HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT
Victoria is a Swedish producer, particularly drawn to stories that subvert societal expectations. After studying medicine at Gothenburg University and law at Stockholm University, she left to pursue a career in film, training at the Met Film School and Drama Studio London.
Her first short film, as a writer/director/producer, called ANN'S EARRINGS (2014), explored a dysfunctional yet loving mother and teenage daughter relationship. She then co-wrote and produced THE CUNNING STUNT (2015), a horror short for the 48-Hour Film Project, which centres around a female psychopath, flipping the gender stereotypes before KILLING EVE hit television screens. The film picked up the prize for Best Cinematography at the 48 Hour Film Project festival. More recently, Victoria has worked as an assistant director to BAFTA-nominated director David Tucker for a Drama Studio London production of ROSSMORE HALL and as a post production supervisor on the comedy feature LOVE TYPE D (2019).
This led to Victoria joining JSB Films as Head of Development, producing shorts with emerging directors, while developing TV and feature projects together.
FOUNDER & MANAGING DIRECTOR
Jessica founded JSB Films in 2016 and strives to tell powerful stories blending creativity with journalistic inquiry. She writes, produces and directs across fiction and factual.
As a producer, Jessica's comedy feature, LOVE TYPE D (2019), premiered at Edinburgh International Film Festival and was nominated for the Audience Choice award. Among other projects, she is developing a documentary feature, which was shortlisted for the Impact Partners Development Fund.
Jessica has made a handful of short films: HOW CAN I FORGET? (2019), EVIE (2018), AS TIME GOES BY (2018), JULIET REMEMBERED (2016) and THE MAIDEN (2014). They have screened around the world at BAFTA and Academy Award qualifying festivals, picked up awards and been distributed by ShortsTV. JULIET REMEMBERED led to Jessica winning the 2016 Cointreau Creative Crew grant and being named Marie Claire’s ‘Wonder Woman’ of the month. She is currently a writer/producer with BFI NETWORK x BAFTA Crew 2019.
Jessica studied Modern Languages at the University of Oxford, following by a MA in Investigative Journalism at City University London.