Chicago – Jeremy Kruse
is a major part of Chicago’s vibrant film scene. The actor and writer has made a big splash with his short films, and now directs Emily Skyle
’s “Fluffenhaus: The Comeback of a Pop Icon,” with an screening here September 17th.
Kruse, a Chicago area native, studied acting at New York University and focused primarily on film performance and creation. He came back here after a stint in Los Angeles, to focus on his craft and develop projects of interest in an environment where he has a sense of familiarity.
It was his recent short, ‘Anti Narrative Number 4.’ an award-winning and hilarious meditation on fame and self consciousness, that caught the attention of screenwriter Emily Skyle
. She recognized that his directorial sensibility would be perfect for her pop music satire, “Fluffenhaus, The Comeback of a Pop Icon.”Jeremy Kruse
and friend during the filming of ‘Fluffenhaus: