Julia Berg is originally from Australia. Julia has worked for leading BAFTA and Academy award winning production companies including New York’s Likely Story working with talent such as Charlie Kaufman (‘Synecdoche, New York’) and Nicole Holofcener (‘Please Give’) and most recently working in development for producer James Wilson with filmmaker Lynne Ramsay (‘You Were Never Really Here’) and Wilson’s slate of auteur filmmakers.
Julia has developed material for Maven Pictures (‘American Honey’) and has worked with partners such as the BBC, Film4, Screen Australia and the BFI. She has shaped material into films that have premiered at Cannes, Sundance and Tribeca Film Festival.
Julia has strong experiences working creatively with award winning individuals who have support needs that include cerebral palsy, down syndrome and brain damage. Inclusion and diversity are key to Julia's work ensuring high quality is accessible to all.
In 2015, Julia worked with award winning film festival - Shorts on Tap to create a women's series titled 'Women in Revolt' in partnership with Film London. The series continues to thrive today.
Currently producing a slate of film and TV projects with leading talent and partners. Julia is a voting member for BIFA, member of The Royal TV Society and a member of Women in Film and Television.