Amanda Whittington is a producer director specialising in music, the arts and charity filmmaking. Her experience spans the BBC, Media Trust, Twofour and working for independent production companies and clients. Graduating from Camberwell College of Art and Design, she went on to train at BBC’s DVSolutions followed by working in production for the BBC2 Culture Show programme. Other career highlights include series producing Media Trust’s Untold Stories for the Community Channel and co-directing and producing EMI’s Burlesque Undressed feature film for worldwide cinema release. Versed in all aspects of production, she has worked with large teams, crews, celebrities and actors, and also independently as a self-shooter and editor.
Amanda has recently been awarded Exeter Phoenix’s Documentary Short Commission, supported by Colourburn after battling it out in a live pitch at their Two Short Nights Film Festival with her proposal for Jab Jab, a revisit of the sound, experiences and relationships of the high energy British black fusion band that performed in the 1970s. The film will premiere at Two Short Nights Film Festival in 2015.
Banner still from Ion Drive Professor Moore feat. MILK67 music video.