While finishing high school in Austin, Texas, Jordan felt something was calling him to make movies. His short film ‘When Life Gives You Lemons’ garnered his first SXSW acceptance at the age of 18; thus begun his journey, dropping out of film school in favor of apprenticeships and crew gigs that eventually gave way to directing music videos, documentaries, branded content and narrative films. His first feature length documentary ‘Rush Brothers’ – a crowdfunded basketball film – is available on DirecTV and ATT Uverse via the Audience Network. He recently premiered ‘Goodbye, Old Glory’ – a short expose into the recent Confederate monument takedowns across the country – at the New Orleans Film Festival. Today he resides in Austin where you’ll probably find him either running the trail or at Alamo Drafthouse.
The splash page on my website has my most current directing reel: http://www.jordanharo.net/