Jeanette Buck is an independent artist working in film and theater. She has written, stage managed, and directed for film and theater. She has taught stage management, directing and screenwriting courses as an assistant professor at Ohio University.
Her critically acclaimed feature film debut Out of Season, which she produced and directed, was honored at the Los Angeles Outfest where she received the Outstanding Emerging Talent award. The film was screened in film festivals throughout the U.S. and internationally and was then picked up for distribution and released theatrically. Her short, Lie Together has screened at San Francisco Frameline, LAOutfest, Chicago Reeling and other festivals. Her short film Kiss on the Bosphorus is in post production.
There Are No Strangers, her one-woman play was selected for the New York Theater Workshop's New Play Development workshop, received it's first full professional production at Theatre J in Washington D.C. and was later performed at The Michigan Women's Music Festival, and opened at the Goldman Theater. In Washington DC, she has directed Gretty Good Time, Open Hearts, and Father John says a Hail Mary.
She retains her Actor’s Equity card and has worked as a theatrical stage manager in the D.C. area and as a stage manager for music festivals throughout the country.