James Kerwin

In addition to numerous film festival grand jury prizes, James Kerwin’s work has earned distinctions such as the Webby, the Geekie, Accolade Awards, Telly Awards, the Axiem, the Panavision New Filmmaker Grant, and the R.C. Norris Screenwriting Award. He was named “Best Director” and “Best Screenwriter” by New York Visionfest for “Yesterday Was a Lie” — his feature film debut from Entertainment One and IndiePix — starring Trek’s Kipleigh Brown and Chase Masterson. James’s live stage credits range from classical to modern; he was listed among the Los Angeles Times’ “Faces to Watch” as part of the Lone Star Ensemble theatre group, and has frequently directed for Daniel Henning and Noah Wyle’s Blank Theatre Company. His directing has been honored by critic Paul Birchall for two consecutive years in Back Stage Magazine’s “Best of the Year” list. James’s work has been cited by scholarly organizations and journals such as the Shakespeare Association of America and Shakespeare Newsletter. He recently directed the hit webseries “Star Trek Continues” and the short film “When the Train Stops” starring Michael Forest, John de Lancie, and Rekha Sharma. James is a member of Mensa, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

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