Jonathan Ignatius Green

Jonathan Ignatius Green



Jonathan Ignatius Green is an award-winning filmmaker and director known for his bold and innovative approach to storytelling and visual design.

Jonathan was born in London in 1978 and grew up in a creative household. His father was a graphic artist, and he was exposed to a wide range of visual arts from a young age. Jonathan began his career as an art director and then transitioned into filmmaking.

He attended the London Film School where he studied film theory and production, and his debut short film, “Litany”, was screened at the Cannes Film Festival in 2001. After that, Jonathan’s career took off, and he made a name for himself with his innovative and experimental approach to films.

Throughout the years, Jonathan has directed several feature films, short films, music videos, and commercials. His feature film, “The White Room”, was selected for the Sundance Film Festival in 2012 and was met with critical acclaim.

Jonathan has also received numerous awards and recognitions for his work. In 2014, he won the Grand Jury Prize at the Tribeca Film Festival for his short film, “The Last Day”. He was also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film in 2017.

In addition to his filmmaking career, Jonathan is also a professor at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts. He is passionate about teaching young filmmakers and inspiring the next generation of storytellers.

Jonathan’s films have been screened at countless film festivals and have been praised for their unique visual style and powerful storytelling. He is an artist who continues to push boundaries and create bold and innovative films that leave a lasting impression.

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