Jim Jennings (b. 1951), is an American experimental filmmaker and photographer working in New York. His films have been screened at major venues worldwide since 1973. Jennings’ films, most often silent, 16mm, black-and-white works, are principally known for the beauty of their formal compositions, use of reflections and shadows, and mastery of camerawork. His films offer expressive views of New York architecture and sensitive depictions of working people. His photography has been exhibited in galleries in New York City and is included in private collections.