Jeremy Meckler is a 2010 graduate of Macalester College’s Media and Cultural Studies department. Since graduating, he has worked within the Walker Art Center’s Film and Video Department, for the Jerome Foundation’s Film, Video, and Digital Production Grant Program, and occasionally as a freelance videographer. He is a co-founder of the Film Journal Joyless Creatures where he has written reviews and longer feature articles and conducted interviews with filmmakers.
His writing has been published on the Walker Art Center’s website, in print and online in connection with the video work of Ira Sachs, and in the book The Big Lebowski: An Illustrated Annotated History of the Greatest Cult Movie of All Time. He is the co-author of Still Dots, a micro-analysis of Carol Reed’s The Third Man, published by Colpa Press, 2013 and a contributor to World Film Locations: Cleveland, published by the University of Chicago Press in 2016. He is enrolled in the University of Minnesota’s Comparative Studies in Discourse and Society PhD Program.