Rachel Tunnard - Director
Rachel Tunnard is a film Editor and Writer/Director represented by United Agents. She has edited award-winning features and shorts, and In 2011 was named one of the 42 “Brits To Watch” by BAFTA. In recent years Shell (dir. Scott Graham) won at the 2012 Turin Film Festival and Skeletons (dir. Nick Whitfield) won the Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film at the 2010 Edinburgh Film Festival. It also received a BAFTA nomination. As a Writer, Rachel was part of iFeatures 2, Edinburgh Film Festival Talent Lab 2012, the Script Factory Talent List 2011, and She Writes 2010 (Birds Eye View/Script Factory). In 2013 Rachel story-developed and edited Fuzzbox, a comedy for BBC3, and made Emotional Fusebox, a feature pilot which was the first commission by the BFI and Creative England out of their NET.WORK initiative. Her first feature film How to Live Yours is a comedy starring Jodie Whittaker and is being developed by the BFI and Creative England.
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