Amiel is a London-born director, screenwriter & editor versed in documentary cinema, scripted content, commercials & music videos. A diverse film-maker, enthralled by new challenges, Amiel brings a unique visual aesthetic combined with character-driven narratives. His music video for Rami Fortis featured in over twenty film festivals and earned him a British Arts Council Award. A director with a meticulous eye for art-direction, Amiel brings unique hand-crafted worlds to life both in live-action sets and animation. Working widely with illustrators, animators, painters, sculptors, and designers, Amiel constantly looks for opportunities to merge the art of film-making with the plastic arts. Widely experienced as a director in post-production, Amiel has managed complicated International productions that range from stop-motion to Cinema 4D. His editing work for U2 was nominated for a UKMVA, and his work in the short film “The Director” ensured the film gained a cinematic release. Amiel’s interest in the arts echoes in his documentary work, whereupon he is currently developing a feature-length biopic on the Israeli feminist artist “Pamela Levy”, whilst he is also currently developing a comedy sit-com for TV Broadcast.
Amiel’s website: https://amielkestenbaum.com/