Philip Davis is a film actor, writer and director who has made critically acclaimed appearances in films and TV series including Vera Drake, Whitechapel and Sherlock. He has directed various dramas during his career including seminal British film I.D.
Nina graduated with an MA in Screenwriting from the prestigious London Film School. Her writing has received award nominations at film festivals including Encounters International Film Festival and Kicks ‘n Flicks Football Film Festival.
Hatty is an independent producer. In 2013 her first feature, Nice Guy, was released. Most recently she has worked for producer Robert Jones across a varied slate including The Harry Hill Movie and Danny Boyle's Babylon.
Pamela has been working in film and TV sales and distribution for nearly 10 years with companies such as Wild Bunch, The Walt Disney Company and Entertainment One. Pamela produced her first short film last year, a comedy called Team Judas.
Sam Renton started his film career as a camera trainee. Moving up through the ranks, he's had the pleasure and privilege to work and learn with some of the worlds greatest cinematographers including John Seale ASC ACS, Roger Pratt BSC, John Mathieson BSC and Ben Davis BSC. He is now shooting quality shorts and independent features in his own right.
Nat studied at Central Saint Martins in Theatre Design, after which he worked at Angels the Costumiers working in all periods of costume. Nat’s work includes BBC’s "Ashes To Ashes”, Channel 4’s “Babylon” as a designer and Paul King's “Paddington” and Guy Richie’s “RocknRolla”as assistant designer. He really loved being involved with Midnight and only wishes we could have covered Steve Marriott’s earlier life too.
Pascale trained in Paris & London and has provided natural, realistic, true-to-period & character looks for projects small & large for 15 years. Her background in literature means she loves diving into scripts to understand the characters and design looks that best serve the story.