Jade Jackman is a young filmmaker and very nervous writer making truth feel stranger than fiction between London & Madrid.
Her work has taken her to shoot with female journalists in Afghanistan, to be led through Mexico City by blind photographers and to the front of too many protests. Recently, she has started to make a name for herself due to her creative approach to human rights issues. She has featured in ASOS magazine, Topshop blog, Vanity Fair and won the inaugural round of funding from 'the Postcards pitch’ between JUST SO FILMS & Sheffield DocFest. She is particularly interested in women's rights, borders and small dogs.
Worked for / featured on: Dazed & Confused, i-D magazine, Debrief, Refinery29, the Tate, HUCK, Institute of Contemporary Arts, gal - dem, Boiler Room, ASOS, Topshop blog, El Tiempo, Index on Censorship, NYLON magazine, KODAK, the Tate
Awards & accolades: Production Fund Grantee One World Media (2016), winner of filmmaking grant from JUSTSO Films & Sheffield DocFest (2016) and European recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Journalism Bursary (2017), Sheffield DocFest Youth Juror (2015)
She is also one of the co-founders of Eye Want Change