Jim Klock

President and founder of Code 3 Films, Jim is also a 20 year veteran police officer. Since transitioning from law enforcement to filmmaking, Jim has had much success acting in such projects as The Whole Truth opposite Keanu Reeves and Renee Zellwegger, Deepwater Horizon with Mark Wahlberg, True Detective with Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson, The Astronaut Wives Club on ABC and FOX’s Scream Queens as Detective Chisolm with Jamie Lee Curtis and Emma Roberts. He is currently starring in a Warner Brother film that will premiere in 2018 as well as a recurring role on the new highly anticipated Marvel series “Cloak & Dagger”.

Jim has also produced several films including The Trials of Cate McCall with Kate Beckinsale and Nick Nolte, There’s Always Woodstock with Katey Sagal and Brittany Snow, and Patient Seven with Michael Ironside.

Jim also directed Murder Eleven (2013)River Guard (2016), Massacre on Aisle 12 (2016) and 6:66PM: Evil Has an Hour to Kill (2017) which premiered at the Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival in November (2017) and won the Best Comedy Feature Film Award.

He has even created a digital comedic series called Interrogations Gone Wrong in which Keanu Reeves and Jason O’Mara have guest starred.

Currently a part-time Deputy Sheriff with the Stafford County Sheriffs office in Stafford, VA. Jim has worked and trained in many areas of law enforcement including SWAT tactics and hostage negotiations. A former narcotics detective who is experienced in undercover operations, narcotics interdiction, interview/interrogations, crime scene processing and evidence collection. He was an instructor in the areas of Narcotics Investigation, community policing, officer survival and defensive tactics/Krav Maga.

Jim believes that great filmmaking begins with a passion for great story telling. It’s starts with the writing and developing of strong scripts; while creating interesting and original characters. Bringing this all to life on screen, surrounded by a great team of people who also believe in the vision, is what Jim loves most about filmmaking. Every time we make a film we are chasing dreams. How blessed are we who get to do it.

“Your dream was given to you. If someone else can’t see it for you, that’s fine, it was given to you and not them. It’s your dream. Hold it. Nourish it. Cultivate it!”

Les Brown – Motivational Speaker