Paul Dugdale

Director

Biography

Multiple Grammy nominated Paul Dugdale is a 36 year old freelance filmmaker based in London, and working worldwide. He studied at Central Saint Martins School of Art. His passion for music and film has led him to write and direct documentaries and concert films for some of the world’s biggest artists including; Taylor Swift, The Rolling Stones, Adele, Coldplay, U2, Ed Sheeran, Lenny Kravitz, Sam Smith and Mumford and Sons. Dugdale works freelance worldwide and holds a valid O1 US work visa. Website: dugdale Music film. Dugdale’s road movie documentary for The Rolling Stones ‘Olé Olé Olé!’ was the 4th film he’s directed for the band. The documentary climaxed in Havana Cuba with the band performing to a reported audience of over 2 million people. Premiering at the Toronto international Film Festival, it went on to be selected in countless others around the world and received huge critical acclaim. Dugdale’s second film for Coldplay titled ‘Ghost Stories’ was a conceptual and highly stylized project in which Dugdale collaborated closely with Chris Martin and the band to realize their vision for a live performance interpretation of the album. Shot in Los Angeles over 4 days, the project used state of the art technology as well as encompassing narrative scenes filmed at Tustin Air base and Paradise Cove Malibu. Television. Live to air awards shows. Scripted, live music specials. Comedy. Live music festivals. The list is extensive. Dugdale has been the recipient of the Royal Television Society Craft and Design Award for Multi-camera work. Branded content. Clients include Apple Music, Adidas, Amex, Redbull, Rayban, Asos and Levis.

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