JACKIE OUDNEY

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Jackie Oudney, a London based director, was born and raised in Scotland. She studied theatre at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). Her two short films, STATION and VAGABOND SHOES have won a clutch of awards including the Kodak / BAFTA Short Film Showcase and two BAFTA nominations.
In 2009, she completed her first feature, a very British romantic comedy called, FRENCH FILM, starring Hugh Bonneville, Eric Cantona and Anne-Marie Duff. This picked up two major awards at the Monte-Carlo Film Festival for Best Actor and Best Screenplay. Jackie has won many prestigious, international awards for her commercial work including a Silver Lion at Cannes, a silver D&AD pencil, several BTAA arrows and a gold Promax Europe award. Her strengths are in storytelling and performance, with a keen eye for comedy. She has a natural talent for working with actors and drawing out authentic, rich and natural performance.

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