Julia Willoughby Nason
In 2007, Jenner Furst was on the ground floor of "Brick City" packaging and selling the acclaimed 11-Hour Docuseries for Sundance Channel. He went on to win a Peabody Award with Veteran Filmmakers Marc Levin, Mark Benjamin and Oscar-Winner Forest Whitaker. The team then developed "Chicagoland" an 8-Hour Docuseries for CNN, which Furst Senior Produced with Executive Producer Robert Redford. Furst founded The Cinemart in 2011 with Julia Willoughby Nason to create and produce signature, handmade work in a boutique setting. The company produced "Welcome to Leith" which premiered in competition at Sundance and went on to earn Furst and Nason Emmy Nominations. The Cinemart formed a partnership with Jay Z to produce "TIME: The Kalief Browder Story". Furst Co-Created, Executive Produced and Directed the 6-Part Series for Spike TV, drawing in over 40 Million viewers during it's broadcast and going on to earn an IDA nomination. Furst is currently Co-Directing "REST IN POWER: The Trayvon Martin Story" with Julia Willoughby Nason for Jay Z and the Paramount Network. Furst is set to direct several forthcoming projects from his Brooklyn-based studio, and continues to develop premium content with Nason and their team.