Iteration 13

Iteration 13 is a punchy thriller that pits two individuals against one another in a fight for life with a sci-fi spin

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Title: Iteration 13

Producer/Director: Jaire George

Cast: Chuck Williams, Sam Dobbs, Eddie George, Richmond Chaffin

Runtime: 6:08 minutes

Director Statement:

Iteration 13 is a punchy thriller with a sci-fi spin. I truly enjoyed every moment I had working on this film, from the conception of the idea to the final edit. As I was coming up with the story, the concept of self-preservation and survival kept eating at me. I knew I wanted to pit two individuals against one another in a fight for life but I also knew there was a more exciting and more relevant narrative to tell. In this curiosity, the sci-fi vibe of the story was integrated and the script for Iteration 13 was born. Without giving spoilers, the growing reality of Artificial Intelligence and the moral grayness that surrounds the issue was a huge influence on the story. Iteration 13 is a film that I hope straps audiences in for a fun ride while also opening eyes to a possible, and, quite frankly, unsettling future. 

Director Biography - Jaire George

Jaire George is a 22 year old film director from Nashville, Tennessee, born to author-poet, Aungela Wood and NFL Legend turned thespian, Eddie George. With this combination,Jaire’s love and passion for storytelling was inevitable. As a young kid, Jaire became engrossed in the magic of movies. He fell in love with the worlds, adventures, and possibilities the silver screen provided.

A self-taught pianist, Jaire initially wanted to combine his love for film with his love for music, composing scores for shorts. However, once he got his hands on a camera, his attention quickly shifted to the art of directing. An accomplished athlete in his own right, Jaire attended Vanderbilt University on a full athletic scholarship, playing football in the highly competitive SEC. Upon graduating, Jaire entered the film community in Nashville, working on numerous music videos and commercials around the city.

He has written, directed, and produced a number of short films and is continuously raising the bar with each project. In addition to his work in film, Jaire also works as a camera operator for The Garth Brooks Stadium Tour, helping to bring the show alive for audiences.

Jaire has his eyes set on film school, aspiring to earn his MFA in Film and Television Production. If you ask him where he wants to be in 10 years, he will no doubt say on a movie set directing the next adventure that will sweep audiences off their feet.




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