Georgina produced as part of the senior leadership team for Raindance International Film Festival across 2016 & 17 leading on the instillation of their VR Gallery, co-managed the account with Lexus, sourced new brand partnerships and programming talks including the below.
Working with George was a breath of fresh air. She breezed in to execute an impossible brief. From her magicians hat she conjured up events way beyond our expectations and way below budget. She's got a knack for making the complicated simple, and the simple look extraordinary.
Elliot Grove, Founder of Raindance Film Festival
VR Arcade 2016 & 2017
Beginning as the first London based curated VR Gallery, Georgina led the logistics, artist communication, some curation and digital contract procurement for this cutting edge digital event showcase talent in documentaries, animations and cutting edge experiences, With good knowledge of the different headsets (see my blog) and worked closely to ensure a flawless audience experience of the event with Lexus, and The Hospital Club.
The Film in My Mind: Women Filmmakers Wednesday, September 14, 2016 5:30pm 6:30pm
What does it take to make your first feature and when should you do it? Can you move into making a film if you belong to another creative industry? And do you have to choose - family or film? Hear from three accomplished artists working across the creative industries, on the good, bad and ugly of that first feature. Georgina Bednar will be joined by accomplished film producer, Nicky Benthan (Moon, The Silent Storm, Neon Films), writer for the stage and screen, Suhalya El-Bushra (The Suicide, National Theatre, BBC) and emerging talent, Marnie Dickens (Thirteen, BBC3).