Jocelyn Cammack

Jocelyn Cammack

Jocelyn graduated and worked as a physiologist before becoming a filmmaker. Her work, which has been sold internationally, includes the award winning graduation film Guilty (CRE Best TV Drama Award and European Pris Iris nominee 1996). After making short films for both BBC and Channel 4, Jocelyn went on to direct a five part drama series for BBC Education which was nominated for a BAFTA in 2001. Her latest short film Better or Worse? was selected into Official Competition at Cannes as a work in progress and has since won several Best Film awards including a Gold Hugo at Chicago, Best International Short Film at Gijon and Reus, the Prix UIP at Grimstad and the Kodak/BAFTA North Best Short Film Award. In 2001 it was also nominated for a European Film Academy Award. Jocelyn has just completed a dance film for Arté, Piano di Rotta and is now working on a science/art commission for the Welcome Trust and a film for the BBC due to shoot in early 2003 in Iceland.