Lou Hamilton is a director and screenwriter, creating films about inspirational people.She studied fine art at Byam Shaw School of Art and did her MA in Public Art at Chelsea College of Art before being mentored by Director David Yates, Screenwriter/producer David Collier & later by Women in Film and Television.
Originally from Romania, Adina accumulated industry experience writing for 2 TV shows before relocating to the UK for postgraduate studies. She graduated from the London Film School (MA Filmmaking) in 2012 with Outland, a Sci-Fi short that screened in a variety of international film festivals including Encounters, Leuven ISFF and Phoenix Comicon.
Lizzie Oxby is an award winning filmmaker who graduated from the Royal College of Art in London. She specialises in making atmospheric films which blend animation with live action performance. She’s won 14 awards and 5 nominations including a British Animation Award, a British Independent Film Award (BIFA) nomination, and Gold and Silver Mikeldi Awards for her short films.
Jane is an award-winning writer and director of short films and advertising. Her short film, A CAKE FOR MABEL won Best Director and Best Performance for Sally Mortemore at the Thurrock International Film Festival in 2014. It also starred Benjamin Whitrow and Sylvia Syms. It premiered at Palm Springs ShortsFest in 2013. The London Film Review awarded it 5 stars and picked it as one of the top ten films of 2013. It is still on the festival circuit and the Japanese distribution rights were bought by Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia.
Isabelle is a German born film director who started her career making documentaries for clients like National Geographic and FIFA in South Africa, with her first documentary being commissioned at the age of 21. London based since 2010, she has directed a range of corporate, promotional films and commercials, for the National Portrait Gallery and Sony amongst others.