Jude Cook has written/ co-written four award-winning short films, which have received screenings at the London Independent Film Festival, Portobello Film Festival, Unrestricted View Film Festival, Brixton Rapport Festival, Courage Film Festival, Women of the Lens Festival, Everyman Belsize Park, Picturehouse Hackney, Rio Dalston, and Framestore.
Fare (2013 Dir. PJ Harling) IMDb
Flint (2015 Dir. Meena Ayittey) IMDb
Gagarin (2015 Dir. Oliver Lewis) IMDb
Home (2017 Dir. Meena Ayittey) IMDb
The trailer for Fare can be seen here
The trailer for Flint can be seen here
The trailer for Gagarin can be seen here
The trailer for Home can be seen here
Jude Cook's first radio play was Thousand Cranes, an adaptation of Nobel-winner Yasunari Kawabata's 1952 novel, starring Naoko Mori and Eiji Mihara. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on Dec 6th 2020, and was produced and directed by Jeremy Mortimer of Reduced Listening.
Listen to Thousand Cranes on BBC iPlayer here
Jude Cook's second radio play was The Rival, a re-imagining of how Shakespeare came to write the Sonnets, starring Elliot Barnes-Worrell, Freddie Fox, Indra Ové and Tim Downie. It was first broadcast on BBC Radio 3 on June 27th 2021, and was produced and directed by Jeremy Mortimer of Reduced Listening.
Listen to The Rival on BBC iPlayer here