Charlotte Scott-Wilson

Writer/Director

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Film, TV & Theatre

Assistant: Nick Hitchcock

Film, TV & Theatre

Scottish director and screenwriter Charlotte Scott-Wilson is a graduate of the Dutch Film Academy. With a deep love for visual storytelling, Charlotte's ambition as a filmmaker is to reach a wide audience with her work and explore confronting themes in an accessible way. Her first short film FOREVER AFTER premiered in 2013 at the Palm Springs Festival in California, with her follow up HOLD ON premiering at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. HOLD ON won Tribeca's award for Best Narrative Short.

She is now developing her debut feature with Stray Bear Productions and Film4.

In Development

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BURMA ROOTS

2019

Fable Pictures

Original feature

THE UNION

2019

Stray Bear Productions / Film4

Original feature

Short Films

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HOLD ON

2016

OAK Motion Pictures

Winner of Best Narrative Short at Tribeca Film Festival 2016; Screened as part of the 'Sound & Vision' programme at London Film Festival 2016; Winner of Best Short Film at Fest Portugal 2016; 1st Danzante Award for Best Short Film at Huesca International Film Festival; awarded the Silver Lynx for Best Short Film at New Directors New Films Festival; Main Prize at the Jameson CineFest Miskolc International Film Festival; winner of Best Film and Best Actress at the Manhattan Short Film Festival. Also selected for: Traverse City Film Festival, Nevada City Film Festival, Duhok International Film Festival, Helsinki International Film Festival and the Nederlands Film Festival

FOREVER AFTER

2014

OAK Motion Pictures

Shown at Premier Plans Angers International Competition 2015, Palm Springs International ShortFest 2014, Schnit International Short Film Festival 2014 and the 11th Jameson CineFest Hungary 2014. Shortlisted for the Golden Calf Award for Best Short Film at The Netherlands Film Festival 2014

MADE IN IRAN

2017

CTM Docs & OAK Motion Pictures

A documentary short which looks at two young graffiti artists from Iran who travel to New York for an exposition of their work. By following their American Dream they burn every bridge of every being to return home