If Rob Savage keeps up the momentum he's gained in his short career, he's going to be huge.
Self-taught Director Rob Savage has been described by some as a ‘wunderkind’, and if you look at his fledgling career to date, it’s easy to see why.
Aged just 18 he wrote, directed, shot, co-produced and edited a feature film. Strings, made for a micro-budget, did extraordinarily well for him, screening at a number of prestigious international festivals, including Raindance for its UK premiere and Rome Film Festival for its European. It’s picked up several awards, including a British Independent Film Award, and sold out cinemas – all in all a pretty good debut effort.
Since then he’s written and directed a variety of short films and music videos, which have also earned him awards and critical acclaim, and has begun developing a second feature film - a dark coming-of-age drama set in the south of France.
Now he’s turned enough heads to win him representation by Outsider, who have already shot one music video with him - a rare thing for the commercial production company. They must really like him.
Watch some of his work here: