Jamel Taylor

Jamel Taylor

RunnerLondon, United Kingdom
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Jamel Taylor

Jamel Taylor

RunnerLondon, United Kingdom
  • The Crowds of Chernobyl
    The Crowds of ChernobylThe Crowds of Chernobyl is a short documentary film about what might make people want to visit the worlds most famous, and radioactive, exclusion zone.
Projects credited in
  • Who Am I
    Who Am IWho Am I is a short film performed by Tatenda Michael Manyarara detailing his views on the oppression and prejudice African/Caribbean people face in the West and European countries. He tackles issues regarding his own subjugation, heritage and culture, as well as being stereotyped as animalistic thugs. Who Am I addresses the use term 'black people' or 'black race' and questions the relevance of such terms. Tatenda articulates his thoughts with a powerful poem as his experiences are represented and dramatized as he is hit with white paint as he stands half naked in darkness.
  • A Monster (Short film)
    A Monster (Short film)A Monster is the short film I have been working on since my graduation in 2013 to Late 2017 when the film had its final sound mix. A short film drama adapted from Joseph Safieddine's graphic novel "Le Monstre".  Credits: Alexandre Do : WRITER/DIRECTOR, EDITOR Marc Ozall : ANTHONY (LEAD ACTOR) Alexandra Ford : ANA (SUPPORTING ACTOR) Bayley Freer : MARIA (SUPPORTING ACTOR) Hannah Samuels : DELIVERY (SUPPORTING ACTOR) Lauren Carse : SABINA (SUPPORTING ACTOR) Thomas Beatty : DENIS (SUPPORTING A
  • Logging
  • Video Editing
  • Camera Operating
  • Running
  • Microsoft Office
  • Italian
  • Photoshop
  • Directing
  • Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Adobe After Effects
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    BA (Hons) TV ProductionUniversity of Westminster
     - London, United Kingdom