Matthew Barton is an award winning independent filmmaker who’s work deals with themes of humanity, adversity and marginal stereotypes. His work has screened internationally with SIT AND WATCH (2016) awarded Best Mid Length Film at Visions Du Réel, Nyon Switzerland. He has directed a number of successful campaigns for Pret, Oxfam, Vice and Dazed Magazine.
Most recent work includes ‘Diverse Voices’ a series of films looking at communities living close to ISIS territory for the KuridIsh independence vote and ‘Box’ which details the impending eviction of the Calais Jungle shown through the prism of the camp’s boxing club. He is currently involved in projects with charities, think tanks and philanthropy groups around the issue of youth homelessness, food-waste and special educational needs.