Louis Price

Louis graduated from Central St Martin’s School Of Art. He is a director, editor and producer of films and documentaries, and also creates video imagery for theatre, dance and opera productions.

Louis is a director of November Films,, an independent film production and distribution company based in Ealing film studios. Recent Video Designs: Orango (Royal Festival Hall and Baltic Sea Festival, conducted by Essa-Pekka Salonen; Unleashed (Barbican Theatre); The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui (Liverpool Playhouse), The Ballad of the Sad Café (Moulins des Paillard, France), 5 Soldiers Interactive film (RKDC/DCD) installed at the Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry, Beside the Sea (Purcell Room, South Bank Centre), Wings of Desire (IDFB/Circa), There Is Hope (RKDC UK Tour). In 2013, Louis completed his first Arts Council funded project, Sluts of Possession which premiered in Holland, and the Edinburgh Festival in 2013. He designed for Amphytrion at the Schauspielhaus Theatre in Graz, completed editing In Mid Wickedness, a feature film shot in Georgia during August 2012 (premiered Tbilisi International Film Festival 2013), and curated the video elements of the Young Vic Patrice Chereau tribute. Louis’ short film collaboration with director William Oldroyd, Best, was selected in competition at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, where it played to great acclaim.

Recent projects include: The Emperor (Young Vic/HOME, Manchester); The Rotters Club (Birmingham Rep); Stravinsky Series  (Philharmonia Orchestra at Royal Festival Hall, Dir. Irina Brown, Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen); The Etienne Sisters Theatre Royal Stratford East, written and directed by Che Walker; Orango (Shostakovich) BBC Proms; L’enfant et Sorteleges, at the Royal Festival Hall, with the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Esa -Pekka Salonen; and the Funfair, the inaugural production which opened Manchester’s multi-million pound newest arts venue HOME.

Currently designs: What Shadows  & Looking for John (Birmingham Rep).

For November Films: As a Director – Beyond Biba – A Portrait of Barbara Hulanicki (SkyArts/Sundance Channel), A Very British Cult (In development with November Films/BBC Wonderland). He is currently working on a series of documentaries profiling artists for the Thomas Dane Gallery (Alexandre Da Cunha) and Marlborough Fine Art (John Davies). Other credits (As editor/Cameraman) – Finding Pratham (Pratham/November Films), Dear Anna (Short Film produced by The Young Vic Theatre), Spill (Shaun Parker Company), The Great Train Dance (RKDC,Cultural Olympiad).

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