As Executive Producer at the NFTS I’ve enjoyed developing and overseeing production of numerous promos made by students and recent graduates. Here are a few of them:
The promo directed by Roland Kennedy for Autograph Hotels won a Gold Arrow for Best Student Commercial at the British Arrows 2018. It tells the story of Wilson ‘Snowflake’ Bentley, who was the first to photograph snowflakes and discover no two were the same.
You can watch the film here
Of the promos made for clothing company Jigsaw, Teach a Man to Fish, directed by Tom Day, won the Gold Arrow for Best Student Commercial at the British Arrow Craft Awards in 2016.
Story on NFTS website.
Jigsaw promo, New Wave Jeans, written & directed by Roland Kennedy was nominated for Best Student Commercial at the 2017 British Arrow Craft Awards.
Here’s the film:
The most recent promo for Jigsaw was a stop-motion animation for Christmas:
Here’s an interview with director Nick Cinelli about making the promo.
And there’s a bit more about the Jigsaw promos in this blog post.
Promos Executive Produced for Odeon Cinema Group include one for their Limitless card, directed by Meg Campbell:
And an animated corporate responsibility film, Doing the Right Thing, directed by BAFTA winner Anushka Naanayakkara:
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Promo Exec Produced for special fundraising preview screenings of Tim Burton’s Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, directed by Tom Day:
Promo Exec Produced for Cinema Advertising company DCM, starring Ray Winstone, directed by James W Griffiths:
The NFTS Booktrailer promos for Random House and the Bookseller Magazine I had the pleasure of developing and Exec Producing include this one for the James Ellroy novel Blood’s a Rover, directed by James W. Griffiths who went on to win a BAFTA in 2014 for his short film Room 8.
And this one for Sadie Jones’s novel The Outcast, directed by Felix Weidemann:
Working independently I’ve also produced two Booktrailer Promos for the Jacqueline Wilson children’s novels Hetty Feather and Sapphire Battersea, published by Random House:
There are more behind the scenes photos in this blog post