Adrian Powers is an Australian film director, screenwriter and film and video editor. Several of his films have screened at film festivals across the globe, including the 69th Venice Film Festival, where his film 'Scruples' screened in competition as part of a special collaboration between Sir Ridley Scott, Michael Fassbender and YouTube. Scott later commented that Adrian and his fellow finalists were "all clearly talents for the industry to watch". In 2013, Adrian completed work as co-director and editor on the WWI feature 'Forbidden Ground', which was released worldwide (including distribution in the U.S. through Lionsgate Entertainment). He has edited twelve feature films, including 'Skin Deep' (officially selected for the 2014 Austin Film Festival), 'Rip Tide' (officially selected for the 2018 Sydney Film Festival and released worldwide on Netflix in 2018) and 'Dark Place' (officially selected for the 2019 Melbourne International Film Festival). Additionally, as both an editor and director, Adrian has worked on hundreds of TVCs, music videos, corporate videos and documentaries, frequently producing content for some of the biggest brands in Australia and throughout the world, including QANTAS, Google and the Guardian. His latest film, 'Brolga', premiered at the 2019 Sci-Fi Film Festival, where Powers was awarded the George Pal Award for Best Director (Short Film). He is currently developing his next feature directorial effort.
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