Nicola Mills

United Kingdom


After an award winning career in moving image design Nicola joined the National Film and Television School in 2004, winning the prestigious Golden Dinosaur at the Etuida and Anima Student Film Festival, Cracow, with her short, A Touch of Sadness. Graduating in 2006, her final NFTS film The Toughest Girl in the World, has been screened at various festivals including Clermont-Ferrand, as well as travelling the world with Future Shorts.   In September 2007 she developed her first feature screenplay, Digging for Marni, at the Binger Filmlab in Amsterdam. Her second screenplay, Greengrass, was developed with Script&Pitch Workshops (an advanced scriptwriting programme) and was pitched at the TorinoFilmLab 2008, winning a Development Award. Greengrass was also presented at Cinemart, Rotterdam Film Festival 2009. Nicola has been selected for Digital Shorts, a UKFC and Screen South scheme with her short film Gum and is a participant on the Guiding Lights Mentor Scheme 2008/9. Her mentor is UK director Roger Michell.

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