A chance meeting of two unlikely characters from different generations, who find comfort within each other’s conflicting worldviews whilst struggling with life on the street. Child abuse, mental illness and homelessness are experienced through the eyes of an ex-cinema manager who sees the world in filmic moments, and a know-it-all millennial who has seen more of the world than she ought. Some Girls Wander shows just how easy it is to become homeless.
DIRECTOR, PRODUCER, WRITER, STORY, CINEMATOGRAPHER/DP, EDITOR, SOUND EDITOR, CAMERA OPERATOR, SOUND MIXER
SOME GIRLS WANDER is Geoff Woodbridge's first feature film as director.
During his time at Liverpool City College, Geoff worked on several short student films before pursuing a career in media critique and performance & project management.
He has written short fiction, collected in two volumes 'Eggs From a Crows Nest' and 'Something Weird, Something Strange' and critical essays 'The English Literature & Other Essays'. His work has also been included in The Yellow Booke Vol 1 & 3.
Writing for the Liverpool Lantern Theatre, 'The Sweet Caramel Bliss', 'The Greatest Feast', 'Moving House with Thoughts of Art' and 'The Tramps' which was later developed in to the feature film 'Some Girls Wander'.
Geoff was also involved in the Scottish teen zombie feature film, 'Five Flee in Terror' as writer and director, which is still in pre production awaiting funding.
Geoff has also directed the music promo for Mike Badger’s (formerly The La’s) - Miss Jones
Other projects that Geoff is currently working on include Fear the Flying Dead (Script), The Lisbon Maru (Writer/Director) and The Greatest Feast (Writer/Director)
Some Girls Wander was written, directed, filmed and edited by Geoff as a self funded independent feature film.