JJ DeCeglie

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JJ DeCeglie
BornJeremy Joseph DeCeglie
1981 (age 40–41)
Fremantle, Western Australia
OccupationWriter/Film-maker
LanguageEnglish
Website
jjdeceglie.com

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Jeremy Joseph ("JJ") DeCeglie (born c. 1981) is a writer/film-maker from Fremantle, Western Australia.

Literary Work[edit]

DeCeglie's first work was an independent published novella the sea is not yet full in 2005.[1] This was followed up by independent limited run of the short story collection In the Same Streets You'll Wander Endlessly in 2008.[2]

In 2010, Fontaine Press published Damned Good, a philosophical poker novel.[3] Damned Good was named Australia's first poker novel by Poker News.[4] [5]

A novella Ennui and Despair, was published in September 2010 by Olympia Press. [6]

Drawing Dead, a neo-noir novel was independently published in 2011.[7] It was re-issued by Fahrenheit Press in 2017. Reviews compared the novel to Bruen, Sallis and Ellroy.

Film career[edit]

In 2013, Jugular,[8] DeCeglie's first feature film (writer/director/producer) premièred at the Melbourne Underground Film Festival, where it won Best Film, Best Director and Best Actor (Gregory Pakis). The film was shot with a one-man crew in Melbourne and had a budget of around $6000.[9][10][11]

His second feature film (writer/director/producer), the comedy Can't Win. Do Try, premièred at CineFestOz in 2016. The film was awarded Best Director and Best Actor (Matt Furlani) at the Melbourne Underground Film Festival 2017.

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