Jack C. Newell is a world-renowned, award-winning filmmaker and public artist.

His feature length documentary 42 Grams, about the restaurant of the same name, is now available on Netflix. He is in post-production on the documentary series How to Build a School in Haiti, about the construction of a single elementary school in rural Haiti. His other narrative feature film credits are: Hope Springs EternalOpen Tables, and the wholly improvised, Close Quarters.

Jack is the Program Director of The Harold Ramis Film School at The Second City, the co-creator of Destroy Your Art, and the co-creator of the public art project, The Wabash Lights.



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