Jeremy Stulberg is a documentary filmmaker, writer, producer and editor. He is a Sundance Documentary Fellow and the recipient of grants from numerous organizations including the New York State Council on the Arts, The Sundance Documentary Fund, The Tribeca Film Institute Documentary Fund, ITVS, The Colin Higgins Foundation, The Arcus Foundation and The Fledgling Fund. 

Jeremy is the producer and editor of GROWING UP COY (NETFLIX) a transgender youth-rights documentary, which was sold to Netflix and released worldwide in 2017 after playing festivals around the world, winning multiple awards. Previously, he directed and produced BROKEN HEART LAND (PBS) an ITVS Co-Production about HIV and homophobia, which premiered on America ReFramed in 2014. That film was the subject of an impact campaign to address homophobia and HIV stigma in the American heartland, and has been cited as the motivation for the change in local anti-discrimination laws in Oklahoma. Jeremy's debut feature as director/producer was OFF THE GRID: LIFE ON THE MESA (SUNDANCE CHANNEL) which premiered on The Sundance Channel after winning 8 best documentary prizes at festivals around the world, as well as being nominated for a Gotham Award. 

He has also produced and/or edited nationally airing social-issue documentaries such as THE EDUCATION OF SHELBY KNOX (PBS, POV),  YOUNG LAKOTA (INDEPENDENT LENS), as well as topical series such as WOMAN WITH GLORIA STEINEM.




“An insightful study of an alternative American lifestyle… The Stulbergs, whose film's stunning look is a combination of good cinematography and a majestic New Mexican landscape, achieved marvelous access to what has to be a very closed and insular community, given where and how the inhabitants choose to live. The various characters come to vivid life.” – John Anderson, Variety

Jeremy interviewed on Gothamist.com


Jeremy on Utah Public Radio

Jeremy on Oklahoma Public Radio

Jeremy interviewed in Gay City News








Growing Up Coy in The New York Times  

Growing up Coy in The Guardian UK

Jeremy and his husband Eric Juhola interviewed on WNYC's The Takeaway