CONTACT OUR DIRECTORS DESK
To compliment founders and directing duo Simon Alveranga and Phil Good we have a roster of talented new film directors.
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James is a Swedish Born Director living in London with a passion for crafting narrative and creating cinematic, exciting films. He has worked across the globe on various productions but started off as an assistant to some of the biggest Directors in the Music Video and Commercials game, honing the craft by watching his idols create iconic images on set.
Since then, he’s worked with some major labels, including Mute Records, Distillers Records, Heavenly Records and PIAS. He’s also created content for brands such as Sony, Topman, Bose, Converse and more.
Max is a writer, director and editor from Sydney.
His most recent music video, for The Jezabels, premiered in Interview Magazine in the US, featured in The Guardian , Hunger and Promo News in the UK and Monster Children in Australia.
Max’s upcoming short film You Take The High Road – about feuding old brothers given one last shot at redemption – received the Innovation Grant from Metroscreen, and is slated for production early 2017.
Andrea Vinciguerra aka Andrea Youth ( above in a recent picture with his blue-rat friend) is a music video and commercial director based in London. Musician and visuals maker since young age, his work is a personal mix between youth culture, pasta, dark comedy and bright colours. Clients include: Royal Bank of Scotland, Channel 4, Virgin Emi Records and Audio Doughnuts Records.
Robbie Newby is a London-based director. In recent years he has directed for PETA (ft Vivienne Westwood) as well as branded content for Natwest, Matches, MOO.com, Moleskine and Eventbrite.
Robbie started out in TV at the BBC in 2000, which cemented his life-long passion moving image. Having filmed and edited many EPKs for feature films, he has built up his experience on large scale productions and talent direction.
Sarah-Mace has written, directed and edited short films, commercials, documentaries and corporates for diverse clients including the Scene Cinema, Colgate and the UK Government. Her narrative and experimental films have been screened internationally, and her distinct approach to moving image practice has earned me commissions for Waltham Forest Council, the QLD Multicultural Centre, the State Library of QLD and Metricon Stadium. In 2012, her public projection work Moving over the Shoreline, won an ArtsHub Critics Choice Award. Developed in collaboration with ethnic dance groups and Brisbane’s local migrant community, the project was described by Lisa Dempster, Director of the Melbourne Writers Festival as ‘an ambitious site-specific work, beautifully realised.
Lewis is a London-based writer/director. His main drive is dramatic story-telling, where he’s been making a name for himself in the shot-film circuit. His latest short ‘Irreversible’ was funded by world renowned photographer Rankin and his Collabor8te scheme. The film stars Robert Emms (Warhorse, Kick Ass 2, Mirror Mirror) and picked up BEST UK SHORT at Raindance 2013.