Abbie Lucas

Abbie Lucas

Director, Editor and Screenwriter

London, England

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May 2015
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About Abbie

Abbie Lucas is a film director based in London. For close to a decade she has forged a wide and varied career path, in both creative and technical roles. In 2018, Levile TV listed her as one of the Top 20 Rising Female Filmmakers in the UK

Her film credits include a black and white screwball comedy web series A Quick Fortune, which was officially selected for festivals worldwide including Raindance in London, the award winning Testing Greta an unusual story about domestic abuse which took the 'Greeks of the World' Prize at the 40th Drama Film Festival in Greece and screened at the BAFTA recognised Aesthetica Film Festival in 2018 and another short comedy titled Dead Tired which was been nominated for Best Script and Best Comedy at the Beeston Film Festival 2018, Best International Comedy at the Austrian Film Festival 2018 and Best Short Film at the British Independent Film Festival in 2018.

She is currently co-writing a darkly comic 30min sitcom for American television titled MONEY SHOT and three features; a romantic comedy tiled The Prenup, a dramedy titled Grey Duck and a sports comedy titled Pickleball.




  • Money Shot

    Money Shot Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy Drama A Detroit woman leads a double life, raising her young daughter as she struggles to help lead a pornographic webcam “collective” out of an old mansion duplex. When her best client dies during a session, in order to save the business (and keep custody from her police officer ex) she must rekindle a relationship with an old flame who’s just returned from Silicon Valley with big plans for the future of online sex.

  • Grey Duck

    Grey Duck Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy Drama After a brutal separation leaves her ostracized from family and community in the run up to the holidays, a hitherto impeccable (but depressed) Texas empty-nester decides to finally seek her Minnesotan biological mother before it’s too late. Only when she meets an unlikely new friend, a Lakota woman named Aglai, does she realise that blood isn't thicker than water.



  • Special Award for 'Greeks of the World' 40th Drama Film Festival for TESTING GRETA

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