James W. Griffiths

Biography

James first rendezvoused with stardom when he won the BAFTA for his short film Room 8 in 2014. Whether he is working within more traditional forms or with new immersive and experiential VR, he puts narrative and character at the core of the idea. He never fails to bring unique, cinematic elegance to his storytelling.

James’ 2011 film Splitscreen: A Love Story was named one of the most creative videos of that year by TIME Magazine. In 2014, he was nominated for Best New Director at the BTAA Craft Awards for his Stella Artois commissioned film Rufus – The Real Hawk Eye. The series won a Graphite Pencil at the D&AD Professional Awards 2015 for Branded Film Content & Entertainment (online).