Hugh Welchman

Hugh Welchman got a degree  in Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oxford University. His graduation film, Crowstone, won the Cinefoundation Prize at the Festival of Cannes and the Sam Mendez Shakespeare Prize. His first professional experience was producing short films for Monty Python and then he founded BreakThru Films. In 2008 Welchman received an Oscar for the first important production of BreakThru Films, Peter and the Wolf. The film also collected many other awards, including the Annecy Cristal and the Rose D’or. Peter and the Wolf was premiered at the Royal Albert Hall, accompanied live by the Philharmonic Orchestra, then it was presented at the Hollywood Bowl, and since then it has been screened in over seventy major concert halls all over the world. The following film, Magic Piano & the Choping Shorts, was presented in Beijing’s Forbidden City. After having fallen in love with the Polish painter and film director Dorota Kobiela, Welchman embraced her cinematographic project Loving Vincent.

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