Isaac Knights-Washbourn

Writer-director

New Zealand & Scotland, UK

Isaac Knights-Washbourn is a New Zealand writer/director based in Edinburgh. His short film, MONEY HONEY, had its premiere at the 70th Berlinale. It won the inaugural Wellington UNESCO City of Film Award for Best Film at the New Zealand International Film Festival 2020 and the Directors and Editors Guild of New Zealand Award for Best Director at Show Me Shorts International Film Festival. Since then, his documentary THE TWO TALES had its World Premiere at Encounters Film Festival. He was chosen to take part in LIM | Less is More Scottish Pre-Writing Program in 2020. Awarded an Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, Isaac graduated with an MA in Screenwriting at the Kino Eyes Masters program based between Edinburgh, Lisbon and Tallinn. His latest film, MOTHER’S MILK will be released in 2022.

Project

God, rebuild me