Kim Jackson has over 15 years experience in creating and delivering high quality projects in film, broadcast media and commercial.
As a New York producer and production coordinator, Kim's feature credits include INSIDE MAN, directed by Spike Lee, starring Clive Owen, Denzel Washington and Jodi Foster, MUNICH, directed by Steven Spielberg and CLICK starring Adam Sandler, directed by Frank Coraci. As producer, Kim's credits are 5G, directed by Alesandro Tanaka, YOUNG AMERICANS, Starring Lucas Haas, PEDAL FOOT, starting Tom Noonan, directed by Ben Hayflick, award winning CHILDREN OF GOD, directed by Kareem Mortimer, TUB a 2010 Official Sundance Selection, directed by Bobby Miller, the 2010 Hamptons Film Festival selection TRAN.SI.TIONS directed by Mark Lee, official 2011 Sundance competition selection, GUN HILL ROAD, directed by Rashaad Green and GOOD INTENTIONS, directed by Soraya Salene. Kim is currently in production on the feature, BLUE CAPRICE, directed by Alexandre Moors, THE SHELLS directed by Max Finneran and a documentaru, THE WAVEMAKER, directed by Kiira Benzing.
Ms. Jackson got her start in Boston and taught the Film Industry course at Boston University and is the former Director of Education at the Boston Film Video Foundation. After a stint in Los Angeles, she worked with Disney/Touchstone Television in Business Development for ABC's well-respected hour-long series, ONCE AND AGAIN and BOY MEETS WORLD. On to New York, Kim served as the Director of Programs for the nations premier film and television writing school, Writers Boot Camp and was a featured guest on NPR's Leonard Lopate Show.
Including features and documentaries, Ms. Jackson has been active in the production of film festivals, including the Malibu Celebration of Film, serving as Executive Director and was the festival consultant at the SIEDC for the first annual Staten Island Film Festival. Kim has also served as Festival Operations Manager, Programmer and Special Events Director for film festivals including, Tribeca Film Festival, Hamptons International Film Festival, Freedom Cinema Festival and The Global Peace Film Festival.
She is currently teaching "The Producer's Craft" course in the Media Studies Program at The New School University. Kim has served as judge for the Day Time Emmy's and jury member for the Hamptons International Film Festival student short film competition, the SVA Dusty Film Festival and the NYU First Run Film Festival.