Eliot Gelberg-Wilson is a filmmaker from London.
Having studied MA Filmmaking at London Film School, where he won a Creative Skillset Scholarship, he has written and directed documentary and fiction shorts that have been shown at festivals worldwide. His latest short film ‘Moshe and Amira,’ starring prestigious young British actors Jake Mann and Komal Amin, has screened at OSCAR- and BAFTA-qualifying BronzeLens Atlanta, UK Jewish Film Festival and Bolton International Film Festival among others.
He has also produced short films including ‘The Lost Scot’ (2020), which picked up awards and nominations at British Independent Film Festival and OSCAR-qualifying In The Palace Film Festival, and edited films including ‘Bound’ (2018), which screened at OSCAR-qualifying Flickers’ Rhode Island and Cork International Film Festival.
Eliot most recently directed live music promos for Pumarosa (Fiction Records), Thomas Sanders (Moshi Moshi Records), AGAMA (State51 Conspiracy) and Zuu Music, exhibition films for The Cartoon Museum, David Lloyd (V for Vendetta) and anthropologist Robin Dunbar, and promos that have been promoted by the United Nations and Bertha DocHouse.
Eliot is interested in films about identity, society and hidden desires.