Film credits include: SELF-HELP: A SERIAL KILLER’S GUIDE TO LIFE (Figi Productions); HUSH (Sigma Films); BREATHE (The Imaginareum Studios); ME BEFORE YOU (MGM/New Line Cinema); INSURGENT (Lionsgate); THE MOON AND THE SUN (Focus Features); TOM & ISSY (Tomboy Films); DIVERGENT (Lionsgate); GREAT EXPECTATIONS (Number 9 Films/Lionsgate); THE FIRST DAYS OF SPRING (Tomboy Films); TORMENTED (Slingshot Films/Pathe). Television credits include: NATIONAL TREASURE (Channel 4); WAR AND PEACE (BBC/Weinstein Company); THE EICHMANN SHOW (BBC); LIFE IN SQUARES (BBC); THE SCAPEGOAT (ITV); YOUNG JAMES HERRIOT (BBC); THE HOUR (BBC/Kudos); MILIBAND OF BROTHERS (More 4); SKINS (Channel 4/Company Films); PERSONAL AFFAIRS (BBC); ROMAN MYSTERIES (BBC); CASUALTY (BBC); A TOUCH OF FROST Series 13 (Roy Battersby); GENIE IN THE HOUSE (Nickelodeon); LOVE SOUP (BBC). Theatre credits include: KISS ME (Hampstead Theatre/Trafalgar Studios); FUTURE CONDITIONAL (Old Vic); HENRY V (Michael Grandage Company); JUMPY (Duke Of York’s Theatre); THE WAY OF THE WORLD (Sheffield Crucible Theatre); NICHOLAS ROBERT BASIL JONES (Lyric Hammersmith Studio); THE HOUSE OF ATREUS (Guildhall School of Music and Drama); DEAR BRUTUS (Guildhall School of Music and Drama); FESTEN (Guildhall School of Music and Drama); CORIOLANUS (Guildhall School of Music and Drama); THE BACCHAE (Guildhall School of Music and Drama); SILENCE (National Youth Theatre at Wilton’s Music Hall); MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (National Youth Theatre at Hackney Empire). Short Film credits include: TELL ME THE TRUTH ABOUT LOVE (MJW Productions).
Sinéad trained at RADA. Theatre credits include: HEDDA GABLER (National Theatre), A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra Prom/Royal Albert Hall); GIVING (Hampstead Theatre); EVENING AT THE TALK HOUSE (National Theatre); THE HUDSUCKER PROXY (Nuffield Theatre/Liverpool Everyman Playhouse); WASP (Hampstead Theatre); PESTS Winner of the Best Studio Performance Award, Manchester Theatre Awards, 2014 (Royal Exchange/Royal Court/UK Tour); BLURRED LINES (National Theatre); TROUT STANLEY (Southwark Playhouse); A TIME TO REAP (Royal Court Theatre); THE CHANGELING (The Young Vic); THE WAY OF THE WORLD (Sheffield Crucible); THE MASTER AND MARGARITA (Barbican/Tour); ECSTASY (Hampstead Theatre/West End); THE GLASS MENAGERIE (Young Vic); LULU (Gate Theatre/Headlong); EIGENGRAU (Bush Theatre); OUR CLASS (National Theatre); HIS GHOSTLY HEART/LITTLE DOLLS (Bush Theatre); WOMEN OF TROY (National Theatre); THE WILD DUCK Winner of the Ian Charleson 2nd Award for Outstanding Newcomer (Donmar Warehouse); YOU CAN NEVER TELL (Bath/Tour/West End); THE BIRTHDAY PARTY (West End); THE MANDATE (Royal National); THE CRUCIBLE (Crucible Theatre); SPOONFACE STEINBERG (GBS). Television credits include: CHEWING GUM Series 2 (Retort/E4); IN THE DARK (BBC); TOAST OF LONDON Series 3 (Objective Productions/Channel 4); INSIDE NO. 9 Series 2 (BBC); THE SMOKE (Kudos/Sky 1); WAY TO GO (BBC); BLACK MIRROR Series 2: BE RIGHT BACK (Channel 4); MEN ARE WONDERFUL (BBC); HALF BROKEN THINGS (ITV); IDEAL [5 Series] (Baby Cow/BBC2); TRIAL AND RETRIBUTION (La Plante Productions); WHO GETS THE DOG (Company Pictures); LONDON (BBC); THE HOGFATHER (Sky); VIVA LAS BLACKPOOL (BBC); HE KNEW HE WAS RIGHT (Deep Indigo). Film credits include: KALEIDOSCOPE (Stigma Films); DAPHNE (The Bureau); FANTASTIC BEASTS (Warner Brothers); THE GIFT [Workshop] (Lonesome Pine Productions); BED TRICK (Young Vic Short Films); MR. TURNER (Thin Man Films/Film 4); WRECKERS (Wreckers Ltd); NANNY MCPHEE AND THE BIG BANG (Working Title); THE BOAT THAT ROCKED (Working Title); SPRING OF 1914 (Praxis); HAPPY GO LUCKY (Thin Man); PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (Working Title); VERA DRAKE Winner of the Golden Lion Award, Venice Film Festival, 2004 (Thin Man). Sinéad is represented by Christopher Farrar at Hamilton Hodell.
Fiona Glascott was born in Waterford, Ireland. On stage she has appeared in Mahler's Conversion (Aldwych Theatre, West End), Hitchcock Blonde (Royal Court and Lyric Theatre, West End), in the original production of Whipping It Up at the Bush Theatre and as Margery Pinchwife in The Country Wife (Haymarket, West End). On film, she appears in the Oscar nominated Brooklyn and the up coming Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Her television credits, among others include appearing, in the recurring role of Matt LeBlanc’s wife Diane on the BBC/Showtime sitcom Episodes.
Staten is a British writer, director & producer from Portsmouth. His debut short, pitch-black comedy This Way Out, was long-listed for a BAFTA & acquired by The Sundance Channel. He also writes theatre, darkly comic short Knocker performed at the National Theatre with Andy Nyman (Ghost Stories).
Actress and producer CHARITY WAKEFIELD recently made history as the first woman to play William Shakespeare in Nicole Charles’s widely acclaimed all-female production of EMILIA at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Since playing the romantic ‘Marianne Dashwood’ in the BBC mini-series of Jane Austen’s celebrated SENSE AND SENSIBILITY, she has appeared in some of our most noteworthy productions including the critically acclaimed Channel 4 drama ANY HUMAN HEART, winner of Best Miniseries at the BAFTA Television Awards in 2011; the ‘masterpiece’ (Variety) WOLF HALL, based on the Man Booker prize-winning novels by Hilary Mantel, winner of a television BAFTA and Golden Globe in 2015; THE HALCYON, a major eight part series from the producer of ‘Downton Abbey’; Ron Howard’s Emmy nominated GENIUS; CLOSE TO THE ENEMY, for BBC2, written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff. Working both in the UK and America, Charity was seen starring alongside Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper in the Susanne Bier directed SERENA, crime thriller THE PLAYER for NBC with Wesley Snipes, MOCKINGBIRD LANE and HIGH MOON written and executive produced by Bryan Fuller and Jim Danger Gray respectively. Theatre highlights include THE CHERRY ORCHARD at the Olivier Theatre at the The National Theatre directed by the late, great Howard Davies; SEMINAR directed by Terry Johnson; THE BLACKEST BLACK written by Jeremy Brock, directed by Michael Longhurst at Hampstead Theatre; THE RIVALS directed by Jessica Swale at the Southwark Playhouse. As a producer, Charity’s credits include A SERIAL KILLER’S GUIDE TO LIFE and shorts WRAPS and MEMENTO VITAE. She is an passionate environmental activist and is an ambassador for The Woodland Trust.
Award winning producer, director and screenwriter Giles Alderson has recently locked picture on his written, directed & produced psychological horror feature film ‘The Dare’ for Nu-Image (Expendables, London has Fallen) and B2Y Productions starring Richard Brake (31, Batman Begins), Alexandra Evans ((Redistributors), Bart Edwards (Fantastic Beasts), Richard Short (Vinyl, Public Enemies), Robert Maaser (M.I 5 Rogue Nation) The film has been picked up Millennium Films (Hellboy, The Hitman’s Bodyguard) And has recently wrapped production on the dark found footage horror feature film Cassette as producer for Parkhouse Pictures starring Harry Jarvis (Free Dance) Nina Wadia (Bend it like Beckham) & Loreece Harrison (Black Mirror) His feature Documentary World of Darkness that he produced and directed had its world premiere at Sitges Film Festival before it’s international release earlier this year. He produced This Way Out for Forward Motion Pictures which was BAFTA long listed and screened at over 30 festivals & acquired by the Sundance Channel. He has directed 8 award winning short films, including, ’Barry Brown', ‘Taken', 'Sports Day 3D', the first live action stereoscopic 3D drama filmed in the UK, and winning best film & best director for his psychological drama ’ 47 Cleveland’. He has screened at Cannes Short Film Corner, won Best Film at the Portobello Film Festival & Accolade Film Festival, Official Selection at LIFF and East End Film Festival. TV He has recently directed the second series of The Girl Whisperer a comedy written by & starring Ralf Little for Little Rock Productions and is in post on his new TV series Not For Profit starring Hanna Alström (Kinsgman) and Annica Liljeblad (The Square) He won Best Director and Best Film at the Accolade film awards for his latest short film ‘The Heart of the Forest’ starring Lourdes Faberes (Knightfall, Someone You Love) and Jessica Henwick (Iron Fist, The Defenders) which has been acquired by Shorts TV He runs & is the host of the indie filmmaking podcast Thefilmmakerspodcast.com
Laurence Love Greed is a composer, pianist and installation artist. He has worked on many recording sessions with artists such as Paul McCartney, Jay Z, Chris Martin, George Michael, Will.I.Am, Imogen Heap, and others. He has also worked on some of the most critically acclaimed and highly budgeted film and TV releases of the last decade, such as Netflix's The Crown (Stephen Daldry), The Hobbit (Peter Jackson), Steve Jobs (Danny Boyle), James Bond - Quantum of Solace (Marc Forster), Sherlock (BBC), and Fortitude (Sky Atlantic). He has worked on numerous films as a music editor and with all major film studios. He also produces interactive installation art as part of Wintour's Leap. As a session pianist he has recorded with artists such as Ed Sheeran, Jack Black, and Nicole Scherzinger.
London Sound Designer and Foley Supervisor Anna Sulley began her career in Soho post houses Telecine, Blue and Accent Media, becoming freelance in 2007. She's worked on a wide variety of projects from three screen art insulations to TV dramas and many features. Past projects include Harmony Korine's 'Mr Lonely'; Dave McLean's 'Luna'; and TV series' 'Shameless' and 'Snatch'. Recent projects include the Russian art project 'Dau'; Avi Arad's Netflix animation 'Kong'; Michael Winterbottom's 'The Wedding Guest' and a VR project about elephants!