Jeff Feuerzeig directed, wrote and created from scratch THE DEVIL AND DANIEL JOHNSTON (2006), which forever changed the way documentaries are made through the rare combination of high-class production values and the dismissal of a rule book. The feature film was released theatrically by Sony Picture Classics and has earned ecstatic reviews all over the world, astonishing, enchanting, and devastating audiences. For this work, Feuerzeig won the Best Director prize for a documentary at the Sundance Film Festival 2005. His earlier films include the feature documentary HALF JAPANESE: THE BAND THAT WOULD BE KING (1994) and PBS’ JON HENDRICKS: THE FREDDIE SESSIONS (1990).
Jeff is currently writing and directing THE BAYONNE BLEEDER a feature narrative/documentary hybrid film about the legendary Chuck Wepner who went 15 rounds with Muhammad Ali in 1975 and inspired Sylvester Stallone to write ROCKY.