Hannah Berry George

HBG is an award-winning writer and director whose work often touches on social issues, making you laugh or question the norm. She kickstarted her career with an ADCAN* Award in 2018, for her first ever ad – a spot for US charity Ashoka. Since then, she’s worked with artists from Polydor, Sony and AWAL and her films have been featured on NOWNESS, Nylon, Alhurra, Spindle, The Evening Standard and Funny or Die, as well as having been screened by the BFI and other international festivals.

Currently, Hannah is in post on 100 (a stylised documentary about Sardinian centenarians) and The Breakdown (an art film installation about mental health in the drag community), developing a comedy short about body empowerment via nudism with the support of the BFI, and has developed two TV docu-series centred around female empowerment with US-based 823 Productions. Her stylised documentary Adelaide is also in pre-production which centres around a performance artist who uses her body as a paintbrush to work through her experience and pain of Endometriosis with endorsement from Endometriosis UK.