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Phoebe is a multi award winning independent documentary filmmaker and creative producer, renowned for her dedication to diversity, breaking down stereotypes, and championing underrepresented communities.


Her award-winning work has been showcased at prestigious film festivals in London, New York, and Bucharest, and she has hosted film exhibitions in Bristol, UK. 

Phoebe is currently Associate Producer for "Super Nature," a groundbreaking wildlife documentary feature film. This unique project, shot entirely on Super 8 film cameras, involves a global collaboration that highlights diverse stories and perspectives from around the world. The film is slated for the festival circuit and cinema release.

In addition to her work in film, Phoebe is the Creative Project Manager for Big Team CIC, an ED&I (Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) organization under Team Love. In this role, she develops inclusive pathways into the creative industries, leading successful diversity and inclusion projects and fostering creative careers in the south-west and beyond.

Phoebe has also built a reputable portfolio in the commercial sector, having worked as a 1st Assistant Director (AD) on high-end commercials and short films. Her versatile career began in television, where she progressed to become a self-shooting and casting assistant producer. Her experience spans various genres, including documentary, natural history, factual entertainment, and game shows. Some notable programs she has contributed to include Channel 5's "Cursing in the Classroom: Tourettes and Me," BBC One's BAFTA award-winning "DIY SOS," and Channel 4's "Crystal Maze USA."

Phoebe's experience spans film, TV, comemrcials, festivals, music and community diversity work.  She is proficient in producing, casting, directing, shooting with a variety of cameras, and editing, making her a well-rounded professional in the creative sector and the film industry. 

Phoebe Holman Bristol Documentary Filmmaker 

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