Georgie's latest film, The Princes Mononoke Fan Film Wolf Girl was successfully funded on Kickstarter and is now in pre-production! She is creator and co-host of Kickstarter review channel Geeks In Motion on Youtube and is a Short Film Producer.
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Wolf Girl (Preproduction trailer) - Producer
The Time Is Now (Sundance Short Film Festival 2013) - Producer
Inconsistent Results (Sci-Fi London 48 Hour Film Competition 2012 - Top 20) - Producer/Director
Motherland (The National Youth Film Academy 2012) - Producer
Wolf Girl Behind-the-Scenes - Self-shooting Producer
600 years after Princess Mononoke the legend of the forest princess has long been forgotten, but the forest spirits live on and are once again in need of a saviour, who this time comes in the form of a young city girl who has lost her way. It's a modern-day Mononoke-inspired adventure.
Volunteers from all over the film indistry are collaborating to make this film with pro cinematic quality. Puppeteers, CG artists, animators, SFX technicians and filmmakers of all kinds are primed and ready but we need your backing on Kickstarter to make it happen.
Video-danse "work in progress" on a new vision of southern italian folk dances, shot during a workshop
PASSO A SUD lead by the dancer and coreographer Maristella Martella,in Corsano, Apulia, August 2012.
This is an initiation to the enigmatic ritual of Tarantism, hailing from the extreme south of Italy, the Salento's region.
Music by Ludovico Einaudi and Orchestra La Notte della Taranta, 2010.
“The Gringas” is a highly subjective record of the filmmaker’s involvement with the family of a teenaged American-German girl growing up in rural Mexico set around the planning of her quinceañera and its aftermath.
The film is a portrait of a few years in the lives of American and German pagan hippies living in an old school bus parked permanently on a dirt field in Baja Mexico. Lena can move fluidly in urban Los Angeles or rural Mexico, seemingly comfortable in her identity as a Mexican country girl, yet she belongs neither here nor there. The story expands to encompass the lives of her parents and her fiancé and the question of her future becomes a love letter between Mexico and Norte America.
Winner of the Best Documentary Feature at the 2014 Mexico International Film Festival.