British Independent Film Awards BIFA

Celebrating 20 years of the best British Independent Film

Jim Wilson

Wilson produced Jonathan Glazer's Under the Skin, a Venice competition entry nominated for Best International Film at the Spirit Awards, Best Picture at the Gothams, Best British Film at BAFTA and awarded Best Film of the Year by the London Critics Circle Awards; and Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s 20,000 Days on Earth, featuring Nick Cave, that won both Directing and Editing awards at Sundance 2014, Best Debut Director at the British Independent Film Awards and was nominated for Best Documentary at BAFTA and the Spirit Awards.  He also was a producer of Sophie Fiennes' THhe Pervert's Guide to Ideology, Joe Cornish's Attack the Block, James Marsh's The King, and was an Executive Producer of Edgar Wright's Shaun of the Dead.  

After studying producing at the American Film Institute, he began his career as a production executive at Fox Searchlight Pictures, and then FilmFour during which time he worked on the development and production of several films including Sexy Beast, Dancer in the Dark, The Filth and the Fury, The Low Down, The Last King of Scotland, Buffalo Soldiers, The Full monty, Nil By Mouth and The Ice Storm.