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Gia Milani is a director, writer and producer from Canada’s east coast. Gia’s stunning feature All the Wrong Reasonshad its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). She won several awards for directing and writing the film, including the Grolsch Film Works Discovery Prize at TIFF, the Script Accessible Award at Slamdance, and the Viewer’s Choice Award at the Silver Wave Film Festival. Gia was also named as one of the top Canadian film talents to watch. Gia won CBC television’s CBC 3-2-1 Award for her short film A Dark Radius, andtwo William F White Awards for Screenwriting for A Dark Radiusand for her short comedy Bathroom Stalled.
A multidisciplinary and prolific creator, Gia was honoured in November 2018 by Women in Film and Television - Atlantic with a Salute to a Woman working in Entertainment in New Brunswick. In 2018 Gia was awarded a prestigious “A Grant” from ArtsNB for directing her experimental film At the Back, currently in post-production.Gia’s latest feature screenplay, Strathcona, was shortlisted in December 2017 for the TIFF/CBC Diverse Screenwriter’s Grant (top 6). Gia shadow directed two episodes of Mr. D (CBC television) in June/July 2018 under Topsail Entertainment. In March 2018 Gia was chosen by Women in View to be a spotlighted director in their Five in Focus program. She is the Executive Producer on the feature film Queen of the Andeswhich is in post-production.
Gia was a founding board member of Women in Film and Television-Atlantic. She sat on the boards of the New Brunswick Filmmakers Cooperative and the New Brunswick Producers Association and she was an elected delegate representing New Brunswick in 2015 and 2016 at the Writer’s Guild of Canada’s National Writers Forum. She is a full member of the Directors Guild of Canada and the Writers Guild of Canada.
Gia has a bachelor’s degree in Applied Arts from the University of New Brunswick and an honours diploma from the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. She studied story development and television development through UCLA and continued her education with directing coach Judith Weston in Los Angeles.