Jacqueline Wright

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Jacqueline Wright is an English director of film, TV and music promos.

Wright's short films include David the Great, a comedic homage to magician David Blaine; Out of Water, which was funded by the UK Film Council; and Stiffy, a comedy with a necrophiliac theme which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival 2005 and was shortlisted for the BBC New Filmmaker's Award in 2006.[1]

Several of Wright's short films have been collaborations with writer and actress Alice Lowe. They also worked together on Lowe's 2005 Edinburgh Fringe stage show MoonJourney, a comedic rock-opera which spoofed Kate Bush, on which Wright worked as Associate Director. In 2010 they founded Jackal Films, making a short film each month of that year.[2]

Her music videos include promos for Lowe's songs Sticks and Balls and Earth Birth, as well the Raindance/Tiscali Award-winning promo for The Shakes's single Liberty Jones.



  • "Stiffy" (2005, short film)
  • "Out of Water" (2007, short film)
  • "LifeSpam: My Child Is French" (2009, short film)
  • "IMute" (2012, short film)
  • Turn Your Bloody Phone Off: The Second Batch (2013, segments "Facetime", "Dickhead")

Music videos[edit]

  • "Sticks and Balls"
  • "Earth Birth"
  • "Liberty Jones"


  1. ^ Erbland, Kate (23 March 2017). "How a Pregnant Actress Overcame Her Frustrations With the Industry and Directed Her First Feature". IndieWire. Retrieved 3 October 2020.
  2. ^ "BAFTA and London Short Film Festival present Alice Lowe and Jacqueline Wright in Conversation London Short Film Festival".

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