- ABANDON -

 
 

Starring - Clemmie Sveaas, Christopher Akrill, Eloïse Hymas, Charlotte Broom & Thomas Coombes.
Writer / Director - Georgia Parris
Producer - Douglas Cox & Georgia Parris
Director of Photography - Arturo Vasquez
Music - Zands & Louise Anna Duggan

Interview - BBC

2016 / 5 mins

Shot in one take, Abandon follows Clemmie, an ambitious dancer in her early thirties when she finds out she's unexpectedly pregnant. She's forced to put her emotions and anxiety aside for the final day of rehearsals of her most demanding show yet. Her understudy eagerly awaits for an opportunity to step out, but as the choreography intensifies can Clemmie go on or is she ready to compromise her career and handover everything she's worked so hard for?


- ALWAYS ON -

 
 

Starring - Gemma Yates-Round, Hamza Siddique, Kayleigh O'Connor, Sophie Shad & Josias Bertrand.
Director - Georgia Parris
Producer - Daisy Mount
Director of Photography - Arturo Vasquez
Production Design - Bobbie Cousins
Editor - Adam Hales-Walker

2015 / 20 mins

Short film commissioned by Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, to showcase students from the MA Acting for Screen course.


- A MOMENT TO MOVE -

 
 
A Moment To Move should be lauded for turning the spotlight on the middle aged mother of the bride Martha as its central character – the kind of woman that could be shunted to the sidelines as in most stories. Women don’t disappear just because they reach middle age, and it’s great that A Moment To Move delves into the inner emotions of a real woman. Seeing Martha on the dancefloor was a powerful moment in this film that reminds us that women of a certain age aren’t one-dimensional, and in fact they might be more interesting at middle age than at age 22.
— Wendy Mitchell - Editor at time of Screen International

2014 / 20 mins

Experiencing a silent despair against the backdrop of supposed celebration, Martha reaches breaking-point and flees her daughter's wedding. Finding herself at a late-night bar, a lone figure in unfamiliar territory, she takes a leap of faith and chooses to be seen again.

A Moment to Move by Georgia Parris was a particular favourite of mine this year, winning in the XX Category for its inspiring depiction of an older woman reclaiming her sense of self.
— Gemma Mitchell - Co-founder of Underwire Film Festival

Starring - Diana Kent, Phoebe Fox, Kyle Soller, Henry Garrett, Susie Cousins, Janet Spencer-Turner, Christopher Sciueref & Jeta Bennett
Writer / Director - Georgia Parris
Producer - Daisy Mount
Director of Photography - Ben Fordesman
Casting Director - Aisha Walters
Production Design - Bobbie Cousins
Editor - Adam Hales-Walker

Interview - SCREEN DAILY
Interview - UNDERWIRE FILM FESTIVAL


- EVERY SAVAGE CAN DANCE -

 
 
 

2013 / 4 mins

Fashion Film for Louisa Parris - Collection Three

Director - Georgia Parris
Choreographer & Dancer - Charlotte Broom
Producers - Georgia Parris & Jemma Desai
Director of Photography - Fede Alfonzo
Composers - Zands Duggan & Louise Morgan
Editor - Adam Shell


- BRIGHTER BOROUGH -

 
 
 

2012 / 4 mins

Fashion Film for Louisa Parris - Collection One

Director - Georgia Parris
Dancers - Charlotte Broom, Laura Caldow & Aurelie Poles
Producers - Luke Thornton & Georgia Parris
Director of Photography - Fede Alfonzo
Choreographer - Caroline Pope
Composers - Zands Duggan & Louise Morgan
Editor - Myles Painter & Darren Baldwin


- BAND SUR LE RUN -

 
 
 

2011 / 12 mins

Following a group of musicians from the heart of Paris, Band Sur Le Run documents the camaraderie and spirit of the 30-strong fanfare band Chez Mectons of the Bouillon. From the basement rehearsal room of a Montmartre jazz club to the streets of Paris and London, we witness the band in all their glory, entertaining and uniting people through their passion for music and all things French.