Since 2012, Dionne Edwards and Georgia Goggin have made five shorts together, including the award-winning comedy Hi, Miss! which has screened at festivals around the world. Their most recent film, We Love Moses, was supported by Film London, Signature Pictures and Sugar Films Lab. It premiered at the BFI London Film Festival in October 2016 and has gone on to screen at over forty festivals worldwide, picking up nine awards. It has been licensed for television by Cine+, Canal+ and HBO.
Dionne is a screenwriter and director. After studying Film & TV production at the University of Westminster, Dionne spent a year at Working Title Films on their prestigious Action Internship. She went on to work at Linda Seifert Management, working with some of the UK's best writers and directors. Dionne was on the BFI Flare LGBT Filmmakers' Mentorship programme 2016/17 and was mentored by director Desiree Akhavan. Dionne is represented in the UK by Olivia Gray at Independent Talent and in the US by Gabrielle Lewis at Paradigm.
Georgia is a producer. Alongside her work with Dionne, Georgia is developing features with writer/director Matthew Jacobs Morgan and writer/director Anna Seabright and fellow producer Anna Hargreaves. Georgia's shorts include The Riot Act, directed by BAFTA Brit-to-Watch Oliver Riley-Smith, and Chocolate Pieces, starring Bebe Cave (Tale of Tales) and Abigail Lawrie (Tin Star) and directed by Emma Curtis. Before going solo, Georgia spent four years at The Electric Shadow Company, where she worked across development and production on a diverse slate of features. She is an Associate Producer of Electric Shadow's feature The Hippopotamus, adapted from the novel by Stephen Fry. Georgia has a first class degree in Cinema, Photography & Television from Leeds University.