Rosie Taylor

Rosie Taylor is a London-based cinematographer who brings both her fine art background from Goldsmiths with over ten years experience in the film industry. Having often filmed dancers, she is sensitive to movement, rhythm in storytelling and lighting people within natural or imagined architecture. Rosie’s films have won prestigious awards including the Derek Jarman Award and have been exhibited at Centre Pompidou and Huset for Kunst & Design as well as the BFI London Film Festival among others.

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In The Name of The Father || Short || dir: Billy Klotsa || prod: LonRom Productions
Best Director – Wildsound Festival
Becoming Creature || Short || dir: Zoë Marden || prod: Zoë Marden
Best Experimental Film – Art Film Awards
Best Experimental Film – London Independent Film Awards
A So-Called Archive || Short Documentary || dir: Onyeka Igwe || prod: Mercer Union
Nominated for Best Short – Open City Documentary Festival
Like The Sea, Always Old And Always New || Commercial || dir: Furoshiki || prod: James St. Johnson

In My Room || Art Film || dir: Hannah Quinlan & Rosie Hastings || prod: Focal Point Gallery

Film London Jarman Award 2020

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