Jason Mckee


With over 13 years of professional experience in the film industry, Jason McKee has worked in a variety of positions. These positions range from: Production Assistant, where he got his start on the low budget action flick “WHACKED!” in 2001 to Visual Effects Supervisor on the horror film “John Carpenter’s The Ward” in 2010. For the past 8 years Jason McKee has been a full-time VFX Supervisor/Artist/Editor for North by Northwest Entertainment in Spokane, WA. His VFX credits included the aforementioned “John Carpenter’s The Ward”, “The Big Bang”, “The River Murders” (for which he directed the opening title sequence) and countless other films. Jason McKee has also acted in the films “The Choke” and “Wrong Turn at Tahoe” (in which he was shot dead by Cuba Gooding Jr.). Jason McKee directed his first short film entitled “Lady Luck case no. 37” in the winter of 2009. “Lady Luck case no. 37” is a black & white noir mystery done in the style of old Hollywood. Released in 2010 this film received rave reviews by critics and fans alike and has won multiple awards, not the least of which was the “Gold SpIFFy” for BEST SHORT FILM at the Spokane International Film Festival. “’63 Comet” (2012) marks Jason McKee’s second film and has already nabbed multiple awards, such as: “Gold SpIFFy” for the Audience and Jury Prize for “BEST FILM of the NORTHWEST” at the Spokane International Film Festival. “’63 Comet” was also part of the OFFICIAL SELECTION at the Raindance Film Festival in London (2012). Jason McKee has edited multiple feature films including “The Merry Grangiers” for director Serena Belesby and “Different Drummers” for Lyle Hatcher and Don Caron. He’s also currently writing multiple screenplays and developing multiple feature films. One of which is an adaptation of “Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart”.




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