Adding a dollop of British class to the FC stable with Director Tom Wilson
Working between London, Bucharest and Los Angeles, the prodigious talents of British Director Tom Wilson are now available in New Zealand and Australia.
With the world once again open, we're excited to add some British cinematic cream to our already eclectic roster of wonderful filmmakers.
Tom's work sparkles with inventive shot-making and comic timing. He's an exciting filmmaker, a great communicator and on top of that a super lovely human.
His advertising work includes projects for Netflix, Samsung, Vodafone, Orange, Coca-Cola and Red Bull, and he has shot documentary films for the BBC.
A writer and graduate of Oxford University (Politics, Philosophy and Economics), he's contributed to publications including Time Magazine, Dazed & Confused, The Times, The Guardian and The Economist.
As a multi-instrumentalist, DJ and record collector, sound design is something Tom loves to craft. He spends a lot of time tracking down the right music to fit each film.
Tom's also been pretty prolific in the long-form arena. His recent feature, Matthew Mark Luke John, was nominated for Best Performance at London's Raindance Film Festival 2019, took two prizes at the Los Angeles Film Awards and the main award at STOCKHOLM.
His debut feature film, The Bucuresti Experiment, won Romania's National Film Award for Best Documentary. His third feature, Dark Ages, will hit the festivals in 2023 and is produced by the Cannes and Berlinale-winner Corneliu Porumboiu.
Tom has long admired the creative ideas that flow from Australasia, and we can't wait to get him collaborating with some of the clever thinker-uppers down under.
Take a moment to enjoy a sample of Tom's work below.