Hi. I’m Michelle Golder - a writer, director and producer based in Cambridge, England.
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Writing a new Sci-Fi Feature.
Directing three new short pieces for WRiTEON’s Monologues and Duologues Festival, 26 May, 2 & 9 June.
The Last Fishing Boat, a film by award winning Malawian filmmaker Shemu Joyah, has been nominated for five African Academy Awards. I was a script consultant on this film about the clash of cultures in a lakeside village.
Member of the Board of Trustees: Cambridge Wordfest.
Member of the Board of Trustees: Classworks Theatre and Costumes
Directed The Greatest Goal Ever Scored and other Stories by Paul Richards for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2012.
My micro-short screenplay Birthday shortlisted for the London Screenwriters’ Festival Four Days in August competition, 2011.
My feature length screenplay My Dead Wife longlisted for the Spring Bafta Rocliffe Forum 2011.
Hayton on Homicide, (writer/director). Cambridge (ADC Theatre & Haslingfield Little Theatre), London (Tristan Bates), Edinburgh Fringe festival, 2009.
Sexual Ironing (Director Holly Race) ADC Theatre, Cambridge and Etcetera Theatre, Camden.
Absurdities/Bed (co-written with Paul Richards, director Holly Race) Corpus Playroom, Cambridge and Brighton Fringe Festival.
That Didn’t Work Either (Director Trish Etheridge) Part of Singles Night, Brentwood Theatre, Essex.
Options, 7 minute romantic comedy about a parking machine, produced by the BBC as part of Menagerie Theatre Company’s Echoes From The East.
Hills Road, 10 part comedy soap (209radio).
Can’t Handle It (CIFA, Malcolm Greenhill), shown at the Cambridge Film Festival 2010.
Are You Lonesome Tonight (Internet project, Mad & Bad Films, Kate Madison).
This is Susan (Actors at Work, for the 2011 Reed short film competition, Kate Madison).