Nicholas Greene is a British filmmaker. His short film, Salar, made in Bolivia with the country’s only film school, won the 2011 Austin Film Festival Jury Award and was shortlisted for the 2013 Oscars. He was selected for the 2013 Film Independent Director's lab in LA, the Cine Qua Non screenwriters lab in Mexico and the Berlin Talent Campus in 2011. As a producer, he works with Jolyon Symonds, and has two projects supported by the BFI: Travels with My Aunt, based on the novel by Graham Greene, and The White Tiger, based on the Booker prize winning novel by Aravind Adiga. He previously worked for Paramount Pictures and holds an MFA in film from Columbia University. He works as an editor for non-profit documentary projects.