I’m Mia, a writer/director and experienced script supervisor.

I recently graduated from MetFilm School London where I studied a BA in Practical Filmmaking. My intensive two years in film school exposed me to many collaborative projects where I honed skills such as time management, organization, communication as well as leadership and earned a broad knowledge of working on a film set.

My most recent work included writing and directing my graduation short film titled ‘Memorial Picture House’. The film explores the concept of the after-life alongside themes of family, sisterhood and loss. Till date, ‘Memorial Picture House’ has won multiple awards such as ‘Best Student Drama Short’ at the London Independent Film Awards and was nominated at the Montreal Independent Film Festival. My other credits involve my first short film titled ‘Breach’ which went on to win the People’s Choice Award at the Ealing Film Festival and received a Highly Commended mention.

Aside from my love of writing and directing, I have had the opportunity of working as a script supervisor on multiple student projects that ranged from short films to series and feature films, where I was able to track continuity throughout the entire productions.

I am a multilingual citizen of the world having travelled between Canada, Lebanon, France and the UK, I have developed resilience and became adept at working in high pressure situations.

Photo credits: Anna McCarthy
“I am a multilingual citizen of the world […] Through changes in my surroundings, I have developed resilience and became adept at working in high pressure situations.”