Independent Writers' Caucus
Jeremy Palmer died once. But he came back. Along with temporary death, his 4 open heart surgeries also pointed him toward a career in disability and special education advocacy, culminating when Jeremy Palmer Day became an actual thing in Denver. Jeremy enjoys telling stories about outsiders courageously transcending barriers to accomplish the unthinkable. He received an MFA from USC in Writing for Screen & Television, the Sloan Screenwriting Grant, and the Tribeca Sloan Student Grand Jury Prize. His first feature, DETAINED, with Kinogo Pictures, is currently in post-production. He also likes Legos.
THE VALLEY OF DRY BONES
(Historical Drama Feature - A BEAUTIFUL MIND/THE IMITATION GAME/THE KINGS SPEECH)
While recovering from World War I, Dr. Freddy Banting battles insecurities, lingering PTSD, and credit-hungry colleagues in his triumphant struggle to bring the miracle drug Insulin to those dying from Diabetes in the 1920s.
THE ZIPPER CLUB
(Autobiographical Dramedy Feature - THE BIG SICK/THE MEYEROWITZ STORIES)
A young wife is plunged into unknown territory when her husband needs open-heart surgery. She's forced to confront life & death medical decisions in hope of proving her “adulting” abilities to his imperious mother-in-law and, most of all, to herself.
(Horror Feature - THE FACULTY/LITTLE MONSTERS)
Damon is having a bad day. He hates his teaching job. His ex-girlfriend is engaged. And an experimental “brain drink” has turned the students into cannibalistic monsters. Now, Damon must rely on his Special Ed class if he and his colleagues want to live to see the final bell.
Character-driven, Female-centric, Medical, Thriller, Sci-Fi, Psychological, Horror, Historical/Alternative History