Jeremy LaLonde was nominated for Best Director at the Canadian Comedy Awards for his first feature film “The Untitled Work of Paul Shepard”, in addition to being recognized by the Toronto International Film Festival with the Irving Avrich Award for Emerging Talent in Canadian Film. His short film “Out” premiered at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
His second feature, “Sex After Kids”, premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival, and won Best Feature Film at Film North Huntsville, and Best Comedy Feature at the Edmonton International Film Festival. It has been released internationally and Jeremy won Best Screenplay and Best Director at the Canadian Comedy Awards for it.
Jeremy’s recent BravoFACT short film “Bastards” was chosen for development through the NSI Totally Television Program. His third feature film, “How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town”, recently won the Jury Award for Best Independent Feature at the Edmonton International Film Festival and had it’s US Premiere at Slamdance. It was the opening night film for the Canadian Film Fest where it won Best Costume Design, Best Ensemble Cast, and Best Feature Film. It will be released theatrically in the US and Canada this spring and on VOD in various territories throughout the world.
Jeremy lives in Toronto with his family where he was just awarded with NOW Magazine’s 2015 ‘Best Local Filmmaker’ Reader’s Choice Award. He will be going into production on “The Go-Getters”, his fourth feature film, this spring.