Jennifer Prediger is a New York City/Los Angeles-based actress, writer, and director known for the films 'Uncle Kent' (2011), 'Red Flag' (2012), and 'Apartment Troubles' (2014)-her directorial debut with collaborator Jess Weixler.Prediger starred in 'Uncle Kent', a film directed by Joe Swanberg that premiered... Show more »
Jennifer Prediger is a New York City/Los Angeles-based actress, writer, and director known for the films 'Uncle Kent' (2011), 'Red Flag' (2012), and 'Apartment Troubles' (2014)-her directorial debut with collaborator Jess Weixler.Prediger starred in 'Uncle Kent', a film directed by Joe Swanberg that premiered at Sundance in 2011 and was purchased by IFC. She has also gone to Sundance with 'The Foxy Merkins' in 2014 (dir. Madeleine Olnek) and 'A Teacher' in 2013 (dir. Hannah Fidell). She has a co-starring role as love interest and obsessed fan in the Gotham Award nominated comedy 'Red Flag' (dir. Alex Karpovsky), released by Tribeca Film. Prediger also has leading roles in microbudget films 'Richard's Wedding' (dir. Onur Tukel) and 'Pollywogs' (dir. Karl Jacob with co-star Kate Lyn Shiel).She has supporting roles in 'The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes' (dir. Nancy Andrews) and 'Valedictorian' (dir. Matthew Yeager) premiering at the Rotterdam Film Festival January 2015.She also appears in 'Uncle Kent 2' (dir. Todd Rohal) and '7 Chinese Brothers' (dir. Bob Byington) starring Jason Schwartzman, both of which premiered at this year's SXSW festival. Earlier this year, The New York Times called her a "busy indie actress". She plays opposite Max Casella in Applesauce (dir. Onur Tukel) which premiered at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival.'Apartment Troubles' (formerly Trouble Dolls) is her first feature film as a director and writer, co-directed and written with Jess Weixler. The film stars Prediger and Weixler and features Megan Mullally, Will Forte and Jeffrey Tambor, and was released by Gravitas in spring 2015.As a journalist, Prediger wrote for and produced videos for Newsweek.com, Nerve.com, Grist.org, Current TV and Washingtonpost.com. She's been a commentator on NPR's All Things Considered and was a contributed some jokes to The Onion and voice overs to Onion Radio News. She wrote and was the on-line personality for a workplace advice column called HEY PENNY for Slate V. Prediger also played the character and wrote and directed 'Ask Umbra', the "world's most trusted eco advice columnist," on Grist.org. Show less «
Jennifer Prediger's FILMOGRAPHY
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...