Josh Wick is an independent filmmaker and producer from Brooklyn, NY. He founded the independent production company imperfectfilms in 1997.
Wick’s feature film work includes: OBIT (Kino-Lorber, 2017) as co-producer; OUT OF MY HAND (Array, 2016) and WENDELL AND THE LEMON (2018) as executive producer. In addition, Wick co-produced AMBITION’S DEBT (2018), an Paul Robeson Awards Honorable Mention at this years prestigious Newark Black Film Festival, as well as a Grand Jury Prize winner at the American Black Film Festival (ABFF ’18) and a nominee at New Port Beach Film Festival 2018. Wick was also writer, director and producer of FRANCIS OF BROOKLYN (Eye Film Releasing, 2012) and co-writer and producer of THE ASSASSIN (Cinetic Media, 2007).
As a performer, Mr. Wick was lead and co-creator of Art Group 705‘s short film Earworm (’16). Additional on screen principal roles include the Powers Brothers’ short Well (’17), the Fifth Column Features’ films WHITE CREEK (2014) and ORPHANED (2013), as well as the Takeshi Fukunaga shorts K (’09) and Hole in the Sky (’07).
Wick is a founding member of the Spectacle Theater film collective in Brooklyn, NY.