Jacqueline Pepall is an award-winning director for film and television. Her recent credits include the short film Visiting Mr Keats (Best Short, NYC Indie Film Awards 2016, Best Comedy, Los Angeles Independent Film Festival 2016), the television series, Then Dance (Sky Arts /Arts Council England 2014-2016, British National Lottery Award nominee, Best Use of Public Funds) and the historical drama The Last Words of Gavrilo Princip (HISTORY channel). Jacqueline runs the independent production company Great Lake Films. She also works closely with the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, directing films for the MA in Screen Acting programme.
The UK Trade and Investment Commission recently selected Jacqueline for their 'UK Talent Goes to Hollywood' initiative. Jacqueline is the 2016/2017 Hospital Club Foundation's Emerging Creative for Film and Television. She is listed as one of the Edinburgh TV Festival's "Hot 100" for 2017. Her work celebrates female heroes.
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