Jared Moshé is a writer/director/producer with over 10 years experience in the film industry. Most recently he wrote and directed DEAD MAN’S BURDEN, an award winning western, which critics called, ""IMPRESSIVE. A remarkable widescreen western. A debut feature with impressive command of tone and style, reverberant with echoes of 'True Grit,' 'Unforgiven' and 'The Searchers.'" He produced SILVER TONGUES, nominated for a 2012 Independent Spirit Award, and CORMAN’S WORLD: EXPLOITS OF A HOLLYWOOD REBEL (2011 Festival de Cannes, 2011 Sundance Film Festival).
His previous credits include the Independent Spirit Award-nominated documentary KURT COBAIN ABOUT A SON (2006 Toronto Film Festival); DESTRICTED (2006 Sundance Film Festival, 2006 Cannes Critics Week); LOW AND BEHOLD (2007 Sundance Film Festival); and BEAUTIFUL LOSERS (2008 SXSW Film Festival, 2008 Locarno Film Festival).
In 2006, Moshé helped found Sidetrack Films, the financing and production company behind the Emmy-nominated documentary FAVELA RISING, where he managed $5 million dollars in film investments. While there he crafted innovative and successful distribution strategies with brands such as Nike, Diesel Watches, and Boost Mobile to release the company’s film theatrically in the United States.
Prior to that, Moshé was an executive at the Film Sales Company where he was closely involved in the domestic and international sale of over 75 films including MY ARCHITECT; KONTROLL; FAHRENHEIT 9/11; IMAGINE ME AND YOU, and Oscar-winner BORN INTO BROTHELS. He previously worked in development at Magnet Entertainment with Peter Saraf and Ed Saxon during the productions of THE TRUTH ABOUT CHARLIE and ADAPTATION.
His feature-length screenplay The Low Country was a Nichols Fellowship Quarter Finalist and selected to be part of the IFP Market.
Moshé has been a regular panelist and juror at such film festivals as the Toronto Film Festival, SXSW, The Starz Denver Film Festival, The Gen Art Film Festival, The Rio International Film Festival and Independent Film Week. He graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College.