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Writer and director
Marcus trained at LAMDA. He has written two plays - Age-Sex-Location (Riverside Studios 2004) and Ordinary Dreams; Or How to Survive a Meltdown with Flair (Trafalgar Studios 2009). He has been described by the Sunday Telegraph as "a new and, more excitingly, good playwright". He attended Met Film School and made his first short film, The Last Temptation of Chris, in 2010. Papadopoulos & Sons is his first feature-length film.
Sara has more than 10 years' experience in TV drama and has worked her way up from the pro-duction office to line producer. She started her career at the BBC before moving into a freelance role, working at production companies including Talkback Thames, IWC Media, Freemantle Media and Shed Productions. Sara's credits include: Gracie (BBC Four), Silent Witness (BBC One), Minder (Channel Five), Footballer's Wives (ITV), The Bill (ITV), Coming Up (Channel 4), Casualty and EastEnders (BBC).
Andrew is an internet entrepreneur and co-founder of Dynamis Plc, one of the UK's leading online B2B classified advertising publishers. He has been instrumental in overseeing the technical development of some of the world's most successful B2B classified advertising websites including BusinessesForSale.com, the leading site for buying and selling businesses globally, and FranchiseSales.com, the UK's preeminent franchise recruitment portal.
Director of Photography
James is a London-based cameraman and cinematographer with an impressive CV of television productions, shorts, TV commercials, music videos and feature films, including Baseline (featuring Dexter Fletcher) and Dead Cert (Steven Berkoff). He is a graduate of the London Film School with a diploma in cinematography.
Sebastian has consistently worked on British TV staples such as Holby City (BBC), The Bill (ITV), Casualty (BBC) and Top Gear (BBC). He was lead editor on Girls in Love (2004) and Minder (2009). In 2007 he worked on Holby City Series 10, which won the 2008 BAFTA for Best Continuing Drama. His work also includes the RTS award-nominated Christmas special for the BBC, Elliot's Wonderful Life .
Anji trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School on the 3 year acting course before side-stepping into casting. Since 1999 Anji has cast for an array of genres including; Film - Papadopoulos & Sons, West Is West, Mrs. Ratcliffe's Revolution, Out Of Depth,The Jolly Boys' Last Stand. T.V., The Cup, The Bill, London's Burning, The Knock. Theatre - Judgement Day - The Print Room, Precious Little Talent (Best Play London Theatre Festival Awards 2011) - Trafalgar Studios, Othello and Richard III - Ludlow Festival, 5 shows for the Northcott Theatre, 9 for the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Royal and 18 for New Vic Theatre, plus Commercials, Documentaries, Radio, cartoons and a video game ! Anji is a member of the Casting Directors' Guild of Great Britain & Ireland.
Julian has designed everything from award winning TV drama and big budget features to iconic entertainment shows such as Robot Wars and Teletubbies. His broad portfolio of work also includes numerous adverts, music videos, live events and club interiors. Julian has helped develop new talent in the "Coming Up" series for channel 4, and worked extensively on Aids awareness dramas for the BBC World Service Trust. Julian cares passionately about design in all forms, and regards every job as a challenge to be embraced.
Stephen is one of the best-known film composers working in Britain today. His many credits include Shakespeare in Love (Miramax), for which he won an Oscar Award for Best Original Score; Billy Elliott (Tiger Aspect/Working Title), and Mrs Brown (Ecosse Films/Miramax) He has written extensively for theatre - most recently Hamlet at The Young Vic and The Veil at the National Theatre. Stephen completed his first ballet score in 2005, Peter Pan, for Northern Ballet, choreographed by David Nixon. In recent years Stephen has written scores for more than forty television plays or films, including all of Lynda La Plante's Prime Suspect dramas (for which he was nominated for a BAFTA award). He is an Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Full cast and crew on iMDB
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