Taylor Litton-Strain is a Sydney based producer, passionate about making distinctive films with compelling characters. She is particularly drawn to genre projects including thrillers, crime, dark fantasies and dystopian story-worlds.
Taylor’s work to date has primarily been centred around women and LGBT protagonists, and she is known for translating low to modest-sized budgets into high impact, high quality screen productions.
Taylor’s films have won over 30 international awards, including the prestigious Iris Prize for her short film All God’s Creatures. Her films have screened, on ABC iview, at the Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art, the Australian Museum, in both Qantas and Virgin inflight entertainment programs, and at over 80 film festivals around the globe.
Taylor’s career has spanned financing, development, production and distribution including a Development Executive for Essential Media & Entertainment, and in the distribution arm at SBS. She brings this experience, as well as her instincts for compelling, commercial stories, to her company Last Frame Productions.
Through Last Frame, Taylor is developing a slate of digital series, feature films and television projects with a diverse range of talented storytellers. Her latest project Jade of Death, a 6-part supernatural thriller created by long-time collaborator Erin Good, has already created enormous buzz as a festival favourite before it’s official launch. Developed at the Berlinale Talents Project Lab, the project is supported by both Screen Australia and Queer Screen, and is being distributed by international sales agent Rockzeline. A second season of Jade of Death is currently in development with the ABC.Back to Speakers