Christiana Ebohon-Green is an award-winning drama director selected for the BAFTA Elevate 2017 initiative. She was a mentee on Women in Film & Television's 2015 mentoring scheme and she graduated from the National Film & Television School.
Recently, Ebohon-Green directed Father Brown and Holby City. Over the last fifteen years she has directed many hours of drama series on British network television, including Doctors, EastEnders, Hollyoaks and Emmerdale. This summer, she will be directing Call the Midwife.
Creative England and the BFI funded Ebohon-Green to direct Some Sweet Oblivious Antidote, an Emerging Talent short film starring Sir Lenny Henry, Wunmi Mosaku, Colin Salmon, and Arinze Kene. The film was long listed for Best British Short for the 2018 BAFTA Awards. She also directed a Film London Calling Plus short called Support. These films are still on their festival run.
Ebohon-Green has made a number of award-winning short films - Kodak Award USA, 2nd place: Kodak Eastman Commercial Competition and Lloyds Bank Challenge Four Film Challenge. Having built up such a strong body of experience, she is focused on more challenging drama, as well as feature films. Sheba and I and Phoenix are two feature projects which she is currently developing.
In 2015, Ebohon-Green was on Directors UK's high end mentoring scheme. She shadowed on a Kudos/Sky production, The Tunnel 2: Debris and directed some of their 2nd unit.
Agent: Mark Casarotto, Casarotto Ramsey & Assocs.