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Jake Bloch
Jake Bloch is a filmmaker and audiovisual entrepreneur from Santa Monica, CA. Most recently, he produced on two feature documentary films, including ESPN's The Little Master and Showtime’s 2015 hit, Kobe Bryant's Muse, which became the most successful sports documentary broadcast in the history of the network.

Jake's creative career started in music. By age 16 he had toured Japan twice as a drummer in a jazz trio. His achievements earned him a scholarship to attend USC in 2007, when Jake simultaneously began pursuing film. Since that time, Jake has continued to produce music and drum on several records, including Amon Tobin's critically-acclaimed, ISAM (2012, Ninja Tune Records).

Combining his backgrounds in music and film, Jake's experiments with new and mixed media have yielded an array of interdisciplinary short films and digital content. In 2013, he produced the video content for Glitch Mob's Love, Death, Immortality album release on YouTube, which debuted #1 on Billboard's electronic music chart. He also produced and composed the Creator's Project animated short, Anamnesia, which garnered digital accolades. His continued collaborations with LA's film and music luminaries are drawing him further into new media and writing.

Entries by Jake Bloch

Awe: Understanding Our Interconnectedness

(24) Comments | Posted October 11, 2011 | 11:30 AM

My short film, Awe, signifies my effort to engage the global media network with the updated tone of interconnectedness. On the surface level, it does so in its interdisciplinary context: it juxtaposes and blurs the lines between science and religion; it features the meshing of music, intellectual narrative, visuals and...

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