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The Kerri Edelman Show presents Film Maker Jeremy Campbell

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Jeremy Campbell was born February 15th, 1984.  He grew up with one constant companion, which was movies.  At the age of ten, he would profess to One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest as being his favorite movie.  He had an inherent understanding of story at a young age. It was as a teenager that he stumbled upon the manuscript for A Nightmare on Elm Street in a local comic book store.  It grabbed his imagination and pointed him even more firmly in the direction of story telling and the art of directing.  Here he had a script written by its own director, and written as such he realized what it was a director really did.  With this knowledge he went forward with a new dream on his shoulders. Life though has its way of beating the dreams out of the young. Coming from a large family, who at times struggled to make ends meet, Jeremy was thrust into the work force quickly. It was just as quickly that his dream faded away to a memory, but it was still always there just hiding beneath the surface. He still found other ways of telling stories. He would tell them to the children that he worked with at the local daycare for a time and at the local library. It wasn’t until he got married at the age of 26 that he found his dream again and decided it was worth dusting off. It all began again with a story about his childhood growing up in Arlington, Texas that he wanted to share with the world. Things eventually grew from that story to him picking his dream back up and running with it, to get him to where he is today. Jeremy currently has numerous short films, including ‘The Horror Club’ and ‘Try To Survive,' under his belt, and is hoping soon to be able to finance a feature film.  His short most recent short film is 'Velvet Vengeance,' and his films have been featured in film festivals and nominated for awards. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/13thElmFilms

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