Louis-Jack is an award-winning artist filmmaker based in London.
His most recent film, SINK OR SWIM explores depression through underwater ballet. It was made with the support of the charity Mind, Arts Council England and The Royal Opera House. It premiered in December 2017 on the online platform NOWNESS and has since gone on to receive national TV and radio coverage and screenings in cinemas worldwide.
Louis-Jack was selected for FLAMIN / Film London's New Approaches 2017-2018. The programme supports six artist filmmakers working on feature films. In 2016 Louis-Jack was an Associate of Open School East and winner of the New Faces Prize at the Japan Media Arts Festival.
His films have been shown in exhibitions and film festivals including: London Short Film Festival at the ICA, The National Art Centre Tokyo, Modern Art Oxford, The Royal Opera House, the Arsenale of Venice, BP Big Screens (Trafalgar Square), Picturehouse Cinemas, Newlyn Art Gallery, UCL Art Museum and the Merz Barn.
Louis-Jack is currently working on his first narrative short titled PETRICHOR. The film delves into the mind of a has-been snooker star in his final professional game. The film has received funding from the BFI (British Film Institute) and is now in pre-production.