Bio

Charlotte Scott-Wilson is a Scottish-Burmese screenwriter and director. Her short film, HOLD ON, won the Best Narrative Short award at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. Her commercial for the Ministry of Justice won the best single use of video at the London RADawards. Charlotte broke into the industry serving as a producer, story editor, and director’s assistant to multiple veteran directors in drama and comedy. Immersed in the production of various international feature films, she honed her skills and resilience to navigate the intricate and complex stages of film making. Charlotte brings an unwavering focus to craft, storytelling, and her ability to collaborate with actors to elicit authentic performances in all her projects.

Currently, she is working as an art director, directing commercials, and developing a feature film with Fable Pictures UK (known for WILD ROSE and THE CROWN), and

Member of  BAFTA CREW & DIRECTORS UK

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UK Film & TV representation: Independent Talent London, Georgia Kanner

georgiakanner@independenttalent.com

General inquiries

charlotte.scottwilson@gmail.com

Summary of awards

HOLD ON

Best Short Tribeca Film Festival

Winner Huesca IFF

Silver Lynx  FEST New Directors New Films, Portugal

Helsinki IFF,  Manhattan Short, BFI London FF, and many more

MINISTRY OF JUSTICE – commercial The Netherlands

San Award – most powerful recruitment campaing

London RADawards -single use of video award

FOREVER AFTER

Palm Springs Film Festival

Short of the Week Vimeo

MADE IN IRAN – short documentary curated with Bansky’s work in MOMA