Mostly, I do online stuff for Film4 and broadcast stuff for the BBC.
I’m Co-Producer on forthcoming teen movie documentary Beyond Clueless, and am part of the team who produced an online behind-the-scenes look at Ben Wheatley’s A Field In England, a campaign nominated for four Screen Marketing Awards in 2013. I’m a member of the Awards Committee for the London Critics’ Circle Film Section and have hosted, written or broadcasted for Radio 4 Women’s Hour, Radio 4’s Film Programme, Today on Radio 4, BBC Radio London, the World at One, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Time Out, Empire, Everyman Cinemas, the BFI, BBC3, Channel 5, Discovery and Picturehouse Cinemas.
I had a play produced in London this year, which I co-wrote with my flatmate, and wrote a 24 Hour Play which was produced in Bath, also this year. I was a judge for the 7th Russian Film Festival in London in 2013 and judged the short doc category at the Kerry Film Festival, also in 2013. I was a finalist in the Women Of The Future awards 2010 and selected in 2012 as one of Broadcast Magazine’s Hotshots under 30. Film4.com was nominated in 2013 by Broadcast Magazine in their Best Website for a Channel awards category, along with BBC Sport, Sky News and ITV News.
Once upon a time, I was part of the Oxford Revue, the student comedy troupe that over the years has featured Michael Palin, Terry Jones, Ken Loach, Rowan Atkinson, Armando Iannucci, Rebecca Front, Richard Herring and Stewart Lee. Unlike them, I was rubbish.
My Twitter feed is over here. Come and say hello. You know, if you want to. You can also get hold of me at catherine dot bray at gmail dot com.