A fantastic filmmaker, Julie Moggan’s work is ludicrously funny, at times surprisingly deep, warm, ironic and unique. She studied documentary-making at the National Film & Television School where she now mentors students. She loves to show the humour, drama and beauty in everyday life.

Her first feature length documentary, Guilty Pleasures, a cheeky and affectionate look at romance novel addicts and their real-life relationship struggles was commissioned by Channel 4 for its ‘True Stories’ strand. It was nominated for a Grierson Award for Most Entertaining Documentary and received a number of awards and nominations at festivals worldwide.