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Charlotte George

Writer, Director - Drama / Comedy /Film / Kids (live action)

Agent: Jean Kitson -

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Working in both the UK and Australia, Charlotte has worked continuously as a director and writer, making more than 100 short films, as well as directing broadcast TV and developing feature film and original TV projects.

In 2011 she was the online director for Series 3 of EastEnders: E20 (BBC3) and made behind-the-scenes content for the flagship drama. That same year she wrote and directed a new online drama series aimed at teenage fathers, Me and My Dad, for award-winning website YoungDads.TV and later directed a soap opera written by young people, Dead Ends, for Nick Hornby’s literacy charity Ministry of Stories.

Charlotte has directed the Electronic Press Kit for many high-profile drama series. This included slotting into crews and creating original behind-the-scenes material, as well as both formal and on-set cast interviews. Charlotte also took part in the Channel 4/Directors UK scheme for women directors on Hollyoaks and then went on to direct 4 episodes, before taking time out earlier this year to have a baby.

As a writer, Charlotte has a feature film in development, Bird, with Underground Films in Dublin, supported by the Irish Film Board, as well as a TV comedy with Urban Myth/Guilty Party, Invisible, along with other original projects.

Charlotte excels in exploring difficult subject matters but with wit and warmth. Her aim is to write and direct high quality, entertaining fictionalised projects, which have the potential to introduce new audiences to characters and situations they might not otherwise encounter.



The Square Mile
Hillbilly Films

Original TV series under option with Hillbilly Films.

Urban Myth / Guilty Party

Original comedy/drama created with Ben Chessell, in development with Julian Murphy, Johnny Capps and Spencer Millman.

Underground Films

Original feature film romantic comedy in development with Irish Film Board funding. Naomi Sheridan attached as director and co-writer.

World of Chickens

Romantic comedy feature film in development, based on the novel by Nick Earls. Producers Chelsea Bruland, Tait Brady, with EP Trish Lake.


Giri/Haji (2019-2020)
Sister Pictures

2nd Unit Director on this 8-part drama thriller series.

Big Smoke (2019)

Web series shot simultaneously in Melbourne and New York City. Watch it here.

Hollyoaks (2016-2017)
Lime Pictures

Director, 4 episodes
You can view one of her episodes here

Happy Valley II (2015-2016)
Red Productions / BBC

Directed online content and Electronic Press Kit for second series of award-winning drama.

From Darkness (2015)

EPK, cast interviews and additional material for 4 x 60′ crime drama, starring Anne-Marie Duff and produced by Helen Ziegler. See videos here

No Offence (2015)
Abbott Vision / C4

Directed and edited the EPK fo Paul Abbott’s crime series. See videos here

Banana (2014)
Red Productions / E4

Directed and edited the Electronic Press Kit for Russell T Davies’ series. Cast profiles, interviews and two specially created short films available here

The Honourable Woman (2013-2014)
Drama Republic / Eight Rooks/Sundance Channel / BBC

Directed, provided additional material and edited the Electronic Press Kit for major TV thriller by Hugo Blick, starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, Andrew Buchan, Stephen Rea and Janet McTeer.

Dead Ends (2012)
Ministry of Stories

Directed 4 x 6’ episodes, written by 12-16 year olds, for web project funded by Hoxton based literacy charity.

EastEnders Online (2012)

Directed and edited behind the scenes coverage for BBC Online.

Me and My Dad (2011-2012)

Writer/director, 4 episode web drama based on workshops with teenage fathers.

EastEnders: E20 (2011)

Online content for BBC3 drama E20, including 10 x extra ‘Whodunit’ episodes with the main cast plus behind the scenes films, sketches and interviews.

Short Film

Lurker (2020)

Writer/Director. Produced as part of the Directors UK/Arri Trinity challenge.

Apocalypse Newborn (2018)

Writer/Director. Finalist in the Melbourne International Film Festival Powershorts Competition.

Countdown (2012)
Virgin Shorts

Writer/director. 2’ comedy film

Never Had You (2011)

Writer/director. Short legal drama set in the Family Court starring Doon Mackichan and Helen Clapp

Safe Exit (2011)

Director. Short film based on the testimony of a street prostitute

The Easy Chair (2008)

Director/producer. 5’ short film of the Guardian YouTube competition. Official shortlist 2009.

Ingrid Sits Holding a Knife (2007)

Director. 15’ AFC funded black comedy written by Lally Katz.

Official selection: St Kilda Film Festival 2007, Melbourne Underground Film Festival 2007

Two Minutes to Midnight (2005)

Director/writer. 15’ romantic comedy.

Selected: Foxtel Digital, Flickerfest, London Australian Film Festival

Winner: Best Film, Fitzroy Shorts

The House of Names (2005)

Director/writer/producer. 15’ comedy.

Selected: Foxtel Digital, Melbourne Intl Film Festival, Berlin Interfilm Festival, St Kilda Film Festival, Rhode Island Film Festival

Winner: Best Director, Fitzroy Shorts

Campaigns / Other

Amnesty International UK (2017)

Internal staff training films for Amnesty International with ice&fire.

Money Skills (2012)
Barclays / Inside Job Productions

Series of online short films targeted at students running their finances.

What Does 0.05% Look Like? (2010)


Winner: Robin Hood Tax Film competition. Judge Richard Curtis said ‘I love the imagination of this film – the most thoughts – the wittiest – and a profound point at the bottom of it’.

London's Poverty Profile (2010)
Trust for London / iceandfire

Director/producer. 6 shorts for London Poverty Profile website.

Outcry (2010)
The Children’s Society / BID

Director/producer. Video campaign about children in immigration detention

Beyond Prison (2010)
Inside Job Productions

Writer/director. 30’ DVD project. Live comedy show and doc about mental health in prisons.

Winner: Best Short Documentary Scottish Mental Health Film Festival 2011, Special NHS Award