Jeremy Chua 

Executive Producer
Potocol Pte. Ltd

Jeremy Chua is a Singaporean film producer and screenwriter based in Paris. In 2010, he started his career as a programming assistant at independent art centre, The Substation Singapore. Then moved to Paris in 2012 to work at curatorial label for visual art, Lowave. Since 2014, he founded Potocol, a film company focused on development and co-production of independent Asian films. He wrote and co-produced his first film, "A Yellow Bird" by K. Rajagopal, which premiered at Cannes Critics’ Week 2016. He has also produced "A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery" (Silver Bear, Berlinale 2016), "A Family Tour" by Ying Liang (Opening Film, International Competition Locarno 2018), "Rehana Maryam Noor" by Abdullah Mohammad Saad (Cannes Un Certain Regard 2021), "Autobiography" by Makbul Mubarak (FIPRESCI Award, Venice 2022), "Glorious Ashes" by Bui Thac Chuyen (Golden Balloon, Nantes 2022), "Tomorrow is a Long Time" by Jow Zhi Wei (Berlinale 2023), "Inside the Yellow Cocoon Shell" by Pham Thien An (Camera d'Or, Cannes 2023) and "Last Shadow at First Light" by Nicole Midori Woodford (San Sebastian 2023). He is an alumnus of EAVE Ties That Bind 2013, Produire au sud 2016, Berlinale Talents 2017, SEAFIC 2017 and Torino Film Lab 2018. He works under Marco Mueller and Jia Zhangke at Pingyao International Film Festival since 2017 and was previously consulting for Sheffield Docs and Jeddah Red Sea Film Festival.