Warrior Poets promotes Jeremy Chilnick to COO

Morgan Spurlock's New York-based prodco Warrior Poets has promoted former head of production and partner Jeremy Chilnick (pictured) to chief operating officer.
October 15, 2015

New York-based producer Warrior Poets has promoted Jeremy Chilnick to chief operating officer.

Chilnick has been with Warrior Poets – founded in 2004 by Super Size Me director Morgan Spurlock - since its launch, starting as an assistant and going on to serve as a producer, and most recently, head of production and partner.

As COO, the exec will now have oversight of all aspects of film, television and digital development for the company, as well as managing internal productions and content delivery.

Chilnick’s production credits include the documentary What Would Jesus Buy? and official Cannes selection, The Third Wave. The exec also co-wrote, produced and exec produced Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special: In 3-D! on Ice!Freakonomics and POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold.

He also founded and built the company’s digital division, which now partners with Hulu, Yahoo!, AOL and Maker Studios. Additionally, Chilnick has exec produced TV series for Showtime, History, CMT, CNN, and recently A&E.

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