I have an Acting Degree in Theatre, so naturally I write and direct films. I used to work for an insurance company, so naturally I hosted an entertainment podcast called Experts and Intermediates. I have kept a hand-written journal for over five years now, so naturally I should write a blog. When I watch movies, I feel guilty for not reading more books. When I read books, I feel guilty for not knowing about more music. When I listen to music, I feel guilty for not knowing more about anything and everything else. TV has secured its place in my heart, it is ever-present. I am 27 years old.

I believe it is important to make up fake book titles and claim to have written them and send text-messages of movie lines whenever possible.

I can neither write nor effectively quote poetry. It remains elusive.

JASON EAKEN’s CREDITS (videos at bottom)

DIRECTOR:

  1. Reservations (2010) – short film
  2. Trailer: The Movie (co-director) (2009) – short film
  3. Worth Noting (co-director) (2009) – short film
  4. Delicious Breakfast Cereal (II) (2009) – short film
  5. So Early, It’s Late (2008) – short film
  6. Delicious Breakfast Cereal (I) (2008) – short film

WRITER:

  1. Reservations (2010) – short film
  2. Trailer: The Movie (co-writer) (2009) – short film
  3. Worth Noting (co-writer)(2009) – short film
  4. Delicious Breakfast Cereal (II) (2009) – short film
  5. So Early, It’s Late (2008) – short film
  6. Delicious Breakfast Cereal (I) (2008) – short film
  7. Speech and Debate (co-writer) (2002) – feature length film

ACTOR:

  1. Trailer: The Movie (2009) – Henchman
  2. Worth Noting (2009) – Narrator
  3. Delicious Breakfast Cereal (I) (2008) – Blue
  4. Breakfast at Midnight (2003) – Dave

TRAILER: THE MOVIE (2009) – The Trailer…

WORTH NOTING (2009)

DELICIOUS BREAKFAST CEREAL (II) (2009)

9 Responses to “About This Writer”


  1. 1 Sam January 21, 2009 at 7:00 pm

    Hey Jason,

    I’ve resigned myself to the fact that there won’t be a comback special and I’ve just hit the unsubscribe button on your podcast. Bad times.

    On the bright side I’ve just seen something I thought you might appreciate and put in an order. A little something in return for your many hours of entertainment. I didn’t spot anything for BJ though…

    Drop me a postal address and I’ll get the artist to ship it out to you.

    All the best,

    Sam

  2. 2 Cameron June 1, 2009 at 4:11 pm

    Hey Jason,

    I just found your old posted episodes of Experts and Intermediates and I LOVE it–but I wish the old, old episodes were available instead of just the few you have online. Is there any way I could get copies of the old, unposted ones?

    Thanks,
    -Cameron

  3. 3 Jason June 29, 2009 at 5:10 pm

    Um… if you tell me which episodes you’re looking for, I’ll see what I can do, sir.

  4. 4 Large Marge October 29, 2009 at 6:24 pm

    Whoa. Charlie Kaufman let you use a still from his movie to head your blog and he didn’t even mind that you didn’t credit him?

    Man, that’s pretty impressive. I was going to use a still from Brazil on my blog. You know, the awesome shot at the end with Michael Palin wearing that creepy baby mask? Yeah, that one. I was going to use it and then I was going to slap my name on there, but I just wasn’t comfortable with it. Mainly because I didn’t have anything to do with the movie and I didn’t want people to think I was passing off someone else’s art as my own.

    But life is open to interpretation, I guess. One man’s plagiarism is another man’s marketing strategy–or whatever that old maxim is . . .

    • 5 Jason October 29, 2009 at 8:05 pm

      So did you come up with your online name and email on your own? I didn’t notice a disclaimer explaining where you got them. I don’t make money from this site. If Chuck has an issue, I’m sure he’ll let me know.

  5. 6 Chris Johnson January 5, 2010 at 12:48 pm

    Great to hear you on the new BP podcast.

    You mentioned that you were willing to share old episodes, and I’d love to hear episodes #1, 2-7, 8, 11 and 18.

    I’m especially eager to hear the in depth analysis of 2001 you once referred to I believe that was in episode #1 (of course I could be mistaken)

    Best;

    Chris

  6. 8 Z$ January 30, 2010 at 3:35 am

    You should try reading some of Leonard Cohen’s poetry. Look up the poem 1,000 kisses deep. It’s my favorite.

    • 9 Jason January 31, 2010 at 12:15 am

      That’s pretty damn amazing, Zadi. I love how many different versions I found. The poem, which is perfect, and then all sorts of versions and variations on it. Wonderful.


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