Jerome Kruin

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Jerome Kruin


Profile Details

  • Country:   Canada
  • Province/State:   Ontario
  • City:   Toronto
  • How do you Identify?:   Black
  • Field of Work:   Fiction/Scripted
  • Union:   Non-Union
  • Interested In:   TV Writing Room, Directing Film/Digital for Hire, and Directing Music Videos/Commercials
  • Recent Credits:   Harley Davidson – “Road Rules” (Commercial), Infiniti – “Nightfall” (Commercial), Nike - "Dream" (Commercial)
  • Favourite Movies:   Goldeneye, Seven, Malcolm X, Lethal Weapon, Die Hard, Man on Fire, The Goonies, The Lost Boys
  • Favourite TV Shows:   Insecure, Luther, Top Boy, ZeroZeroZero, Narcos, Game of Thrones, Atlanta
  • Pitch a Project:   Castle in the Air: A black orphan boy unlocks his telekinetic abilities and must face dangerous forces who want to harness his power for evil. Along the way, he and his misfit friends save their community from violence and discover the meaning of family.
  • Contact Information: | 1.416.837.8848
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Jerome Kruin is a passionate writer and director who creates innovative stories through moving pictures. He jump-started his career by collaborating with award-winning filmmakers Kevin Bray and Julien “Director X” Lutz. Jerome’s distinct style is a visually stunning rollercoaster ride that is musically charged with a vibrant sense of beauty, colour, and composition. His intuitive creative insight and vast knowledge of Film & TV Production, Film History, Screenwriting, Color Correction, Visual Effects, Music, and Pop Culture have allowed him to successfully penetrate a variety of mediums, such as Short Films, Commercials, Branded Videos, and Music Videos. Over the years, Jerome’s flair for energetic, high impact, stylized Music Videos for Universal Music, Sony Music, Virgin, and Warner Records has reached into the world of Advertising, where he has successfully written, directed, and produced several spots for Infiniti, Nike, Under Armour, and Harley Davidson. In 2015, Jerome won the PAGE International Screenwriting Awards – TV Drama Pilot – Silver Prize for an original TV show spec script titled “Chasers.” Jerome maintains the same calibre of standards no matter what genre he works in making him one of the most sought-after filmmakers in recent years.


The need and want to express myself as a filmmaker of colour brings me to BIPOC/Film in Colour. I have a vivid imagination and I would like to tell universal stories that explore history, love, race and politics from a non-western point of view. I am currently developing several original one-hour TV Show Specs in the following genres: Drama, SyFy, Fantasy, and Action.