Jordan Osmond is an award-winning director, producer and editor. He has worked on a range of projects from feature films and shorts to documentary series, television commercials and music videos.

He began his career in the film industry as an assistant editor in 2009 and soon found himself working on award-winning features such as Danny Boyle's 'Slumdog Millionaire' and '127 Hours'. He has since worked with some of the world's leading production companies, including Working Title, Warner Brothers and Universal Pictures.

In 2012, Jordan was invited to join the directing roster of the British production house, Park Village. His work in this role has seen him direct highly successful commercials for big-name brands such as IKEA, Coca-Cola, Nike, Samsung and Tesco.

In 2013, Jordan was recognized for his achievements as a director and was awarded the prestigious 'Best Director' at the British Arrows Awards. He was also nominated for a Bafta Craft Award for his work on the BBC drama series 'The Village'.

In 2014, Jordan was invited to create an original feature film, 'The Wilderness'. The film was a success, premiering at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, and earned Jordan a nomination for the Michael Powell Award.

In 2015, Jordan wrote and directed his first feature-length documentary, 'The Place We Call Home'. The documentary was a success, premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival and winning the prestigious audience award at the Sheffield Doc/Fest.

In 2020, Jordan directed the critically acclaimed documentary feature 'Us Kids', which was released in cinemas and streaming services worldwide. The film received numerous awards and nominations, including the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.

Jordan continues to work on a range of projects as a director, producer and editor. His unique style and vision have enabled him to create some of the most memorable films of our time.

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