Jacob A. Ware is award-winning screenwriter based in NYC. He returns this year to Tribeca Film Festival 2018 with his offbeat, short form digital series Driver Ed, which he created, wrote, and stars in.
As co-creator of numerous online sketch series like Steel Drum In Space and Doin' Everythin', his comedy has been featured on JASH, CollegeHumor, VH1's Best Week Ever, HuffPost, Chicago Pride, Dealbreaker: Wall Street Insider, Tubefilter, CH2, The Seattle Times, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Nitehawk Cinema and more. His short film, You Should Be A Better Friend, which he co-created, won the Silver SpIFFY at the Spokane International Film Festival and the Jury Spotlight Award at the Chicago International REEL Shorts Festival. His parody tutorial series Doin' Everythin' won NYC's acclaimed Iron Mule Short Comedy Film Festival.
Jacob is the writer of the 10 episode HuffPost/AOL show, Sustainable Self, as well as season two of AOL Originals' Why Didn't I Learn This In School. Along with being head writer and host of RYOT Studio's series Screen Time presented by Comcast/Xfinity, Jacob is creator and host of the talk show Unpacking/Unboxing, which he developed at HuffPost Live.
Digital Sketch Comedy
Driver Ed Screenings
April 19, 2018 - 8:30pm @ Regal Cinemas Battery Park
April 21, 2018 - 5:00pm @ Regal Cinemas Battery Park