writer / director / producer
Nathan Deming is a filmmaker from Wisconsin. He studied filmmaking at the London Film School where he made several shorts (Dog Days, Tongues) that were featured in the London Short Film Festival, the Edinburgh Film Festival, and Premiers Plans d'Angers. His films are usually personal, focused on Christianity and growing up in the Midwest.
writer / producer
Lawrie Doran is a London-based screenwriter. He studied English at Oxford University, Screenwriting at the London Film School and his short films have played at festivals including Palm Springs, Rhode Island and the BFI London Film Festival. He is an alumnus of Torino FilmLab, the Edinburgh Film Festival Talent Lab and Film London’s London Calling scheme.
Harry Cherniak is a Toronto and L.A.-based producer. He recently produced Astronaut (Richard Dreyfus and Oscar nominee Graham Greene), and associate produced Stockholm, The Padre and Benjamin. Harry’s first feature, Wexford Plaza, played Torino and Slamdance, and was nominated by the Toronto Film Critics Association for Best Canadian Film.
director of photography
Mark Khalifé is a Beirut-based director of photography, working mostly in Lebanon, the Middle East and the US. A London Film School 2014 graduate, his fiction work includes the feature films Speaking in Tongues and Sanzaru, short films Hunter, Dog Days, Dima, Severed Garden and Thieves in the Night. For a comprehensive filmography please visit www.markkhalife.com.
Astrid Carlen-Helmer is an L.A. based filmmaker from Lyons, France. She recieved her MFA in Filmmaking at the London Film School and has worked in both the camera and editing departments. She is currently a creative executive for the digital media company, Blackpills.
Andrea Boccadoro is an award-winning composer for film, theatre and visual media. Based in London since 2013, he is an alumnus of The Royal College of Music, Berlinale Talents, and The Hospital Club Emerging Creatives Programme. Andrea's recent work includes the title and additional music to the feature film IL CONTAGIO - TAINTED SOULS, which premiered at the 74th Venice International Film Festival (Venice Days).
Alyssa Stratton is an L.A.-based production designer who has worked various positions within the art department, including many independent feature films (Kicks, Hold On). She recieved her MFA at the London Film School in 2013 and currently works in scripted development for Blackpills.