Jeff Werner, Feature and Documentary Director and Editor-Episode #142

Dec 29, 2020 | 0 comments

Jeff Werner is an Emmy Award-winning director and editor of documentaries, feature films and motion picture advertising.

Most recently, Jeff produced and directed Those Who Serve, a feature length documentary dealing with invisibly wounded combat Veterans who have found themselves defendants in our Criminal Justice System.

In 2017, Jeff produced and oversaw the editing of The Heart of Nuba, a feature-length documentary that tells a story of altruism and courage as an American doctor dedicates his life to healing a community in Sudan.

That same year he Co-Produced Music Got Me Here, a film about a young man with traumatic brain injury whose life is saved by music therapy.

Other documentaries Jeff has either produced or edited or both are The Laughter Life that profiles the popular Mormon sketch comedy group, Studio C; Free Spirits on ESPN, which won an Emmy as part of the 30 for 30 series; Becoming Bert Stern, which covers the life and works of famed photographer Bert Stern; The Woodmans, about the famed family of artists; The Other City, stories about the AIDS epidemic in Washington, D.C.; Kicking It, with Colin Farrel; Second Chance Season, the Nick Young story, and Mario’s Story.

Jeff also co-directed the documentary Camp Scott Lock-Up for MTV as well as two documentaries for HBO: The Godfather Family and Bloodlines; the latter having been nominated for a Cable Ace Award.

His editorial work on The Mirror Has Two Faces marked the fifth film in which Jeff collaborated with Barbra Streisand.

He’s  also the winner of several Hollywood Key Art Awards for his work in motion picture advertising.





Executive Producer: Steve Cuden, Producer: Casey Georgi, Announcer: Javier Grajeda
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