We’re still adding videos and captures from Jemima’s other projects, such as guest appearances on TV Shows. Today we added photos and captures from:
Jemima attended the Refinery29 and Beachside Productions Strangers TV Series party at The Metrograph Theater on September 27 in New York City. She seemed happy hanging out with the rest of the cast and crew from the series.
EDIT: All pics has been replaced with HQ versions.
This is such exciting news! Jemima is joining a new series made by Netflix and can’t wait to get more information about this!
Girls‘ alumna Jemima Kirke is set to recur opposite Emma Stone and Jonah Hill in the high-profile 10-episode Netflix series Maniac. Character details are being kept under wraps.
Maniac, written by Patrick Somerville based on the 2014 Norwegian series, revolves around the fantasy worlds of Hill and Stone’s characters. Filming is underway on the Paramount TV/Anonymous Content dark comedy in New York City, with Cary Fukunaga set to direct all episodes.
Kirke co-starred opposite Lena Dunham as Jessa on all six seasons of Girls. She can be seen in the recently released The Little Hours and recently wrapped a starring role in Untogether, written and directed by Emma Forest. She’s repped by CAA and MGMT Entertainment.
Source: Deadline (US)
You can watch Strangers online now at Facebook Watch and so far has three episodes been released. We don’t know which episode(s) Jemima will appear in but we will keep you posted!
New York is Dead is going to premiere on The New York Television Festival and perhaps Jemima will attend! Lets hope so! The event is on October 23-28 in New York, obviously.
The New York Television Festival has announced their official selections for their Independent Pilot Competition which include 52 original television and digital pilots and series, 37 of those being world premieres. This year’s festival, which takes place October 23-28 at the Helen Mills Theater and Event Space in New York, puts the spotlight on diverse and independent voices including projects from and about women of color, as well as the Latino and LGBTQ community.
“There’s been a promising movement in television to foster and promote creators with wide-ranging and diverse experience and points of view – and I think we’re seeing those efforts come to fruition with this year’s slate. The goal of NYTVF has always been to identify the very best stories, and connect the creators of these projects with our industry partners. Seeing such a spectrum of voices being elevated organically this year, it’s heartening, and hopefully a bellwether of things to come,” said Terence Gray, executive director of the NYTVF in a statement.