Jon Fine
Jon Fine

Jon’s a filmmaker and musician. Over the years he’s worked as a producer, DP, director and editor. His work as a producer includes “Still Bill” about songwriter Bill Withers, “The After Party” featuring Andre 3000, Professor Cornel West and a young senator Barack Obama, and “Jazz Days” a series of global concerts sponsored by UNESCO and The Monk Institute of Jazz with Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan and many legends of music. His work as director includes “Herbie Hancock’s Possibilities”, the award winning short film “Flavio” and music videos for artists including Antibalas, Kaki King, Lionel Loueke, Lizz Wright, Soulive, Herbie Hancock and Derek Trucks. He’s shot videos for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and edited videos for The Kings of Leon. As an editor, he’s cut campaigns for Apple, GAP, Puma, installations for Barney’s, RAA and the 2015 Milan World’s Fair, and films with The Rainforest Alliance, Goods for Good, Amazon Aid and (RED). His films have screened at festivals worldwide and on HDNet, Showtime, BET, MTV and PBS. Most recently, Jon’s producing Kids Against Malaria, a multi-media music and video project in partnership with UNICEF, USAID, Angelique Kidjo and students from Benin’s CIAMO school of music to raise awareness around malaria treatment and prevention in West Africa.