Victoria recently was the ClubPanico@LFA Programmer
(a film club set up by the Monty Python Players almost 20 years ago). Before this, she was programming and moderating events for the London Business School’s Media Alumni Club and she created and implemented a film program in North London sponsored by the European Regional Development Fund, the Arts Council, and the London Development Agency, culminating in her setting up and raising finance for a film production fund in which the finalists premiered their five finished films at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London and then at various film festivals internationally. Prior to LBS, she was on contract to help set up Ealing Studios’ new International sales and distribution arm, bringing to Cannes 2007 the then in-progress, St. Trinian’s.

Before moving to London, Victoria worked in production in New York City for such films as The Devil’s Advocate, Conspiracy Theory, For Love of the Game, and Celebrity.  She moved to Los Angeles and worked in literary acquisitions for International Creative Management (ICM) and then in development for companies such as Intermedia Films, Independent Feature Project West (IFP West), Miramax Films, Universal Studios, and Signpost Films, where she was involved with films such as The Motorcycle Diaries, Shopgirl, Thank you for Smoking and Blow. Victoria also worked in sponsorship and marketing for AFI Fest 2001 and in marketing & publicity for The Independent Spirit Awards 2002.

Victoria studied screenwriting and producing at the American Film Institute (AFI) in Los Angeles and holds a Master of Arts in English from King’s College, London, where she specialised in literary adaptations to feature film.


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