Drive

Christine Bloomfield documentary 2021


Drive takes a look at the career and 'drive' of elite sprinting coach, Christine Bloomfield. Overlooking a regular training session at Lee Valley athletics centre a sense of her connection to the sport can be felt. Coach Christine brings an inspirational quality to the lives of all her athletes both on and off the track, extending beyond their careers in the sport.
(director: zain gibson,  producer: siji chen, dop: isabelle pollard, editor and sound: sean gavey)

Within Clouds of Dust

(University of the Arts black history month student interview commission, 2022)


“As part of Black History Month 2022, Zain Gibson BA (Hons) Film Practice, produced and directed a short video to discuss being a young black creative.
Speaking with fellow  UAL students they discuss heritage and their individual approaches to their respective creative disciplines”
(director, prodcuer, dop & editor)


Willow’s dreams

(2021)

Questiong how we describe dreams when awake,
how they feel so real at the time and that contrast to our reality, The film disucusses these ideas with my friend Willow.
(Dop, Ediotor and Director)


Anomaa

(2023)


A folktale film fusing lore within British and
Afro-Caribbean tales,  Ede and other mystical
characters journey in attempt to bargain their freedom from the Sky God’s looping forest.


crew Writer/Director by Zain Gibson, DoP Defne Ozden (1st AC Rosalie Dantcikian), Producer Tianqi Yang, Production Designer Antonia Adeloye(assisted by Niamh Edmeade and Porsha Thompson, Editor Angelica Colucci(assisted by Antonia Adeloye), 1stAD Zeph Smith, costume designer Esme Dann, Book Prop Designer Benjamin Gilpin, Sound designer Zeph Smith, Sound recordists Shuyi Wang, Tom Fredericks and Poppy Payne, Studio 1stAD Lara Fullalove), Location Supervisor Eliza May.


Remember

written and directed by Maya Ngoma
(2023, Set dresser)


Doll Parts
coming 2024, written and directed by Kez Foster (1stAD Zain Gibson) 







There’s Nothing Like Family

directed by Daisy Jacob,  Izzy Pollard and Zeph Smith
(2022, Writing assistant,  1st AC)