|Girls||2015 2012 - 2015||Director||n/a||4|
|New Girl||2012 2012||Director||n/a||4|
|The Mindy Project||2012 2012||Director||n/a||4|
|Nurse Jackie||2014 2013 - 2014||Director||n/a||4|
|Important Things with Demetri Martin||2009 2009||Director||n/a||4|
|The Goodwin Games||2013 2013||Director||n/a||4|
|Our Idiot Brother||2011||Director||n/a||4|
|First Love, Last Rites||1998||Director||n/a||4|
|Our Idiot Brother||2011||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Our Idiot Brother||2011||Story By||n/a||1|
|First Love, Last Rites||1998||Writer (adaptation)||adaptation||1|
|Directed first music video for The Lemonheads' song Mallo Cup|
|Helmed the comedy, "The Ex" starring Zach Braff and Jason Bateman|
|After graduating Harvard, moved to New York to work in film production|
|Continued directing music videos for, The Lemonheads after his split from the band; helmed their 1992 hit It's a Shame About Ray|
|Feature film directorial debut, the independent "First Love, Last Rites"|
|Helmed the MTV Award-winning video's Big Me by the Foo Fighters and the scathing Popular by Nada Surf|
|Played bass in the Boston-based rock band, The Lemonheads|
|Directed second feature, the digitally-shot "The Chateau", starring Paul Rudd and Donal Logue|
|Collaborated with director Clay Tarver and actor Donal Logue to direct the "Jimmy the Cabdriver" promos (aired on MTV)|
|Martin Peretz||Father||magazine editor-in-chief of The New Republic|
|"First Love, Last Rites" was awarded the 1998 FIPRESCI Award from the Rotterdam International Film Festival "for its challenge to the dominant American narrative through its unexpected concentration on mood, atmosphere and sexual mystery."|
|He directed all six music videos from The Lemonheads' 1992 album "It's a Shame About Ray", a video for "Being Around" from the following album "Come on Feel" in 1993, and while still in the band, directed his first music video for The Lemonheads' "Mallo Cup".|
|"Big Me" was awarded Best Group Video in the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards.|
|"I fear my biggest liability as a director may be my obsession with empty, noncommunicative space as subject matter." --Jesse Peretz quoted in VILLAGE VOICE, August 13, 1998|
|Peretz on his musical background: "People call me a musician which I never think of myself as at all. I can barely play simple songs on the guitar now. I was a really mediocre bass player in a stupid punk band. However, I've always been musically obsessed. I was a nerdy college radio DJ, obsessed with obscure punk rock and I do feel like I care about music a lot." --From INDIEWIRE, August 7, 1998|
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