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Jeremy Teicher is a Student Academy Award-nominated director whose newest feature film, Tracktown, premiered at the Los Angeles Film Festival and is being released theatrically by Samuel Goldwyn Films and Orion Pictures. Tracktown was made with support from the Sundance Institute Creative Producing Fellowship and the San Francisco Film Society/KRF Producing Initiative.

Jeremy's award-winning first feature film, Tall as the Baobab Tree, garnered acclaim from festivals around the world and was released by Sundance Artist Services in 2014. Tall as the Baobab Tree is inspired by Jeremy's ground breaking documentary short, This Is Us (2011), which was awarded a prestigious Lombard Public Service Fellowship, supported by Kodak, and earned Jeremy a nomination for a Student Academy Award.

Jeremy was named one of Filmmaker Magazine's 25 New Faces of Independent Film. He is a graduate of Dartmouth College.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Grand comme le Baobab

Trivia (2)

"Tall as the Baobab Tree" (Grand comme le Baobab), Jeremy's first feature film - in the Pulaar language and French - was inspired by true stories slowly revealed to him over four years filming his documentary short, "This is Us," nominated for a Student Academy Award in 2011.
The film Tracktown features dozens of real-life professional runners and Olympians, from speaking roles to brief cameos, hidden throughout the movie.

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