Jim Dziura

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Jim Dziura is an American film director, cinematographer, and editor. His work often involves heavily music-related themes and his subjects are often marginalized members of society. His work includes the feature-documentary Whiskey on a Sunday (2006) about the rock band Flogging Molly for which Jim was awarded a Platinum disc from the RIAA, the short documentary film Steel Don't Bend (2007) about modern-day hobos, the short documentary film That's Life (2007) about punk rock icon Duane Peters, the 10-episode Road to the Throwdown series (2008) about the rock band The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, and the feature-length documentary Number One with a Bullet (2008) produced by QD3 and starring Ice Cube, KRS-One, Young Buck, B-Real, Obie Trice, Jerry Heller, and Damon Dash. The film was the opening night film at the 2008 Hollywood Film Festival and additionally screened at 2009 South by Southwest Film Festival. In 2001, Jim directed a feature-length documentary about Swedish musician Moneybrother for Red Bull[citation needed].

Jim has directed and/or edited commercials for Sprite, Boost Mobile, Nike, Inc., the Virginia Tobacco Settlement Fund, Ford Motor Company and Interscope Records.

Jim often works closely with director Doug Pray.

Jim has a BA from Colorado College and currently lives in Los Angeles.


  • Scratch: All the Way Live (2004)- cinematographer, editor
  • Whiskey on a Sunday (2005)- director, cinematographer, editor
  • Infamy (2005)- second unit director
  • Steel Don't Bend (2006)- co-director
  • That's Life (2007)- director, cinematographer, editor
  • Big Rig (2008)- gaffer
  • Number One with a Bullet (2008)- director, cinematographer, editor
  • Start a Fire (2011)- director, editor[citation needed]

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