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The Age of Consequences Director/Writer/Producer JARED P. SCOTT

DIRECTOR'S PROFILE | Q&As Jan 27-29, Feb 2 at Various Times

Jared P. Scott is an award-winning filmmaker and founding partner at PF Pictures.

Jared recently wrote, directed, and produced THE AGE OF CONSEQUENCES (2016) – an investigation of climate change impacts on resource scarcity, migration, and conflict through the lens of US national security and global stability. (HotDocs, Sheffield Doc/Fest, DOC NYC).

He wrote, directed and produced the NYTimes Critics' Pick REQUIEM FOR THE AMERICAN DREAM (2016, Cinema Village) – Noam Chomsky and the principles of concentrated wealth and power (TriBeCa, AFI, IDFA). The film played 50 theaters in US/Canada, charted as the #1 doc on iTunes for 7 wks, and is featured worldwide on NETFLIX.

Jared wrote, directed and produced the #1 Doc on filmsforaction.org - DISRUPTION (2014) - a story of climate and social tipping points that galvanized the largest climate march in the history of the planet. In free global cross-platform release (watchdisruption.com).

He wrote, directed and produced DO THE MATH (2013) - Bill McKibben's terrifying math of the climate crisis (Al-Jazeera, worldwide).

Jared wrote, directed, and produced THE ARTIFICIAL LEAF (2013) – a Focus Forward Jury Prize winner at Sundance. The film premiered alongside shorts by Morgan Spurlock, Alex Gibney, Lucy Walker, and Albert Maysles.

He also directed and produced the critically acclaimed shorts MONEY IS MATERIAL & IMPOSSIBLE (Vimeo Staff Picks).

Jared produced SPLIT: A DEEPER DIVIDE (2012) and SPLIT: A DIVIDED AMERICA (2008/09) – a two-part investigation of the divided states of America which premiered on IFC and later The Documentary Channel, Pivot, and iTunes & Amazon.The films garnered global acclaim (AFI, First Take, Hulu, IMDB awards) and sold to over 20 markets including the broadcasters ZDF,NHK, ORF, Multicanal, YLE, CH 8, PTS, & EO.

A seasoned speaker, Jared has delivered keynote addresses during events at COP20 in Peru and COP 21 in Paris about ‘Using Film as a Tool forSocial Change’, led discussions at The New School, NYU, SUNY/Bard, & Carnegie Mellon University, participated in festival panels (Sheffield, DOC NYC), and has appeared on CNN, Al-Jazeera, ABC, NBC and Huff Post Live.

Q&As

Fri, Jan 27 - 7p, 9p
Sat, Jan 28 - 3p (w/The New School), 5p, 7p
Sun, Jan 29 - 5p, 7p
Mon, Jan 30 - 7p (w/Clean Capital - SOLD OUT)
Wed, Feb 1 - 7p (w/NYU & Columbia)
Wed, Feb 2 - 7p (w/NYU & Columbia)