Jared Callahan is a director/producer whose work has been released through Sundance, PBS, The New York Times and world class festivals. He also serves as a speaker, writer, consultant, and pastor based out of an intentional living community in Palo Alto, CA.  LEARN MORE



Saltwater Baptism

Released via The New York Times, Oct 2017

Santiago Gonzalez IV, a first generation Mexican-American, navigates the tensions between his sexuality, nationality, and religion as he prepares for his college graduation. READ MORE

American Moderate

Release Date: PBS, July 2017

As a millennial first time voter from the South, Liz struggles to find herself, and a candidate that represents her, during the 2016 presidential primary.

Janey Makes a Play

Release Date:  July 2016

Follow 90-year-old Janey as she writes and directs her latest original, socially relevant community theatre production for the small town in which she lives.


The Driver is Red

Release date: Film festival circuit  2017/18

This true crime film tells the captivating true story of Zvi Aharoni and the Israeli secret service team that brought down one of the most powerful Nazis on the run. In Argentina, sixteen years after the end of the Holocaust, the team closes in on the murderer in their attempt to bring him to justice. 



On the Fence

Release Date:  2018/19 film festival circuit

Pete escapes a court-mandated drug recovery center in a last chance effort to flee from his problems. When his family cuts ties, Pete must finally face the consequences of his actions. 


Clean Slate

Release Date: Expected 2018    

Josh and Cassidy are desperately trying to stay sober, avoid jail time, and get stable jobs. After learning to write their life stories into a movie script, they focus on making a short film, in an effort to learn job skills and find catharsis. Despite the odds stacked against their success, the two seek reconciliation with their past while trying to build a better future.



Untitled Dan Nelson Film

Release Date: Expected 2019

Facing the terminal diagnosis of ALS, Dan must confront his loneliness, then end of his teaching career, and how he wants to spend the last months of his life.  The incredible story follows Dan as he marries the love of his life and invests his last months building an orphanage in Rwanda