Kim Jackson

Co-Founder and President of Entertainment
SingularDTV
After working with Universal Pictures for Steven Spielberg (MUNICH) and Spike Lee (INSIDE MAN), Kim Jackson founded Streetwise Pictures. Her critically acclaimed production, BLUE CAPRICE- seen in theaters across the country- premiered at Sundance and was the opening night film at New Directors/New Films at MoMA. Kim was nominated for a Spirit Award for producing. She has been the driving force behind more than a dozen award-winning and theatrically released independent films including CHILDREN OF GOD and GUNHILL ROAD. She executive-produced KING COBRA, starring James Franco and Christian Slater. She is a selected Artist Academy member of Film Society of Lincoln Center and an alumnus of Simmons College. She co-founded the blockchain entertainment studio SingularDTV, which is producing Alex Winter’s feature-length documentary TRUST MACHINE: THE STORY OF BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY and THE HAPPY WORKER by Duwayne Dunham (HOMEWARD BOUND: THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY and LITTLE GIANTS), executive-produced by David Lynch.

About SingularDTV

Powered by blockchain technology and built on the Ethereum platform, SingularDTV helps filmmakers fundraise, develop and distribute their content. The company’s peer-to-peer ecosystem allows artists to have a direct relationship with their audience. SingularDTV also creates and distributes original content. The company releases Alex Winter’s feature-length documentary TRUST MACHINE: THE STORY OF BLOCKCHAIN theatrically in the US in October. Headquartered in Switzerland, SingularDTV has offices in New York, Los Angeles, and Hong Kong. Follow us @SingularDTV.