Short Film | Writer & Director | 3:35 min | New York, NY | 2016
In this award-winning short film from writer/director Heather Taylor, a sheltered woman, reeling from the death of her mother, shows her sister how far she will go to be heard.
One of 20 cool things that were seen at 2016’s Brooklyn Horror Film Festival: "The final, perfect beat of Heather Taylor’s short, Stitched, and Deborah Green’s glowing performance that sells the whole thing." -Daniel Kurland, Bloody Disgusting
Web Series | Writer & Director | 6 x 4 - 7 min episodes | London, UK | 2011
The first season received over 750,000 views on distributor Koldcast as well as pick up from Broadcast Magazine, multiple podcasts and a place on two ComicCon 2011 panels.
Season two will include a fully immersive experience across the web alongside live events and a web comic.
Follow the series on www.rapturedtheseries.com.
Feature Film | Writer | 81 min | UK-Bangladesh | 2008
UK film-maker Sadik Ahmed directs this intense contemporary Western, which takes place in a remote town in the marshlands of Bangladesh. Winner of the first NFTS first feature grant, The Last Thakur premiered at the London International Film Festival, 2008 with a theatrical release and screening on Channel 4 in 2009.
Short Film | Writer | UK-Finland-Ireland | 2012
Set and shot on Midsummer's night above the Arctic Circle in northern Finland. The Last Job is a psychological thriller and a dark metaphor for finding one´s conscience and becoming aware of the darkness that lies within.
Narrative | Writer/ Director | 1:46 | Brooklyn, NY | 2014
This short film was inspired by #whyIstayed and #whyIleft and made for the fall semester of The Filmshop film collective. Sometimes those little things that seem so harmless can be the trigger point for something more.
Short Film | Writer | 15:43 min | London, UK | 2012
Posh but paranoid Persian princess Yasmin is whisked away by eccentric and wealthy African boyfriend Edward, for a romantic country weekend in an isolated cottage. What can possibly go wrong?
Poetry Collection | Writer | Serbia | 2009
This bilingual collection in Serbian and English was published by the cultural NGO Treci Trg (Third Square) who also run the Belgrade International Poetry and Book Festival. The book was sponsored by the Swiss Cultural Programme in the Western Balkans and BCIF.
Collection – Sick Day Afternoons (Popodnevna Bolovanja)
Treci Trg (Belgerade, Serbia)
Poetry Collection | Writer | UK | 2005
This is Heather Taylor's first full collection published in 2009, following the publication of her chapbook “She Never Talks of Strangers” in 2003. Her poetry is darkly comic, moving and unashamedly honest, drawing inspiration from her home, travel and news headlines. This collection marks the development of her poetry to a tighter, more reflective style, yet it still retains an engaging and amusing display of awkward emotions in images, words and phrases honed through her regular spoken-word performances.
Various | Writer | UK-Canada
A detailed selection of plays and readings featuring the writing of Heather Taylor.
Various | Writer | UK
Heather's writing has been published throughout Europe and North America and she has been a host on Resonance FM & Sound Radio with guest slots on CKUA (Edmonton), CKUF (Victoria), BBC London Radio and Radio Canada International. Heather has had her music and poetry recorded on CDs including ‘23 Poets’, ‘Wordplay 2’ as well as “voices from the lighthouse”, a CD of poetry and music produced by tall-lighthouse.
Various | Writer | Worldwide
A detailed selection of the magazines, books and chapbooks containing stories, interviews, articles, monologues and poetry by Heather Taylor.