Kareem Mortimer

Kareem Mortimer first started his career in the film industry when he wrote and served as one of the producers for the '1998 Bahamas Games Documentary' at the age of seventeen. Since then, Kareem has made short music documentaries for the NBC show 'Hip Hop Nation: Notes from the Underground'; produced the film Varmint Day, was the winner of Best Comedy at the Made In Miami Film Festival; served as a producer and edited the feature length documentary 'Where I'm From' and the short narrative, 'Chance'; he also produced and directed 'The Eleutheran Adventure', then won the 2006 Audience Award for Best Documentary at the Bahamas International Film Festival; Directed the documentary 'Chartered Course'; 'The Life of Sir Durward Knowles'; and has written and directed the short Narrative film 'Float' that has won 5 international awards and is distributed in North America, Germany, France, Austria and Australia. Premiering at 2009's BIFF was the documentary he created called 'I Am Not A Dummy', and also in 2009, he directed the documentary 'SHE', as well as the highly anticipated feature film 'Children Of God'. 'Wind Jammers' is his second narrative feature.