The Jules Wright Prize for Female Creative Technician was a £5,000 prize for technical and craft roles within artist filmmaking, serving to recognise the collaborative nature of this area of practice and underlining that artists' films are a result of input from many skilled experts.
The Jules Wright Prize for Female Creative Technician was named after the late founder of The Wapping Project, a successful theatre director, curator and long-time champion of women in the arts.
It is funded by the Women's Playhouse Trust, and seeks to recognise, reward and highlight UK-based female creative technicians who have played a significant role in the area of artists' moving image production. The Prize formed part of the annual Film London Jarman Award.
The 2015 Jules Wright Prize was awarded to cinematographer Noski Deville.
The 2016 Jules Wright Prize was awarded to editor Lucy Harris.
The 2017 Jules Wright Prize was awarded to sound designer Chu-Li Shewring.
The Jules Wright Prize was funded by the Women's Playhouse Trust