Jeremy Bubb

Filmmaker Artist Academic
United Kingdom °1960
research interests: Multi image filmmaking
affiliation: Roehampton University London England

Jeremy Bubb is an Independent Filmmaker, Artist and Senior Lecturer in drama directing at Roehampton University London. His current body of work synthesizes traditional film language with multi-screen storytelling techniques, focusing on narratives of the everyday and uses observational and slow cinema techniques. His three-screen art installation, In Search of a Past, appeared in the group show, Space Shift in 2018 at the APT Gallery Deptford London, and his four-screen film installation Palimpsest toured England as a part of a multimedia art exhibition called Changing the Landscape, throughput 2016-17, which was funded by the National Lottery through the Arts Council England. In 2002, his Film Council funded film, Space Dance, which was was based on a Raymond Carver story was shortlisted for a BAFTA for Best Short in 2002. He has directed several TV commercials, produced films in Denmark, Poland and the UK, for S4C, C4 and ITV, his work has been screened in film festivals in UK, Italy, Ireland, Poland, Helsinki, and Portugal.  Jeremy has contributed articles to The Journal of Media Practice and the Journal of Screenwriting, he is currently Chairperson of the National Association in Higher Education for the Moving Image (NAHEMI) and continues to speak at various international conferences.  He is a graduate of the Polish National Film School in Łódź, The Northern Film School UK, and Cardiff School of Art and Design.  Jeremy is currently developing a new moving image piece called ‘Love Lost’