Jeremy Chilnick is an Emmy-nominated writer and producer. He is currently Partner & COO full-service New York-based production studio Warrior Poets, where he oversees all aspects of production for film, television and digital content.
Since co-founding Warrior Poets, Chilnick has written and produced multiple films and television series, including the critically acclaimed and IDA Award-winning CNN television series “Morgan Spurlock Inside Man”, the Shopocalypse-chronicling documentary What Would Jesus Buy?, as well as the official Cannes selection The Third Wave.
Chilnick is a Producer of the upcoming documentary inspired by Robert Sullivan’s New York Times bestselling book, titled Rats, which will have its world premiere at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival. Chilnick also serves as Executive Producer of the upcoming documentaries The Eagle Huntress, The Pistol Shrimps and Vlogumentary and is co-writing and producing the untitled film about Hollywood Superagent Sue Mengers based on Brian Kellow’s bestselling biography Can I Go Now: The Life of Sue Mengers, Hollywood’s Superagent.
Chilnick has served as either co-writer and producer or executive producer on a wide range of film, television and digital projects, including Showtime’s “7 Deadly Sins”, and the films Where in the world is Osama Bin Laden?, the Emmy and WGA nominated “The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special: In 3-D! On Ice!”, Freakonomics, Pom Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold, Comic-Con: Episode IV – A Fan’s Hope, Mansome, and One Direction: This is Us.
In addition to his film and television work, Chilnick has been at the forefront of digital content creation at Warrior Poets, having led Hulu’s push into original programming with their first series, “A Day in the Life”, as well as helping ignite Yahoo’s original content strategy with the satirical MANSOME. More recent digital projects include the launch of the new channel, SMARTish, in partnership with Maker Studios.