Jeremiah Hammerling

Filmmaker, My Country No More

Born and raised in North Dakota, Jeremiah Hammerling is an award-winning director, cinematographer and co-founder of Endless Eye, a production studio in Los Angeles. Recently, Jeremiah’s documentary, My Country No More, a story set in his hometown, won Best Feature at the 2018 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. The film received generous support from ITVS, the International Documentary Association, Tribeca Film Institute, Rogovy Foundation and Film Independent. In addition to receiving his Bachelor’s in film from Columbia College Chicago, Hammerling is an alumnus of Werner Herzog’s Rogue Film School.

Throughout his career, he has worked as Director of Photography on several documentary features, including License to Operate, executive produced by Pete Carroll. Currently, he is shooting a feature documentary about cryptocurrencies with director Cullen Hogback.

Podcast Guest Appearances

Summer Films on Corn, Coal, Lights and Flights

It’s a summer movie special as Climate One talks to the directors/producers of four recent documentaries that bring human drama to the climate story: Hillbilly, which explores the myths and realities of life in the Appalachian coalfields; My Country No More, the story of one rural community divided by the North Dakota oil boom; Saving the Dark, which focuses on the battle of dark-sky enthusiasts to fight light pollution; and Point of No Return, in which two pilots risk their lives flying around the world in a solar-powered plane that is as delicate as a t

Documentaries for the Holiday Season

It’s a holiday movie special as Climate One talks to the directors/producers of four recent documentaries that bring human drama to the climate story: Hillbilly, which explores the myths and realities of life in the Appalachian coalfields; My Country No More, the story of one rural community divided by the North Dakota oil boom; Saving the Dark, which focuses on the battle of dark-sky enthusiasts to fight light pollution; and Point of No Return, in which two pilots risk their lives flying around the world in a solar-powered plane that is as delicate as a