Jeremiah Hayes is most well known for editing, and has 3 known credits, of which 3 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Jeremiah Hayes’s movies you should definitely watch Reel Injun (2010) Jeremiah has worked on!
The best rated movie Jeremiah Hayes has been a part of is the documentary, western movie Reel Injun, where they had the role of editing. It has a rating 7.5 on IMDb.
Jeremiah Hayes worked on this documentary movie as editing.
In Dear Audrey Jeremiah Hayes was worked as director, editor, director of photography, producer, writer. This documentary movie has a rating on 9.5 on IMDb.
Jeremiah Hayes is most known for editing. Jeremiah has worked on 3 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Reel Injun, which has a score of 0.0.
2010 . Documentary, Western . 1h 26m
Executive producer. The evolution of the depiction of Native Americans in film, from the silent era until today, featuring clips from hundreds of movies and candid interviews with famous directors, writers and actors, Native and non-Native: how their image on the screen transforms the way to understand their history and culture.
Documentary . 52 m
Executive producer. In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, Canadian billionaire Frank Stronach offers inner-city evacuees 5 years free rent in rural Louisiana to help “break the circle of poverty”.
2021 . Documentary . 1h 29m
Executive producer. Martin Duckworth is a staunch defender of peace and justice and one of Quebec’s most important documentary filmmakers. Helped by his 47-year-old daughter, who is on the autism spectrum, the octogenarian supports his wife, photographer and activist Audrey Schirmer, through the final stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Characterized by captivating resilience and strength, this moving biography soberly directed by Jeremiah Hayes allows Duckworth to reflect candidly on the key personal and professional moments of the couple’s lives. Dear Audrey tells a story marked by incredible twists and turns and a consistent attitude toward challenges. The film takes place more in the present than the past, becoming a powerful testimonial to the growing and unshakable love of a husband for his wife.