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Jasmine Jewet

This Brooklyn born, queer, creative decided to pursue directing after graduating from Howard University with a B.A. in Radio TV & Film. Jasmine Jewet's unique talent, eye for visuals, and love for the process drew her to enroll and graduate from SCAD-Atlanta with a M.F.A in TV & Film where she produced, wrote, directed, and edited multiple short films.

Inspired by prolific filmmakers that tell stories across genres in both the feature and episodic world, Jasmine's films often center around family and identity, showcasing BIPOC humans on screen. She was selected as a 2022 fellow into the Blackmagic Collective Filmmaker Advancement Initiative and the Alliance of Woman Directors Black Director Advancement Initiative (Cohort 2). Her short films have been selected in multiple film festivals around the world, even garnering semi finalist and finalist nominations. Some of Jasmine’s work has won Best Actress with the film “Daddy's Girl”, been featured in Bronze Lens Film Festival for the short docu-series “Been a SneakHerhead”, and won Best Ensemble and Honorable Mention for Best Female Director with "CAKE". Jasmine’s most recent short film, “Cherry” is currently in the film festival circuit.

Jasmine has worked as a Director's Assistant and Producer's Assistant for television shows and features, as well supporting a founder of production company Proximity Media.


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