Jess Gell is a filmmaker and artist based in London. Jess's work is influenced by the processing of memory and how this shapes identity. She takes inspiration from the serendipities of everyday life and how these moments form the basis of our existence.
Alongside her filmmaking work, Jess is an Assistant Producer at Galeforce Films, where she has worked on BAFTA and BIFA longlisted feature-documentary Hostile. She is also a freelance filmmaker and editor for community-led projects.
She is an alumnus of the Grierson DocLab 2020 programme and received a First-Class Honours in Film and Television at University of the Arts London. Her short film, Jean Cooke: Delight In the Thing Seen, was nominated for the CPIFF Rising Star Award.