James "Jamie" Bruce

Background: Throughout his career, James Bruce has gone back and forth from scripted to non-scripted, given him the ability not only how to tell stories, but having worked on all facets of the business, be it camera, sound, editing, producing, directing, or writing, has given him deep knowledge of the process from all perspectives. His strength is in getting difficult projects off the ground and make sure they get done on time and on budget. He began his film career working in production on French director, Louis Malle’s Atlantic City and My Dinner with André; then as editor on the feature film, Alamo Bay, and documentary, God’s Country. Bruce first started working in Reality Television on Survivor (Emmy Nomination)and The Apprentice (2 Emmy Nominations) as senior producer/director. Later, he executive produced and show ran non-scripted series for NBC, Fox, ABC, CNBC, TNT, Bravo and Lifetime. Additionally, he directed several scripted television series, documentaries and independent features. Bruce also produced the feature film Oka!, set in the equatorial forest of the Congo Basin which premiered at the Telluride Film Festival. Oka! was the first, and only, feature film ever produced in the Central African Republic. 

Expertise: Throughout his career, Jamie has gone back and forth from scripted to non-scripted, given him the ability, not only, how to tell stories, but having worked on all facets of the business, be it camera, sound, editing, producing, directing, or writing, has given him deep knowledge of the process from all perspectives. His strength is in getting difficult projects off the ground and make sure they get done on time and on budget. There is no challenge that he will not successfully overcome; most of the time, cheerfully.

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