Directed by Francesco Caradonna
This revealing documentary short delves into the world of ballet dancer-turned-legendary photojournalist Colin Jones, and one of the most significant voices of post-war Britain, as the man himself takes us on a tour through some of his work.

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Director Biography – Francesco Caradonna

Frankie is a London based Director & Visual Artist, and his interests expand to feature films, documentaries, commercials and branded films as well as to art installations, photography and new immersive forms of storytelling. After stints in New York City and Kingston, Jamaica, Italian-born Director / Editor Frankie Caradonna moved to London in 2008, where he worked on feature documentaries ‘Girlfriend In A Coma’ and ‘Europe At Sea’, written by Bill Emmott, former Director of The Economist. He also worked on theatrically released ‘Tempest’ and the BFI funded short film ‘Truck’. In 2015, Frankie started directing commercials with Great Guns UK. His films end up soon on the pages of The Guardian, Shots, Campaign, Little Black Book, The Drum, CreativePool, David Reviews, AD, Artribune, Elle Decor, Forbes among others; they have collected awards from Nowness, Kinsale Shark, One Point Four London, Indie Short Cannes, The Telly Awards, Webby, D&AD, Epic Games Build Munich 2019, the Milan Film Festival and The Video Consortium among others. Frankie recently released, through Nowness Picks, his short documentary on British post-war photographer, Colin Jones, and is currently writing a feature film starring Quintessa Swindell.

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