Winner of the Special Jury Prize at Sundance, designed cityscapes for acclaimed adaptation of Majorie Blackman’s book series Nought’s and Crosses and premiered his debut feature, co-directed by Daniel Kaluuya, at the London Film Festival.
Kibwe’s expertise spans live-action, CGI and architecture. With this varied background, his work offers a unique perspective and it’s at its best when one discipline is allowed to inform the others. His meticulous attention to detail, applied to large-scale world-building, has been integral to his creative voice ever since he broke through with his master’s thesis film Robots of Brixton (2012).
Since then, Kibwe has landed commissions for BBC, Film4, BFI, The Royal Ballet, UEFA and Guinness.