Jared Moshe / WRITER/DIRECTOR

New York based writer-director Jared Moshé marks his transition from accomplished producer to the director's chair with the debut of his feature film Dead Man's Burden, a classic Western.

Among Moshé's notable independent production credits, Kurt Cobain About A Son premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and went on to receive a nomination for Best Documentary at the Independent Spirit Awards. The film was produced under Moshé's Sidetrack Films banner, a financing and production company he co-founded.

Other innovative narrative and documentary films produced by Moshé at Sidetrack include the Emmy-nominated documentary Favela Rising; Low and Behold (Sundance Film Festival); and Beautiful Losers (SXSW Film Festival, Locarno Film Festival).

Most recently, Moshé's producing credits include Silver Tongues, nominated for a 2012 Independent Spirit Award, and Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel, a documentary about the legendary Hollywood filmmaker Roger Corman, which played as part of the official selection at the 2011 Festival de Cannes and the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

Prior to his work behind the camera, Moshé's feature-length screenplay The Low Country was a finalist for the Nichols Fellowship and selected to be part of the IFP market.