Jason Bradbury

United Kingdom


Jason Bradbury is a London based writer/director. His work often explores the themes of home, memory and the search for belonging for LGBTIQ+ people. In 2019 he wrote and directed the short film MY SWEET PRINCE, commissioned by the BBC and BFI which premiered at BFI Flare and was shortlisted for Best of British short at the Iris Prize Festival. In 2022 he was selected as one of 12 writers in the BBC Writers Room London Voices 2022 programme. His work as a director includes ISAAC AND THE RAM (2020, The Uncertain Kingdom), web series pilot DIRTY LAUNDRY (2015, Winner of Best UK Pilot at Pilot Light TV Festival) and WE ONCE WERE TIDE (2011, BFI Flare) which has been viewed by over 17.5 million people on YouTube. In 2020, he was one of six emerging filmmakers to be selected for the BAFTA x BFI Flare Mentoring Programme and is an alumni of Berlinale Talent Campus and Zurich Film Festival Academy. He recently finished the first draft of his debut feature, and is developing a scripted drama series.

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