Liz Unna

Production Company: Independent,Hey Baby,Girl Culture
Website: Website

Liz cut her teeth in the Creative Services department of Discovery Channel, and eventually became Creative Director. She then moved to Channel 4 (UK) as Creative Director of FilmFour, and subsequently of More4 when it launched, overseeing all of its on-air identity and scooping several D&AD awards along the way. She has since directed TV commercials and online content for a wide range of clients. She has also directed long form drama and documentary films for Channel 4 including How The Snowman Came To Life, a film about the life of Raymond Briggs. Two of Liz’s films for The Times/Sunday Times won at the 2015 British Arrow Awards: Bringing The World to Britain (silver arrow) and The Art of Satire (bronze arrow). The films are part of the Unquiet Film Series, which won a gold arrow for Best Web Based Series. Bringing The World To Britain won the Branded Content of the Year at the Shots awards in 2014. Liz was awarded a Wood Pencil at the D&AD Professional Awards 2015, for The Art of Satire.