Jeremiah Zagar is a director and editor based in New York City and co-founder of Herzliya Films. His feature-length documentary In A Dream was broadcast on HBO as well as various TV stations internationally and it was distributed in theaters all over the country by IndiePix. The film screened in festivals world-wide, winning awards at the SXSW, Full Frame, Biografilm and San Francisco Documentary festivals among others. In A Dream was shortlisted for an Academy Award and received two 2010 Emmy nominations, including ‘Best Documentary.’
Zagar recently creative-directed seven short films about global childhood malnutrition for Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontieres. The series premiered at the NYTimes Center and has been shown in galleries around the world.
Zagar’s other films as director include Delhi House (KQED, Slamdance), Coney Island, 1945 (Tribeca, SXSW) and Baby Eat Baby. Editorial credits include the feature films Orgasm, Inc and Welcome to Shelbyville as well as theatrical trailers for Sundance-winner Restrepo, The English Surgeon & One In A Billion.