Represented byAndrew Mills
Writer, Director and Curator, Emily Harris’ second feature was an evocative retelling of Sheridan Le Fanu’s classic CARMILLA released by Altitude in 2020 starring Jessica Raine and Tobias Menzies, following on from Johnny Flynn starring in LOVE IS THICKER THAN WATER (2017). She also released in 2022 the documentary YOU SAY YOU WANT A REVOLUTION covering the tumultuous sixties alongside the V&A exhibition. Prior work includes short films and experimental screen projects such as BORGES AND I. She has also edited and produced BIFA and Grierson nominated and Oscar long-listed documentaries. Emily works boundlessly across genre and form, from comedy to horror to grounded sci-fi to documentary exploring themes of invisible barriers, metaphysical obstructions and the internal narratives that drive our behaviour and define our relationships. Her award-winning work has enjoyed international cinema distribution and been shown in major museums worldwide including the V&A Museum in London, Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, The Industrial Palace in Prague and The Art Brut Museum in Lausanne. Her education includes a Fine Art degree from the Glasgow School of Art, Post-grad Filmmaking at The London Film School, Script Development Post-grad Degree from the NFTS and a Masters in Producing for Film and Television from Royal Holloway University. Emily is Berlinale Talent Alumna, full voting member of BAFTA and Curator of Film at the V&A Museum. Accolades include Jury Prize at Raindance (Winner), Best Lo-Budget Feature at London International Film Festival (Winner), Best Production Design at Munich Film Festival (Winner), Special Award at Split Film Festival (Winner), and nominations for Jury Award at Tribeca, Gold Q-Hugo Award at Chicago Film Festival and the Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature. Emily is currently developing both feature and doc projects for the big and small screen.