Campbell is a London based short film and music video producer.
He was BAFTA-nominated for his work on 'The Karman Line' with Olivia Colman and Shaun Dooley and his impressive C.V of music videos includes production for the likes of Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish and Björk.
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Chris is an actor and director based in Los Angeles. He won an Academy Award® for his short film ‘Visas and Virtue’. Indie feature festival awards include Outstanding Ensemble in ‘Americanese’ and Best Supporting Actor in ‘Under the Blood Red Sun’. Chris has judged shorts for the Oscars®, Student Academy Awards® and on numerous festival juries.
“Shorts can be inspiring. They’re the oldest format in cinema. Yet, they’re as vibrant today as ever. Technology has enabled anyone to dream onscreen. But, it still comes down to story. When you combine originality with great storytelling, you have a winning short film.”
Multi-BAFTA winning director Morag McKinnon has directed a number of short films including 'Home' which won the BAFTA for Best Short Film.
She directed the feature 'Donkeys' which won a Scottish BAFTA award for Best Film and co-directed the documentary 'I Am Breathing' with Emma Davie which won Scottish BAFTA for best director.
Dean worked as a writer on “That 70s Show” for seven years, serving as an executive producer for the show’s final season. He wrote for the initial two seasons of “Buffy, The Vampire Slayer,” and has written for “Duckman” and “The Adventures of Pete and Pete" and "Sabrina the Teenage Witch".
Asitha is a British-Sri Lankan filmmaker. His short film ‘Do Not Erase’ won a BAFTA in 2007 and ‘14’ was EFA and BAFTA-nominated in 2009/10. His feature project ‘Kin’ was selected for the Berlin Talent Project Market in 2010 and won the Pitch Highlight Award. A member of BAFTA and EFA, he has sat on several international festival juries. In addition to filmmaking, he is also a published author of short stories.
Shona is a British film director and cinematographer. She was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Newcomer and the BAFTA Scotland Award for Best Director (Dear Frankie, Pathé), the Heartland Film Festival Crystal Heart Award, the High Falls Film Festival Audience Award for Best Feature Film, the Jackson Hole Film Festival Cowboy Award for Best Feature Film...we could keep going but basically, she's a talented filmmaker!
She established her own studio, Gratzfilm, in 1987. In addition to films she is the author of Downward-facing Frog and My Tesla. Joan has served on major film festival juries in Asia, Europe, and North America.
Joan lives on a houseboat in Portland, Oregon.