In 2015 Zoe Crowson founded registered charity The Phoebe Research Fund (1163875) on behalf of her daughter who sufferers with rare genetic disorder Epidermolysis Bullosa.
Having raised and donated £120,000 which has gone directly into essential research, Zoe decided to raise awareness of this life limiting skin condition through the theatre and film industry.
Zoe Crowson founded Psychotastic Productions at the beginning of 2018 starting with the stage adaptation of KES starring Steven Arnold and Daniel Maley. As soon as the show had ended Zoe started to look at producing short films which could be entered into film festivals worldwide.
Psychotastic Productions pledge 25% of all business backing goes directly into researching a cure into Epidermolosis Bullosa a cause close to Zoe’s heart.
For Zoe this works on any many different levels, she is doing something with passion whilst raising awareness within the film industry. It also remains community focussed as the backers and films are based in the Cambridgeshire/Lincolnshire area where the charity has been well established over the years.
Psychotastic Productions are currently producing short films The Interlopers & Commune.