Jeremy Chua Producer

Last Updated on 10 April 2018
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Jeremy is a screenwriter and film producer based in Singapore and Paris. After graduating from the Puttnam School of Film at LASALLE College of the Arts in 2012 with the Academic Excellence Award, he became a frequent collaborator with Lowave Paris and Akanga Film Asia. He started producing and writing A Yellow Bird with Fran Borgia and K. Rajagopal which was awarded the World Cinema Support from the Centre National du Cinéma et de l'Image Animée (CNC) and premiered in competition at Cannes Critics Week in 2016.

An EAVE Ties That Bind graduate in 2013, he works at his film company, Potocol, in Singapore for international co-productions. His recent co-productions include Brotherhood by Pepe Diokno as well as Filipino filmmaker Lav Diaz's Hele Sa Hiwagang (A Lullaby To the Sorrowful Mystery), which won big at the Berlin Film Festival 2016 with the Silver Bear: Alfred Bauer Prize for a feature film that opens new perspectives in cinema. He is currently developing Cinema, City and Cats by Ishtiaque Zico which was selected to participate in Locarno Open Doors Hub in 2016 as well as Tomorrow is A Long Time by Jow Zhiwei which was developed at the Jerusalem Film Lab between 2015 - 2016.