Trial of the Chicago 8 (1987) (winning the ACE Award for Best Dramatic Special) and Roswell (1994), which he produced and directed and which was nominated for a Golden Globe. In 1996, his episode of Chicago Hope, la vie à tout prix (1994) won him an Emmy for Outstanding Direction of a Dramatic Series. One of his segments of Un drôle de shérif (1992) was listed by TV critics among the top 100 television episodes. His recent work includes en episode of Steven Spielberg's Emmy-winning anthology _"Taken" (2002/I) (mini)_ and numerous episodes of such hit series as À la Maison Blanche (1999) and Le protecteur (2001). His Bobbie's Girl (2002) was the highest rated film on Showtime 2003 and his movie Crown Heights (2004), which he produced and directed, won the Humanitas Award for "affirming the dignity" of every person and was nominated for a Directors Guild Award in 2004. Mr. Kagan is a graduate of Harvard University, where he wrote his thesis on Sergei Eisenstein, has a Masters from NYU and was in the first group of Fellows at the American Film Institute. He is a tenured full professor at USC, where he is in charge of the directing track, and has served as the Artistic Director of Robert Redford's Sundance Institute. He is on the National Board of the Directors Guild and is Chairperson of its Special Projects Committee and author of the book "Directors Close Up" and was presented the 2004 Robert Aldrich Award for "extraordinary service to the guild."

  • Birthday

    Dec 14, 1945
  • Place of Birth

    Mount Vernon, New York, USA
  • Also known

    Jeremy Paul, Jeremy P. Kagan, Jeremy Paul Kagan

Known For


7 wins & 3 nominations

Washington DC Independent Film Festival
Winner - Special Recognition
The ACLU Freedom Files (2005)
Directors Guild of America, USA
Winner - Robert B. Aldrich Achievement Award
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