Jack Price is an award winning film director, an actor and teacher. He has taught with The Actors Centre London, BFI Film Academy, Tobacco Factory Theatres, TATE, Hauser & Wirth and he guest lectures in various universities across the UK.

Shooting Boomtown teaser and in Berlinale for Indigo.

Shooting Boomtown teaser and in Berlinale for Indigo.

Jack has written and directed for the BBC and Channel Four, as well as directing film extensively for Ridley Scott Associates. He has won awards in major film festivals and his most recent feature film work screened across cinemas in the USA in January 2014. His film Indigo starring teenagers, is available to view on iTunes and Amazon.


Jack's first short film stared Idris Elba. He has won the Special Mention for the Crystal Bear in Generation, the youth section of the Berlin Film Festival. His latest documentary for Greenpeace, "The Last Fishermen", has run across UK cinemas. He has also recently completed work for three feature film releases across the USA in both the 2013, and 2014 Academy Award Nominated Short film categories, below is a clip.

Recent productions with Jack's acting students include among others:  Life Raft, Midsummer Night's Dream, Hey Diddle Diddle, Peter Pan and Treasure Island at the Bristol Old Vic, Tinderbox with the Bristol Old Vic Young Company, Punch Drunks' The Drowned Man, King Lear at Tobacco Factory Theatres, The Teacup Poisoner and Lockdown Theatre Royal Bath, Trollied on Sky 1, The Lost Honour on ITV and feature films Art is, Convention of the Dead and War Horse