Unending is your typical creepy puppet movie about a doomsday-prepping family who agree to foster a child at the start of the apocalypse. 28-years later, they're all still alive, despite their best efforts.
Unending begins buried eight-feet underground, dark, but for few beams of light that peek from a couple of covered windows that reach above ground, barely leaking in sun from outside. Day in, day out, Hoss is dutifully taken care of by his “ward,” Rusty, who gets him up, gives him his painkiller, then gets him back down; ad infinitum. Meanwhile, the legless and elderly couple, Yipp and Yapp, slowly fester away, forgotten in their corner, discarded like yesteryear’s trash, waiting to die. These ceaseless days have not changed for decades. Today must be the day Rusty brings himself to finally leave his “father.”
Currently, in pre-production for this new cinematic narrative work, Jeremey has directed short films and music videos for bands and art installations over the years and currently produces as KORREA Productions.
Jeremey Catterton directed music videos
4/3/21 -Happy to say we're rolling into pre-production and organizing our primary puppet test-shoot. Every team Forms, Norms, Storms, and disbands. Currently, we're happily Voltron-ing with new hires.
3/3/21 -Thank you SAG-AFTRA for working on us with our feature's contract! Each journey begins with the first step (towards contracts). ;)
1/27/21 -Gearing up for the February 1st SAGA grants application deadline! Here's to film work, working for the community!
Jeremey most recently can be seen in feature film "Alberto and the Concrete Jungle" (2020) directed by Chris Shimojima, winner of best feature film Big apple Film Festival 2021.
Also look for Jeremey in "Execution" from artist/director Stavit Allweis.
From 2007-2016, Jeremey was the founding artistic director of experimental theatre group, Lamb Lays with Lion. After conceiving the manifesto for the "Theatre of Disruption," the company went on to adapt and shock audiences with performances of classic dramatic works like Chekhov's The Seagull and Tennessee William's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, that ratcheted anxiety for the performance and audience to transitory extremes.
Noted for their award-winning rock opera, with Minneapolis band Fort Wilson Riot, Idiguaragua, the Lamb Lays with Lion company fluxuated from as many as 27 members a production to as little as a duo for their touring show, Tenebrism.
Videos of Works
Most notably, Lamb Lays with Lion performed over 20 original works and commissions at the Guthrie Theater, the Walker Art Center, the Southern Theater, The Rude Mechs' Off-Center (Austin, TX), Brooklyn's The Brick Theater, and off-broadway's The Tank.
Rehearsal, Catterton as Lady Bracknell
Production Still @ The Brick Theater, Williamsburg
Promotion for The Brick Theater, Williamsburg
Available on Stitcher, Apple Podcasts, and every major platform, this original narrative podcast is written and performed by Jeremey Catterton with music and co-production by Nicole Tollefson.