Creative Lives — Filmmaking is all conversation and collaboration for Just So’s production assistant, Georgia Rose

Posted 20 September 2017 Interview by Marianne Hanoun

Production assistant Georgia Rose can vouch for the benefits of eavesdropping. Fresh out of uni as an English Literature graduate and thrown into the ranks at VICE as a journalist, she found her interest piqued by the goings-on at the nearby production table. A narrative-driven approach to research matched with a practical head defines her role at creative agency Just So, where the business of making films is both a conversation and a collaboration. Whether it’s unconventional athletes or musical choreographers, uncovering interesting people and telling their stories is one of Georgia’s favourite parts of the job. We turned the tables to ask about her very own journey from journalism to the film industry. Georgia tells us about the benefits of not going to film school and making the most of your network – whether that’s a new contact or your friend’s older sister’s friend’s husband...

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