|Occupation||screenwriter and producer|
|Known for||winning a Gemini Award|
Jeremy Boxen is a Canadian filmmaker. He has been a producer or screenwriter on close to a dozen Canadian television series, and won the Gemini Award for Best Writing in a Dramatic Series in 2010. The episode of the series Cra$h and Burn was entitled "Sunday Bloody Sunday".
In 2014 Boxen collaborated with Jonathon Sobol on a script entitled Iron Belly, about the crew and prisoners on a prison ship transporting convicts to Australia. Nicholas Tabarrok of Darius Films was to produce a 10 episode series for Bell Media and BBC America.
- Diane Wild. GEMINI AWARD WINNERS ANNOUNCED, Tv-Eh, 2010-11-03. Retrieved on 2022-02-11.
- Gemini award for best writing in a dramatic series, Awards and winners. Retrieved on 2022-02-11.
- LIFT OUT LOUD April 4 – Guest Moderator Jeremy Boxen. Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of Toronto. Archived from the original on 2021-03-04. Retrieved on 2022-02-11.
- Katie Bailey. Bell Media, BBC America order Iron Belly to script, Playback online, 2014-06-09. Retrieved on 2022-02-12. “Inspired by a family story, Sobol was struggling to write a script about 19th century trans-oceanic prisoner transport ships when he had a chance meeting with writer-showrunner Jeremy Boxen (Lost Girl, End Game) to riff on film ideas.”
- Regan Reid. In Brief: Al Magee joins the NSI Features First program, Playback online, 2017-07-20. Retrieved on 2022-02-12. “Canadian writer and producer Jeremy Boxen (Orphan Black, Killjoys) has joined season two of Universal Cable Production’s Imposters as co-showrunner.”
- Danielle Ng See Quan. Bell Media showrunner bootcamp underway in Toronto, L.A., Playback online, 2013-02-25. Retrieved on 2022-02-11. “Writer/producers Jeremy Boxen, Jenn Engels and Joseph Kay are in the midst of this year’s Bell Media Showrunner Bootcamp, which runs to mid-March.”
- Etan Vlessing. Electus Sells BBC America, HBO Canada on ‘Iron Belly’: The period drama was created by Canadian director Jonathan Sobol and writer Jeremy Boxen and will be co-produced by Darius Films., The Hollywood Reporter, 2014-06-10. Retrieved on 2022-02-12. “Canadian director Jonathan Sobol (The Art of the Steal) created the series along with writer Jeremy Boxen (Lost Girl).”
- Margaret DeRosia. CFC alumni win 2019 WGC awards, Canadian Film Centre, 2019-05-01. Retrieved on 2022-02-12. “This film was also produced by CFC Features, and as part of his speech, Boxen gave a warm shout out to Justine Whyte, Director and Executive Producer, CFC Features, for believing in the project over many years.”