Louis Holder (BFIFA, BIFA) is an RTS-Award Winning Filmmaker, whose work has featured at numerous national and international film festivals including the BFI Future Film FestivalLondon Short Film Festival (LSFF), Manchester International Film Festival, Sundance-Qualifying Scout Film Festival (Vermont, U.S) and UCL Festival of the Moving Image (FoMI).

Graduating from the world-renowned Film (BA) course at Westminster Film School, he specialised in Producing and Post & Production Sound before moving solely into Film Editing & Colour. He is now undertaking both the AVID Certified User & Certified Professional Courses at the film school, whilst continuing to work as a freelancer for a multitude of creatives, clients and production companies.

His work has screened at theatrical venues such as BAFTA London and The Prince Charles Cinema and digital platforms and distribution outlets such as NOWNESS.

Louis is also Creative Director of Studio Holder, which acts as an incubator, production & distribution company for a wide variety of film, art and collaborative media projects. For a more detailed bioclick here.
Clients Include: Barbican Centre, International Olympic Committee (IOC), Bespoked: The UK Handmade Bicycle Show, City of Westminster College, University of Westminster, UWSU Men's Basketball and individuals in film, music and the creative arts including M.A.N.D.Y, DJ Virgin, Alexandra Larion of Art Larion and Gloria Yang of Manyu Vision China.

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