Iain Forsyth & Jane Pollard
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s first feature film 20,000 Days on Earth premiered at Sundance, winning the Directing and Editing Awards, followed with a US release that had one of the biggest non-fiction opening weekends of the year. The film features Nick Cave alongside Kylie Minogue and Ray Winstone, with an original score by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis. They won the Douglas Hickox BIFA and were nominated for a BAFTA and Independent Spirit Award for Best Documentary. Iain and Jane met and began working collaboratively at Goldsmiths College, and are renowned for their video and sound installations. Notable collaborators include Gil Scott-Heron, Scott Walker and Jarvis Cocker, as well as their ongoing working relationship with Nick Cave. Their artwork is collected by museums and institutions worldwide, including the Tate Gallery.