Laura Scrivano is an Italian-Australian filmmaker based in London. 

She is currently in production on Wedding Season for Disney+ / Hulu filming in the UK and US, and has recently wrapped The Lazarus Project by Joe Barton, premiering on Sky Max / Now TV in April 2022. 

In 2020 she directed A Wilderness of Mirrors, the second episode in the first season of McDonald & Dodds (ITV/Britbox), for which she was nominated for Debut Director at Edinburgh TV Festival's 2021 New Voice AwardsShe was also as "Ones to Watch" for the Edinburgh TV Festival 2020-2021.

Other credits include HANNA for Amazon/Working Title/NBCU (2nd unit), The Letdown for Netflix (London unit) and award-winning short film Alice starring Sarah Snook (HBO's Succession). Commercial spots include work for the FA, Bumble, NHS, Budweiser, Scouts UK and Instagram

Laura's debut feature, Ring Road is in development with Silver Salt Films (Censor). It was shortlisted for Sundance Screenwriters' Lab 2021 and has been awarded early development funding from the BFI Network. 

Born in a small coastal mining town on Dharawal land in NSW, Laura was raised on a mix of late-80s blockbusters, Australian gothic masterpieces and European avant garde - from Back to the Future to Bicycle Thieves, Picnic at Hanging Rock to Twin PeaksLabyrinth to La Jetée. She began her career in theatre, directing productions at Belvoir St, Australian Theatre for Young People and Opera Australia; and creating digital content for Sydney Theatre Company under the artistic directorship of Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton.

Laura’s work has been described as ‘beautifully honest’ (The Guardian), ‘fabulously brought to life’ (Stephen Fry), ‘groundbreaking’ (Sydney Morning Herald), and ‘inspirational’ (PromoNews). A graduate of the Australian Film, Television & Radio School (AFTRS) in both directing and screenwriting, her shorts have screened at festivals internationally, including BFI Flare, Sundance, Oberhausen, Aesthetica, Cyprus Film Days, Cinema des Antipodes at Festival de Cannes and New York Fashion Week.

She is represented by Mady Niel at 42 Management and Missing Link Films