Hannah Berry George has had several comedy viral hits that touch on social issues including sexuality, race and gender and her work has regularly been featured on Funny or Die. Her first music promo with Syrian-American rapper Mona Haydar released in October 2018 on the same day that she won an ADCAN* Award for her spot for US charity Ashoka. Recently, she released her third music video and second collaboration with indie band Rumours and a social media campaign for US charity Girls Leadership. She has just shot a film about mental health in the drag community in NYC and is pre-production on two other shorts she hopes to film this year. As well as developing several other fashion, documentary and drama projects with various London and NYC production companies.
- Hard RainHard Rain is an exploration of mental health in the drag community, centred around NYC drag queen Blackie O. Featuring: @blackie_o Director I Producer: @veryberrygeorge DoP I Producer: @andgavazzi Composer: @tomhaniffmusic Runner: @monk_500 Editor: @somhairle Edit Producer: @jenniferjayne Edit House: @thequarryedit Colourist: @thomasmangham Colour Producer: @charlesdmorris Finished by: @millchannel / @mill_ldn Sound Recordist: Youmin Kang Thank you to @gothamsound and @metpostny for their sup
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- Hannah GeorgeSarah was tired and stressed, but she didn’t quite realise it yet. It’d been nine days since her mother got sick and she was at the point where even drinking water was a struggle. Yet again, she’d become the parent while her mother regressed to being a child. Their entire relationship flashed before Sarah’s eyes as she moved around the kitchen on autopilot. The world was an entirely different place only just over a week ago. Now the streets were so quiet you could hear a pin drop, traces of life
- The Pain MuseumPain for women has historically been side-lined; written off as “normal” or dismissed as a symptom of hysteria. It’s even harder to get a diagnosis if you’re a Black, Asian or mixed heritage woman. Not to mention the host of stigmas and lack of understanding that stands in the way of trans and non-binary people receiving adequate care for their pain. The consequences can be devastating – unconscious medical bias, a dearth of research, chronic misdiagnosis, a continued lack of funding and an ing