Dionne Edwards and Georgia Goggin have been collaborating since 2012.
Their most recent short, 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 fifty festivals worldwide, including ABFF and TIFF, picking up nine awards. It has been licensed for television by Cine+, Canal+ and HBO.
Georgia and Dionne are both participants of BFI NETWORK x BAFTA Crew and were named in Film London’s inaugural list of Lodestars.
Dionne and Georgia are now developing their debut feature film Pretty Red Dress with the BFI and Sundance Institute.
Dionne is a screenwriter and director. This year, Dionne directed That Girl, a 30-minute drama in Channel 4’s On the Edge series. It stars Chanel Cresswell (This Is England) and Alexandra Roach (Black Mirror) and was broadcast in August 2018 to excellent reviews. Dionne was on the BFI Flare LGBT Filmmakers' Mentorship programme 2016/17 and was mentored by director Desiree Akhavan (The Miseducation of Cameron Post). She directed second unit on the third series of Top Boy (Netflix) and shadowed director Reinaldo Marcus Green (Monsters and Men). She is a 2019 Sundance Screenwriting Fellow.
Georgia is a producer, writer and director. Alongside her work with Dionne, Georgia is developing a slate of projects with new writers and directors. Before going solo, Georgia spent four years at The Electric Shadow Company, where she worked across development and production. In 2018, Georgia was invited to the Edinburgh International Film Festival Talent Lab. Georgia is currently producing The Uncertain Kingdom, an anthology of short films about the UK in 2019, from filmmakers including Hope Dickson Leach, Ian Bonhôte and Nathaniel Martell0-White. Georgia is also in post on her most recent short as a director, Sorry Fi Disturb Yuh, a spoken-word film written by and starring Russeni Fisher, exec-produced by DMC.