Jacob Pokluda is a propelling force behind many film projects in Southwestern United States. He has a knack for producing ambitious projects with few resources. His passion for filmmaking is rooted in his desire to tell human stories that transcend all walks of life.
Film credits include Living Gauguin, a Super 16mm feature film where he served as the film's second unit director of photography, and Red Mesa, a 16-minute USC thesis film that he co-produced in New Mexico. Recently, Jacob produced Mirando Al Norte, Jordan, and Retired, a short film directed by Chris Kientz. He was director of photography on Light of Darkness, and is currently line producing a science fiction feature film, "0000", directed by Eddie Alcazar, in New Mexico.