Jason Bradbury is an award-winning director based in London. His work, which often explores the themes of home, memory and the search for belonging for LGBTIQ+ people, has screened at festivals internationally and been seen by over 16 million people online. In 2020, he was one of six emerging filmmakers to be selected for the BFI Flare x BAFTA Crew Mentoring Programme 2020.
His films include ISAAC AND THE RAM (The Uncertain Kingdom 2020, written by Edward Cripps and produced by Yaw Basoah and Brett Webb), MY SWEET PRINCE (commissioned by BBC and BFI Network, shortlisted for Best of British at Iris Prize Festival, BFI Flare), WE ONCE WERE TIDE (BFI Flare), DIRTY LAUNDRY (Best UK Pilot at Pilot Light TV Festival) and ALONE, MY FRIEND (Straight8 Cannes).
In addition to his work as a director, Jason previously worked for five years at Peccadillo Pictures, playing a key role in the release of films such as WEEKEND, BEAUTY, TOMBOY and STRANGER BY THE LAKE, and currently runs trailer editing company Hello Mozart. He is now developing feature projects as a director, and his first as a writer.
Awards & Film Festivals
2019 My Sweet Prince Official Selection BFI Flare, London Short Film Festival, Iris Prize Festival
2018 Alone, My Friend Straight 8 2018 Cannes Selection
2018 Dirty Laundry Best British Pilot, Pilot Light TV Festival
2017 Nightwalkers Official Selection: London Short Film Festival, ASVOFF9, Milan Fashion Film Festival, Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival
2014 The Casting Official Selection: London Short Film Festival, Fashion Popcorn Strand.
2011 We Once Were Tide Official Selection: BFI Flare, Frameline Film Festival, Torino LGBT Film Festival, MixBrasil