Eloise King

Production Company: PRETTYBIRD
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Eloise King is an award-winning filmmaker, who has focused her career on telling powerful human-interest stories foregrounding marginalized voices. As a former Global Executive Producer at VICE, overseeing the brand’s digital channels in the UK and i-D’s globally, Eloise explored fashion, youth cultures, and social justice. Her projects have generated over 100 million views and have crossed digital and major terrestrial platforms, including BBC, Channel 4, ITV, MTV, A&E, and Al Jazeera English. They have even been exhibited at The ICA, Tate Britain, V&A, and MoAD. Her previous titles, as a director and/or producer, include: The Gatherings (C4– Nominated for a Grierson Award), Kids Behind Bars (ITV), Call the Mediator (BBC), Acid Attacks (VICE), JME x Corbyn, Fire Games of Napoli, and the Gurls Talk series with Adwoa Aboah, as well as the film’ (i-D – Won a Lovie Award for ‘Best Internet Video’). Most recently, she directed Nike Women’s “We’ve Always Done It” commercial, in which a workout morphs into a surreal dance on a rooftop and a group of women fully showcase their body confidence. Eloise was praised for the authentic and naturalistic way that she captured such a diverse cast of powerful, vibrant women, which included a professional dancer, a poet, a professional boxer, a youth organizer/LGBTQ+ activist, and the founder of Boys in Polish. Eloise is an alumna of The Edinburgh International Television Festival’s Ones to Watch talent program, giving television’s best and brightest access to creative debate, networking opportunities, and mentorship. She was selected to be part of the Sheffield Documentary Festival’s Future Producer School. In 2018, Eloise was recognized for ‘Outstanding Achievement’ in Campaign and Creative Equals’ list of future female leaders defining creativity. She is also deeply invested in giving back to her creative community, having founded Women on Docs which is a UK and LA based screening collective and event network celebrating the contribution of women to documentary film.