An experimental scientist raises a sentient pig as a mirror image of his dying son, but when Pig learns his “father’s” plans have a sinister bent, he fights to resist them...
A synopsis for a medical sci-fi drama by X After the death of his wife in childbirth, and then the devastating news that his son William has an inoperable brain tumour resulting in a life expectancy of eight years, Jackson is thrown into a deep depression. He fears forming an …
Georgina Love is an Australian based screenwriter. Love was born in Orange, NSW and spent her childhood and teenage years in the Blue Mountains. Love successfully auditioned for NIDA’s under eighteens acting program and quickly learnt that her real passion was writing the lines – not delivering them. A year after graduating high school and nearing the end of her first year of university, Love moved to Florida to work as a character performer at Walt Disney World.
On her return, Love successfully completed an Advanced Diploma in Screenwriting for Television at AFTRS. Love was selected as one of the fifteen recipients in the Smart For A Girl initiative run by Endemol Shine in conjunction with Screen Australia. Love continues to work with Endemol Shine.
In 2018, Love was awarded a Scholarship by Final Draft to attend the Rocaberti Writers retreat in the south of France where she was personally mentored by Menotti (They Call Me Jeeg -2014), Will Akers, Scott Collette, Diane Drake and Jen Grisanti.
This year, Love also won the Screencraft Screenwriters Fellowship and has recently returned from LA where she met with development executives, producers and literary agents.
Love has gained attention for her offbeat – sci fi drama concepts. She aspires to work with studios like Blumhouse, Fox Searchlight, Goalpost Pictures and Truant Pictures. Ultimately, Love’s work strives to put her characters in impossible situations – and have them make a myriad of bad choices. It is her goal to show the humanity in bad, desperate decisions. Moving forward, Love hopes to be staffed on a television show and see her screenplay, Pig, turned into a film.