Lana Citron is the author of five novels; Sucker, Spilt Milk, Transit, The Honey Trap and The Brodsky Touch and the non-fiction works A Compendium of Kisses and A Taste of Love and Desire. Other works include: short stories, poetry, journalism and radio plays. Scriptwriter of multi award-winning shorts, ‘I was the Cigarette Girl,’ and most recently Hannah Cohen’s Holy Communion  (a recipient of The Pears Foundation Award 2012), Lana is currently working on her mothering skills (2 boys) and a dark psychological thriller.

In 2013, she was a judge for the Pears Short Film Fund competition and is delighted to be working with UKJF again.