Since graduating last spring, filmmaker, graphic artist, and writer, Jason Moloney, has been, as he puts it: “really busy lately.” After doing a great deal of networking all last year, Jason made the move to LA over the summer, and he hit the ground running.
Jason landed his first gig as an Assistant Production Coordinator on Ex-Free, the indie feature produced, written, and directed by veteran African-American actress, Troy Beyer Bailey. He must have been doing something right, because once shooting wrapped, he was asked to stay on as Assistant Editor. After Ex-Free, Jason joined the team of the Fallout: Nuka Break web series as a Production Supervisor. And from there he served as a Production Superviser/Coordinator on Stuck, a new feature with Madeline Zima and Joel David Moore. As I write this, Jason has recently started work as a Production Coordinator on a new — and as yet unnamed — feature that’s in preproduction and will be shot in March. All Jason could tell me about the film is that “our offices are in the center of Beverly Hills, the DP is Igor Meglic, and I’ve already interviewed and brought in a couple of Tufts alum as interns!”
Last but certainly not least, there’s Jason’s personal work. Based on the favorable reception garnered so far by Sold, the short about human trafficking that was his CMS Senior Project, Jason is writing an expanded script on the subject, and it has investors interested.