George Bushaway

George Bushaway

Director, Editor and ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
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George Bushaway

George Bushaway

Director, Editor and ProducerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Editor and film maker with a decade of experience working within documentary, short form commercial and online content. Based in broadcast and post-production with an arts, cultural and educational slant you'll find me as a senior creative lead, pitching, directing and managing across content creation from pre-production to post-production. Managerial and excellent experience at leading, devising, supervising content strategy and delivering new content strands strong brand identity and engaging storytelling.
  • Death of England: Face to face
    Death of England: Face to faceFilmed documentary for: Death of England: Face to Face January 2021. Britain is locked down, divided and facing some difficult truths. Old friends Michael and Delroy are dealing with issues much closer to home. Tensions are running high. During an explosive afternoon in Delroy’s East London flat, the pair are forced to confront their relationship with their country – and with each other. Neil Maskell (Peaky Blinders, Small Axe) and Giles Terera (Hamilton) play Michael and Delroy in this powerf
  • National Theatre Together Campaign
    National Theatre Together CampaignNational Theatre Together Our ambitious new campaign to celebrate the people at the heart of what we do. “UK theatre is world-class, and brings with it a bucket-load of economic and social benefits. The NT is a place full of amazing people and elicits enormous affection, pride and passion in audiences around the world. Therapeutic, educational and egalitarian — it is an organisation for the moment. Not many organisations can influence and change the world — we can. We are asking you to once aga
  • Romeo and Juliet Content Campaign
    Romeo and Juliet Content CampaignRomeo and Juliet risk everything to be together. In defiance of their feuding families, they chase a future of joy and passion as violence erupts around them. This bold new film brings to life the remarkable backstage spaces of the National Theatre in which desire, dreams and destiny collide to make Shakespeare’s romantic tragedy sing in an entirely new way. Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose, Judy) and Josh O’Connor (The Crown, God’s Own Country) play Juliet and Romeo. The award-winning cast includes
  • #WeMakeEvents Campaign -  #Live Support
    #WeMakeEvents Campaign - #Live SupportDirected some incredible talent from stage and screen to raise awareness of the heroes behind the curtain currently faced with job loss and uncertainty due the pandemic. #WeMakeEvents​ is delighted to have the support of some of the UK's favourite comedians and actors. Each one sharing a touching tribute to the magic of live shows and the hardworking crew who work tirelessly behind the scenes. In order of appearance: Christopher Eccleston, Kerry Howard, Alessandro Babalola, Sindhu Vee, Debo
  • Dick Whittington: National Theatre at Home
    Dick Whittington: National Theatre at HomeDick Whittington Freshly updated for 2020 by Jude Christian and Cariad Lloyd, this hilarious and heartfelt new version of the classic tale is packed with the cheekiest of jokes, the chattiest of animals, the awesomest of songs and the messiest of silliness. We're thrilled that thousands of families tuned in to watch our free YouTube streams of Dick Whittington over Christmas, helping us to celebrate panto's place at the heart of British theatre. Creative editor on the National Theatre at Home
  • Southbank Centre: Unlimited Festival - 111
    Southbank Centre: Unlimited Festival - 111Two dancers, 111 vertebrae, one powerful duet: Joel Brown and Eve Mutso explore their different strengths and vulnerabilities. Hypothetically, 111 is the number of vertebrae Mutso and Brown have between them: Mutso moves like she has a hundred, while Brown's spine is fused and he jokes that he only has 11. Joel Brown dances with Candoco Dance Company and Eve Mutso is former Principal Dancer of Scottish Ballet. Commissioned and supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists,
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Projects credited in
  • People, Places & Things
    People, Places & ThingsThe play tells the story of an actress struggling with drug-addiction. She reluctantly enters rehab, but refuses to respect the rules of the programme, or even to give the doctor her real name. The campaign image is inspired by Francis Bacon portraits, and suggests the multiple facets of the unreliable narrator. Photography by John Spinks
  • Les Blancs
    Les BlancsWritten by a civil-rights activist, ‘Les Blancs’ (the Whites) tells the story of an African man who returns from Europe to find that racial tensions and anti-colonialist feelings have brought his country to the brink of civil war. The campaign image introduces ‘The Woman’, a mysterious character who haunts the hero and urges him to join the fight. The title across her face references both tribal paintings and protest markings. Photography (Anna-Maria Nabirye) by Franklyn Rodgers
  • Salomé
    SaloméYaël Farber rewrites the biblical tale, placing the character at the centre of a revolution against the Romans occupying her people’s land. The campaign image is inspired by the use of sand in Susan Hilferty set design, and by Caravaggio paintings of religious ecstasy and martyrdom. Photography (Isabella Niloufar) by Sebastian Nevols Trailer by Mike Marriage
  • Revolution
    RevolutionFashion film
  • Revolution (Directed by Jack Davies)
    Revolution (Directed by Jack Davies)Last year ago I got my hands on a Bolex H16 EBM 16mm film camera and 6 months ago I had the opportunity to test it with a 400ft roll of Kodak Vision 3 50D. Excited about starting to incorporate mixed media into my cinematography work!
  • Barber Shop Chronicles
    Barber Shop ChroniclesInua Ellams play leaps from Peckham to Johannesburg, Harare, Kampala, Lagos and Accra to show how African men gather in barber shops to discuss women, fatherhood, football, politics and the state of the world. The image puts the audience right in the barber chair, with the title handpainted on the wall in the style of the barber shop signs found in Africa. Photography by Dean Chalkley Title treatment by Jamie Malcom
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Work history
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    Film MakerNational Theatre
    Upper Ground, South Bank, London SE1 9PX, UKFull Time
    Based in broadcast and post-production with a cultural and educational slant you'll find me chopping, cutting content for the truly inspiring National Theatre. Helping to make the stage an interactive space for all
    DirectorGeorge Bushaway
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Collaborating and cooking up delicious creative projects with artists and storytellers.
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  • Dance Film
  • Documentary Film
  • Editing Film
  • Abode Premiere
  • Editor Film
  • Film Camera
  • Filmmaking
  • Short Films
  • Film Directing
  • Film Post-production
    MA FilmUniversity of Birmingham
     - Birmingham, United Kingdom