Creatives Eloise King
Biography

Eloise King

Eloise is an award-winning Director and Executive Producer telling powerful stories that foreground marginalised voices in mainstream and popular culture. Previous titles include: ‘Kids Behind Bars’ (ITV), Divorce Clinic (BBC), Acid Attacks (VICE/BBC), ‘JME x Corbyn’ and ‘Gurls Talk with Adwoa Aboah'(i-D).

She has crossed digital and major terrestrial platforms including BBC, Channel 4, ITV, MTV, A&E and Al Jazeera English and has exhibited films at the ICA, Tate Britain and MOAD.

Most recently, King was Global Executive Producer at VICE, overseeing all digital channels in the UK, and i-D globally.

King is an alumni of the Edinburgh television festivals ‘Ones to Watch’ scheme and Sheffield Documentary Festivals ‘Future Producers’. In 2018 she was recognised for ‘Outstanding Achievement’ in Campaign magazine’s list of ‘female leaders defining creativity’ and was a BFI Future Film Fest Keynote Speaker. King also founded Women on Docs, a screening and event network celebrating the contribution of women to documentary film.