Victoria Hill (Producer)
Victoria Hill wears several hats: as both Principal and Head of Production of the newly-founded Fibonacci Films she is also a working actor.
In The Chaperone, adapted for the screen by Academy Award®-winning writer Julian Fellowes (Gosford Park, Downton Abbey), Hill portrays Myra Brooks, the narcissistic mother of 15-year-old soon-to-be famous silent-movie star, Louise Brooks (Haley Lu Richardson) who insists her daughter be chaperoned on her trip to New York. Academy Award®-nominated actress Elizabeth McGovern (Downton Abbey, Ragtime) portrays the Wichita, Kansas woman whose life is forever changed when she accompanies the precocious teen on her trip to the big city.
Hill currently appears in the pivotal role of Esther playing opposite Ethan Hawke in the critically acclaimed Academy Award nominated feature film First Reformed, from the iconic screenwriter/director Paul Schrader. The film also stars Amanda Seyfried and Cedric Kyles.
Hill began her career as one of the founding members of South Australia’s prestigious theatre company Brink Productions, where Hill performed and produced new theatrical work as well as commissioning new translations and adaptations of established pieces.
With controversial director Geoffrey Wright (Romper-Stomper), Hill co-wrote the screenplay and co-produced the film Macbeth, a contemporary Australian retelling of William Shakespeare's play set in the ganglands of Melbourne. Hill also starred as Lady Macbeth opposite Sam Worthington’s Macbeth. The film screened at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival. Hill has starred in numerous other film and television productions including: December Boys alongside Daniel Radcliffe and Jack Thompson, Hunt Angels opposite Ben Mendelsohn and the comedy film BoyTown with Mick Molloy.