Hey, I'm Jon!
Lone Tree, Colorado
Jon Vander Pol is an artist and filmmaker from Lone Tree, Colorado. His debut feature length film, Exported From Michigan, won best documentary honors at three of the seven film festivals it screened in. Before becoming a filmmaker he was an artist and graphic designer. In 1996 he co-founded Infamous Network, an underground art and screen printing business which 22 years later is still producing and distributing progressive art.
Projects I'm Supporting
A sickly young woman's life unravels when she receives a heart transplant and begins to take on her donor's personality traits.
RUNAROUND SUE is a small-town Southern bartender known for breaking hearts... until THE WANDERER comes to town.
Passion & Progress
When people of color set out an ambitious goal to reach their highest potential, only to be faced with societal barriers.
As Senator Ingram stares down an easy reelection, things become unstable when he is diagnosed with a mental illness.
Someone Will Assist You Shortly
A gay hospice nurse climbs back into the closet to care for his abusive dad and the behaviorally challenging nephew he never knew he had.
Kew Gardens Festival of Cinema
Show us your film. We'll show you success.
A Journey From Madness to Forgiveness
Junie & Frank
Frank's granddaughter, Junie, won't answer his calls. So he fibs a little.
How We Eat
A cattle rancher, hunter gatherer, and vegan athlete testify for their choices amidst environmental, nutritional, and economic pressures.
HELP WANTED tells the story of Roger (Jim O'Heir), a retirement-aged gentleman, who is unsuccessfully trying to re-enter the workforce.