Director Georgiana Taylor is a film-maker who is passionate about stories that combine humour, pathos and intelligence.
Based in New Zealand, she is the director and co-creator of the successful online comedy series Woodville – funded by NZ on Air. Woodville was consequently sold to Fairfax (Stuff, Sydney Morning Herald and The Age) and selected for the Raindance Film Festival in the UK. This led to developing a political satire series with John Clarke, which was ongoing up to his untimely death. The series now sits as part of Skin and Blister Films' slate.
As a writer and director, she currently has a feature film in development with Ainsley Gardiner and Georgina Conder of Miss Conception Films, with the support of NZFC. She is also developing the screen adaptation of ‘Say it again in a nice voice’ for Arcadia Films in Sydney, Australia.
Georgiana is a graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. And a delight to work with.