video artist and editor
Adam Finch is a filmmaker and editor whose work spans Art, Documentary and Drama. He edited the critically acclaimed feature film Innocence, which won the Bronze Horse at Stockholm for Director Lucile Hadzihalilovic, and recently completed Ken McMullens An Organization of Dreams, which premiered at the London Film Festival. A long running association with BBC Horizon culminated in Parallel Universes winning a BAFTA for Best Documentary Strand. Peter Green – Back for Good earned a RTS Award nomination for Best Editor and Derek with Tilda Swinton, was nominated for the Societies' Best Documentary Award. In 1996 Adam began a long and successful collaboration with artist Isaac Julien, editing a series of multi-screen works. The triptych Long Road to Mazatlán, was nominated for the 2001 Turner Prize and Baltimore took the Grand Jury Prize at the Kunstfilm Biennale 2003. Two films, The leopard and Better Life were premiered at the Venice Film Festival. Adam has just completed work on Julien’s epic nine-screen installation Ten Thousand Waves which received its world premiere at the Sydney Biennale in May, followed by its Chinese premiere in Shanghai and its UK premiere at the Hayward Gallery, London. It was shown in 15 countries concluding at the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 2013/14. Adam is occasional lecturer of Film Editing at The London Film Consortium.