#TeamBUFF introduces Jennifer Borcea and Adam Smith

 Jennifer Borcea Director – Patch

Jennifer Patch

Born and raised in Connecticut USA, Jennifer moved to Southern California at a young age to pursue her dream of filmmaking. 

She attended the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles for one year where she focused on visual aesthetics in both illustration and marketing. Shortly after, she was accepted into the Filmmaking Program at The Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. Here she majored in classes surrounding screenplay/storytelling structure and creating 3-dimensional characters. 

Wanting more of a hands-on approach to film, Jennifer applied and was accepted to Central Film School London in 2012 where she attended a one year intensive Industry Filmmaking Program. Thanks to her past diversified forms of education, Jennifer is well-versed in the importance of: Visual Aesthetic, Story Structure, and on-set Directing.

She is currently a freelance filmmaker based in London, UK.  

 Adam Gregory Smith – Producer

Adam Patch

Born in the North West, Adam moved south to attend the University of Southampton, gaining a Masters in Marine Biology and a successful publication in the Journal of Marine Biology biased on his Masters Thesis.

Later he made the risky but so far successful move into filmmaking, studying a post-graduate course at Central Film School London, obtaining a Distinction and Producer of the year award.

Aiming to launch his career quickly Adam is producing an ambitious web TV show. Dole: The Series is a 12-part drama, the first three episodes of which are now in post-production and more info can be found on twitter @dolethesereis or on Facebook at doletheseries.

As a vehicle for Dole: The Series, Patch, corporate works and other upcoming shows, Adam has created a production company Hidden Art Films, with the over all aim of moving into feature film production over the coming years.

Watch the trailer for Patch here: http://youtu.be/6yXkrCxAqwc

Buy tickets here: http://www.britishurbanfilmfestival.co.uk/book-tickets

 

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