Guy Ducker has written and directed numerous shorts and has edited three feature films. Following a post-graduate course in Film & TV at Bristol University, he started in film cutting rooms as an assistant editor.
Guy has written five feature screenplays, one of which earned him a place on the TAPS Full-Length Script course. He was also selected for the London Film Festival’s talent programme, Think-Shoot-Distribute. His short films have played festivals around the world, have been shown by international broadcasters including BBC HD, HBO, CBS and Sky and have exceeded a quarter of a million hits online.
He runs the screenwriting development group Scriptorium for the ICA, occasionally writes and directs graduation films for Mountview Drama Academy and has taught editing at Oxford University. This year he judged the London Short Film Festival short film script competition. Future project Nitrate, a feature currently in development with producer Christine Hartland, had a promotional trailer showcased at Cannes last year. Guy is also attached to direct a feature being written by David Lemon (Faintheart).