Lily is currently developing a feature horror concept with the BFI as a recipient of their Early Development Fund.
She was recently nominated for Film London's 2023 Lodestars Awards in the writer's category, and was very grateful to be a recipient of the Gane Trust Grant, which has supported her in her screenwriting and directing work.
She is currently in post-production on her first short film as director, 'The Eyes of Marge'. The project was a winner of the 2022 Other Brother Studios Film Fund and has been created with their support.
Prior to this, she wrote and produced the short dystopian film, 'A.R.P.U.' which went on to win awards at a number of national and international film festivals.
Writer & Producer
A.R.P.U. is a short dystopian film set in a world where the only currency is our personal data.
The film won Best Fantasy Film at the Discover Film Awards, and the Grand Jury Prize at Berlin Sci-Fi Film Festival, as well as being selected by BIFA Qualifying Manchester Film Festival.
Lily is currently being supported by the BFI in the early development of her next film.
She is delighted to be working on her first feature film, a gothic horror called 'Cocoon.'
Writer & Producer
Lily co-founded Double Yellow Productions with actress and writer Megan Smith in 2017.
She wrote the micro-short 'Dibs', which the pair produced together; and was exec producer on 'Best Friends' which won four awards and was selected for 13 film festivals internationally
Congratulations, you've been commoditized and you never even knew it...
WINNER - Discover Film Awards Best Fantasy Film
WINNER - Berlin SciFi Film Festival Grand Jury Award
Manchester Film Festival 2022
Boston SciFi Film Festival 2022 - Best Short Film Nomination
Birmingham Film Festival 2021 - Best Actress, Best Cinematography,
Best Sound Design Nominations
Soho Independent Film Festival 2021 - Best SciFi, Best Director,
Best Actor Nominations
& 4 other International and National film festivals in 2021
In a world where data is our only currency, a career-driven young mother is forced to fight for her way of life when a global tech giant comes to claim a debt.
A.R.P.U. – which stands for ‘average revenue per user’ – is a short dystopian film inspired by the Netflix documentary ‘The Great Hack’ and the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The film explores our relationship with our online data, and what could happen when we give it away so freely.
A group of women compete to be the better friend...
Best Friends explores female competitiveness and has so far, connected with audiences all over the world.
Lit Laugh International Film Festival 2020
(Best Micro Short Comedy)
Houston Comedy Film Festival 2020
(Best Micro Comedy)
Atlanta Female Comedy Film Festival 2021
(Best International Comedy)
London Indie Short Film Festival 2021 (Best Narrative UK Film)
Funny Women Award 2020