Los Angeles, California
White Juice is a satirical short film following what happens when a frustrated, yet capable Black advertising executive discovers that a buddy has developed a serum that can bestow upon him the same benefit of the doubt as any white man.
Born in Washington DC, Tahir Jetter is interested in creating compelling narrative films about underrepresented people and overlooked ideas. His NYU short thesis film, Close, and debut feature film, How To Tell You’re A Douchebag, premiered at the 2011 and 2016 Sundance Film Festivals, respectively. The latter film was produced on a $100,000 budget and gained domestic distribution through Viacom, iTunes, Amazon, and Google, and international distribution through Sundance/AMC TV. Since then, Jetter has been awarded TV Directing Fellowships through Sony Pictures Program and Warner Brothers Television. He is currently developing several ideas for feature films and television.