Jay Hollinsworth is an Austin-based American filmmaker specializing in quirky feature-length indie films and music videos. Previously, he has worked for film cooperatives such as Chicago Filmmakers and the Center for New Television and has worked as a Production Designer on other filmmakers' indie films.
Watch Streaming Films By Jay Hollinsworth:
Prayer for the Blacktop Survivors (2000)
After losing his job as a telemarketer, a slacker returns to his childhood home to find direction for his life and ends up forging a deep bond with his older brother.
Watch two videos: Jay Hollinsworth’s trailer for the Austin Underground Film Festival and a Bazura Project skit starring Richard Wolstencroft.
The third Austin Underground Film Festival is screening films by Andre Perkowski, Don Hertzfeldt, Leah Meyerhoff, Jay Hollinsworth, Jon Clark and more.
The 3rd annual Tucson Film & Music Festival is screening a music video directed by Jay Hollinsworth, plus films by Greg Kohs, Sacha Gervasi, Ari Gold and more.
For the DVD release of Broken, if they gave out Oscars for most original “bonus” feature, Jay Hollinsworth would surely win one for this.
The fourth annual New Haven Underground Film Festival is screening a new music video by Jay Hollinsworth; plus films Get Thrashed, We Like to Drink and more.
This is just a quick reminder that Jay Hollinsworth’s Broken is playing for one night only tonight at NYC’s Pioneer Theater.
This is a few months off, but writer/director Jay Hollinsworth says that his feature film Broken will be playing at NYC’s famous Pioneer Theater in November.
Broken is a subdued, surreal comedy by Jay Hollinsworth about a hapless telemarketer who moves back home after losing his girlfriend.