Elizabeth made her first forays into producing with Dean Loxton in 2009, starring in, casting and co-producing Jack Malchance – a web series that went on to win the US NexTV Best Web Series Award. In 2011 she starred in, cast and co-produced Metro 7 Bis, a French short film that screened in competition at Palm Springs Shortfest, Bornshorts, Austin Film Festival (Shown on Austin Film Festival's On Story PBS - US TV), Detmold International Short Film Festival, Circolo del Cinema Sogni (Nominated Best European Short) and Rotorefliefs-London (Audience Award, Best Short). In 2015, she co-produced Dean’s film, Dániel, which has shown at 18 festivals, was nominated for an Iris Prize and was one of the BFI’s '10 to try’ at the London Short Film Festival 2016.
In 2013, Elizabeth founded Firehouse Films, a platform for London-based filmmakers to hone their craft making the most creative films possible with limited time and budget. Firehouse produced 7 films over 2 months and one film went on to win the Audience Award at Bornshorts 2013. A year later, she worked with writer-director Daniel Bayle to produce and star in, ‘I Only Have Eyes For You’ which screened in competition at the London Short Film Festival and St Albans Film Festival, where Elizabeth won the Best Actor Award.
She recently cast independent feature film, ‘Chasing Robert Barker’ which won Best Action Film at the National Film Awards (UK 2016). Leading actor, Gudmundur Thorvaldsson and supporting actor, Patrick Regis were both nominated for acting awards.
Elizabeth is a successful theatre actress, working on both sides of the Atlantic: www.elizabethboag.com