Stephanie is a London based producer who has worked in Germany, Thailand, Los Angeles and New York.
Since her first major producing credit BLACK DEATH (with Eddie Redmayne), Stephanie has produced RETROSPECTIVE (with Charles Dance and the renowned cinematographer Michael Seresin from GRAVITY) and LITTLE FAVOUR (with Benedict Cumberbatch).
Prior to developing and producing her own projects, Stephanie worked on Hollywood and independent films including THOR 2, X-MEN: FIRST CLASS, WORLD WAR Z, MALEFICENT, MORTDECAI, LOCKE, 6 DAYS and SKYFALL.
Stephanie is a member of PGGB (the Production Guild of Great Britain), WIFTV (Women in Film and Television UK) and BAFTA (the British Academy of Film and Television Arts).
She has been an official guest of the Beijing International Film Festival, a jury member for the PGGB Rising Star Award and a jury member for the WIFTV’s Deluxe Director Award.
Steve trained as a drama cameraman with Thames Television before travelling the world filming news for ITN and then SKY. He was awarded the Gulf Medal as one of three embedded British military cameramen in Operation Desert Storm.
Eventually, questioning the likelihood of remaining an incident-free war veteran, he started Creation Company Films, who produce documentaries and TV commercials for every major broadcaster and Advertising Agency. Their clients range from the Rolling Stones and the RAF Red Arrows, to UPS and British Airways.
A cinematography judge for both BAFTA, and Griersons, he has a wealth of experience in filming and judging shorts and features.
Daria has a diverse background and has seen the film production process from
different angles and stages.
She has been working with Soho’s most recognised Post Production House –
Molinare – for over 6 years now and has been on their Board of Directors for over 4
Daria is also an Executive Producer of an independent British comedy feature LOVE
TYPE D, starring Maeve Dermody and Tovah Feldshuh, which premiered at the
Edinburgh Film Festival in summer 2019.
On other projects, Daria has been involved with script editing and was a Script
Supervisor on a Short.
Her current field of work is Private Equity Investments and M&A.
Kate has worked extensively across both Film and Television, enjoying leading roles in large studio pictures, small independent films and award winning tv dramas.
Her most notable projects were ‘STARDUST’, with Michelle Pfieffer and Robert de Niro; Michael Winterbottom’s Cannes entry for 2002, ’24 Hr PARTY PEOPLE’ and the multi-award winning ‘IT’s ALL GONE PETE TONG.’
She can currently be seen in the highly acclaimed, ‘SPOTLESS’ on Netflix. As a producer, her first short was award winning EARLY DAYS, she has produced and acted in a series of comedy shorts called FAME DISEASE – selected for the Comedy Guide Pro Talent Award, and has produced another short film, JOEY, coming soon.
Kate is currently writing a tv drama that she has co-created, which is in development with The Kernel Factory.
Chris Michael Fretwell
Chris Michael Fretwell launched his career by Writing & Directing his award winning short film The Pugilist’s Son, Exec Produced by Hollywood Producer Mark Stewart and starring Gary Stretch and Paul Barber.
Chris went onto be 2nd Unit Director on the British Crime film, The London Firm, starring Vincent Regan (300, Snow White & the Huntsman).
Chris has directed over 200 Actors Show-reels and written over 10 screenplays in the arena of training for a life in the film trade and he is now writing professionally on a slate of feature films and series with producers and investors.
Chris is currently writing and directing a feature documentary about former Strong Man, Eddie Hall, featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger and other international celebrities.
Selina Armoudon is an actress, writer and producer. She is compelled to tell stories that explore people’s negative behaviour, with a primary focus on women and race often highlighted in comedic and distinct way.
She has starred in National TV commercials and International independent films.
Her recent work for theatre includes an anti-love story called LISA & LUCA which was funded by Arts Council.
It explores love and sex addiction between an inter-racial couple based in London.
Paul is a Director of Pear Partnership Ltd.(US/UK) with a specific interest in the TV and Film Industry and its future.
He has 30 years of global, national and local leadership experience. An economic development thought leader and practitioner, he is transforming the challenges of climate and social change into financial, economic, and employment opportunities for people and planet.
This work is based on the UN Sustainable Development Goals and Environment, Social and Governance parameters.
Operated at senior executive levels in governmental and private sector organisations including Washington DC; Boston MA; Newport RI; People’s Republic of China; Taiwan; UK.
Athena is an award-winning filmmaker and a Lecturer in Film Practice at QMUL, whose journey began in theatre with the David Glass Ensemble.
She has directed seven short films and three feature documentaries as well as producing a number of films through her university production unit Mile end films (2011-2016) Her work has screened at festivals world-wide.
Her feature film script Xenos won best script at Cyprus IFF 2018 and was selected onto the Torino Film Lab 2019 and shortlisted for Sundance Screenwriters Lab 2021.
Her short film script Fox was shortlisted for both the Blue Cat and Shore Script writing competitions (2017).
She is currently in post-production with two short films Losing Grace, and Daughter and with a documentary on Cypriot Migration. She is also developing two features: Xenos and Polly.
Joe Ferrera was born in Lisbon, Portugal and brought up in London, England, where he still lives and works.
He was trained in the art of acting at The Lee Strasberg Institute, New York.
His training is, like his life, ongoing, so the Meisner technique, as taught by Jean Fennel, has also been added to his understanding of the acting craft.
Joe has starred in and produced numerous plays including Danny in “Danny and the Deep Blue Sea“, Brandon in “Rope”, Charlie Fox in “Speed The Plow“, Micheal in “Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me“, Rosto in “The Potato Eaters“, Felix in “The Bed Before Yesterday“, Ivan in “Apartment 2012” and he’s also played Aouda Abu Tayi in a Theatrical adaptation of “Lawrence of Arabia“.
Joe has featured in a number of TV shows including London’s Burning, Ultimate Force, Crisis Control, Rosemary & Thyme and Benidorm.
His work on feature film includes “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote“, Terry Gilliam’s incomplete masterpiece, from which grew the award winning “Lost in La Mancha”, “A Place to Stay” dir. Marcus Thompson, “Love, Actually” dir Richard Curtis,