Ioanna started her career as a freelance Producer/Project Manager handling film and digital productions of gallery installation based films. A BA (Hons) Film and Video Production graduate, Ioanna was selected as one of Britain’s emerging talents to participate in the Berlinale Talent Campus in 2005 with her award winning short film ‘Here at Home’. Since then she has produced and/or production managed a diverse number of short films, pop promos and online content across a wide range of productions, formats and disciplines from factual documentary programmes for Channel 4, BBC, News UK, The Times and The Sun, to live shows, multiscreen installations and independent feature films.
Her debut feature film as Producer, ‘ELIMINATE: Archie Cookson’ was completed in 2011 and screened at festivals around the world including Palm Springs International Film Festival and was released internationally. She has been a visiting lecturer on the MA Filmmaking course at E15 Acting School, BA Film Production course at UCA and BA Film & Television course at Brunel University. She has been a curator of London Shorts on Londonist, a weekly online showcase of London focused short films. She currently freelances as Producer and/or Line Producer on independent films and has recently completed work on the British action horror ‘Redcon-1’ which she produced.
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A squad of eight Special Forces soldiers are assigned a suicide mission to rescue a scientist from a city ruled by the undead.
EYES AND PRIZE
Four contestants taking part in an online reality show discover that your fifteen minutes of fame can last a whole lot longer than that.
A couple living in the ruins of London 2056 must decide whether they should upload their consciousnesses into the mysterious Cloud 9.
A prisoner is released by his torturer for reasons that will become apparent.
Last night, he texted her. This morning? No reply. Where did it all go wrong?
BORIS IN THE FOREST
Fresh off the plane from Los Angeles, horror geek Merv Blanco holds forth in reverential ecstasy as he finally finds himself outside 36 Forest Hill Road, London, birthplace of his hero, screen legend Boris Karloff.