Mini Bio (1)
Lorna Tucker spent her 20's working behind the camera and jumping on tour buses with bands such as Unkle, Lupe Fiasco, The Cult and Queens of The Stone Age creating tour videos and music promos. After cutting her teeth working with bands she moved into longer format storytelling, directing documentaries, writing scripts and creating more experimental video art projects for the likes of Alexander McQueen, Vivienne Westwood, Nike, Redbull and ShowStudio.
This January saw her first feature documentary Westwood - Punk Icon Activist chosen for competition and debuted to great acclaim at the 2018 Sundance Film festival. Since then it has been featured at various prominent film festivals including True/False and CPH:DOX 2018.
Westwood is a definitive look at the life, fashion and activism of one of Britain's most iconic and original designers. Lorna has received rave reviews for Westwood with audiences turning out in their droves to see this thoroughly entertaining film in theatres around the UK !
This summer will see the release of Amá, a feature documentary, which because of its socially sensitive nature has taken over 9 years to bring to fruition. Produced by Raindog Films and to be released through Dartmouth Films, Amá is a gentle yet powerful film about the sterilization abuses of Native American women across the United States during the last 60 years.
Next up: Lorna has written several screenplays and the first of these will go into pre production with Ged Doherty and Collin Firth's Raindog films this summer with Lorna once again in the directors chair.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Rhiannon Sussex