James Caddick

Lecturer / Study Lead MA Filmmaking, UCA Farnham

, School of Film Media and Performing Arts

James Caddick leads the MA film making course and lecturer on the BA film production program. He is a successful filmmaker with over 15 years experience in the industry and Lecturing in HE.

James studied an MA in Art and Design at The Royal College of Art and started directing and producing upon graduation. Since then he has made award winning work including TV commercials, music videos, short films and broadcast documentaries. His work been shown at international film festivals including the BFI London, Edinburgh, Milan and Cannes. 

Having previously taught at Central St Martins and Plymouth College Of Art James brings a passion for teaching a new generation of filmmakers and a knowledge and love of moving image with a hands on experience across a variety of traditional and emerging platforms.

Professional Membership, Affiliation and Consultancy:

Member of Royal Television Society.

Awards, Grants and Commissions:

2013 - 2015 ELEPHANT DAYS a Feature documentary funded by Universal Records
2011 DOODLE DOCUMENTARY Development grant funded by the Irish Film Council
2007 PREPARING FOR THE WORST documentary - Channel 4
Multiple budgets awarded.

 D&AD Channel 4 Honda Idents
2012 Creative Circle Channel 4 Honda Idents
2012 MUSIC & SOUND AWARDS Channel 4 Honda Idents
2009 NME The Maccabees ‘Can You Give It’ - Music Video
2008 MVA Katie Tunstal ‘If Only’ - Music Video
2004 THE JOURNEY - Short Film - EDINBURGH FILM FESTIVAL Mclaren Award (nomination)