Annabel Vine is a writer/director with a range of award-winning shorts and extensive commercial experience. She has a reputation for bold ideas, outsider stories, and an unconventional approach, even in a corporate setting.
Her commissioned feature screenplay SKYWARD is in active development with Shire Oak Films.
She has two short films coming out in 2018. SKIP GIRL is on the official selection for BAFTA qualifying Aesthetica Film festival, among others, and GRANBAD, which is in the final stages of post-production. Her previous short, LETTERBOX, won 9 awards and had 6 nominations at international film festivals, including BAFTA qualifiers.
She founded her production company WAX FILMS in 2010. WAX makes innovative films of all shapes and sizes for big brands like HEINEKEN, charities like THE WILDLIFE TRUSTS and small artisan companies like NKUKU.
Annabel is a film graduate from PCL and began her career as an editor at Ealing Studios. She went on to join James Lebon’s production company, Love Films, who were making music videos for household names and emerging West London hip-hop artists. Later she worked for Billy Connolly’s production company Tickety-Boo, directing and editing his live show DVDs including ‘Two Night Stand’.
As well as SKYWARD she is working on a feature comedy BEDTIME STORIES, a Sci-FI BOTANICA and co-writing a sit-com THE ANARCHISTS’ COOKBOOK.
Annabel is represented by Steven Russell of Collective Talent.