Jackie Oudney is a film and commercials director. She was born and raised in Dundee and moved to London to study theatre at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. 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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