Women screenwriters & filmmakers
a short film
Michael’s mother tells him he will outgrow his best friend.
Seventy years later, it appears she was wrong.
© Vaughan Films
10m20s UK & France
Filmed in Occitanie, France
Izzy Vaughan spent many years as a professional singer, actor and voiceover artist, performing in numerous international opera and musical theater productions. She was the Head of the Voice Department at Germany’s largest performing arts academy, The Stage School in Hamburg.
Izzy recently adapted her first novel into a film and has been writing screenplays ever since.
Vic Vaughan has directed/produced over 70 operas and musicals, from classics like Carmen and The Magic Flute, to world premiere productions including the acclaimed Feynman and Leave Me Alone! (written by and starring Harvey Pekar).
Vic co-directed the onstage video for the opera version of Lost Highway at the Miller Theatre in NYC. She now writes and directs exclusively for film.
300 years and counting
A Time Machine propels three children back to 1680 where their parents must save them from the guillotine for a crime they didn’t commit.
A hostile agent infiltrates an electronics company to spread a debilitating virus around the world and a fledgling scientist needs to get the truth out before she is taken out. The script’s predecessor, THE SILENT RUN, was a finalist in the 2017 Writers Lab (NYWIFT)
Out of Nowhere
If your geologist husband came back from a field trip to Africa, you’d expect him to bring home a couple of rocks and a souvenir, not a meteorite and a deadly virus.
And let’s say you’re a molecular biologist, you’d expect that virus to be killing him, not killing his cancer, right?
And, you’d expect someone — anyone — to believe you.
Notes of Endurance
In 1940s Britain an accomplished pianist falls in love with a man who may just be her worst nightmare.
Based on the novel by Izzy Vaughan.
collaborating Writer on S-HER (2017)
Amy is a freelance film journalist based in the UK.
Her monograph on Lars von Trier’s Antichrist (2009) was published in July 2015 and her upcoming book on Jonathan Glazer’s Under The Skin (2013) will be published in April 2018 (both by Auteur Publishing).
Amy has written for Time Out London, Sight & Sound, the British Film Institute and Senses of Cinema.