Cassie Jaye is a filmmaker based in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Founder & CEO of Jaye Bird Productions. She has directed and produced over a dozen films and commercials, but is best known for her three feature documentaries: Daddy I Do (2010), The Right to Love (2012) and The Red Pill (2017). Her films combined have screened at over 40 film festivals, winning 15 awards. Cassie directed the highly acclaimed Xfinity Comcast documentary advert Emily’s Oz, narrated by Robert Redford (ad agency: Goodby Silvertstein & Partners). Cassie’s feature documentaries have been reviewed by the NY Times, LA Times, LA Weekly, Variety, Huffington Post, New York Post, BBC, ABC News, Global News, VICE, Sky News, Yahoo News, The Guardian, Fox News, Inc. Magazine, The Daily Telegraph, The Australian, Mashable, Upworthy, Daily Mail, Psychology Today, and the Hollywood Reporter, among others. Her latest feature documentary film The Red Pill was the top-selling movie on multiple VOD platforms in June 2017, ahead of Disney’s Moana, Star Wars’ Rogue One and Marvel’s Logan. The success of The Red Pill led to Cassie delivering her TEDx Talk called Meeting The Enemy, which has over 5 million views on YouTube making it one of the most-watched TEDx Talks in recent years.


2017 – The Red Pill

2012 – The Right To Love

2012 – The Story of Goldieblox

2010 – Daddy I Do

  • Winner – Best Documentary – Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema
  • Winner – Best Documentary – Cannes Independent Film Festival
  • Winner – Best Documentary – Action on Film International Film Festival
  • Winner – Best Docu-Drama – Bare Bones Film Festival
  • Winner – Audience Award – Columbia Gorge International Film Festival
  • Nominated – Best Female Director – Action on Film International Film Festival
  • Honorable Mention – Best Documentary – Los Angeles International Film Festival

2009 – Faces Overlooked

  • Winner – Second Prize – Faces of Hunger in America Film Competition

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