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Jeremy Page

Jeremy Page is a novelist, scriptwriter and script tutor / editor.  As a script editor he has worked for the BBC, Channel 4, Film Four, Working Title and House Productions across their development slates, as well as script editing for various film and TV independent companies.  

As a screenwriter, he has developed an original six part series for Working Title TV, and House Productions, and had other work developed with a variety of independents.  Scapegoat was a 30min short film broadcast on Channel 4 as part of their Coming Up strand highlighting emerging writers.

Femi Kolade

Femi Kolade has been a professional film and TV Writer, Director, Producer, Script Editor/Developer, Lecturer/Tutor, Higher Education and Media Education Manager for over twenty years. He has worked as a writer/director, producer, script reader and editor for film and TV companies such as Miramax, BBC Films, Celador Films, Bendit Films, FilmFour, Spiritdance, Bard Entertainments, ITV, Channel Four and for filmmakers Stephen Frears, Gurinder Chadha, and Forest Whitaker.   

Peter Hollywood

Peter Hollywood is an award-winning editor, who has been editing for over twenty years. As well as collaborating with well-known directors, such as Ridley Scott, Mike Newell and Terry Gilliam, he has been contributing to almost every genre imaginable, ranging from no-budget shorts and independent documentaries to network television and multi-million dollar features.

Matthew Button

Matthew Button designed his first feature in 2004, and has been consistently in demand ever since, for feature films and TV. In 2014 he was nominated for the Royal Television Society ‘Best Production Design’ award and in 2015 he was nominated for a BAFTA, as a member of the production team on BBC’s  ‘Our World War’.

Margaret Glover

Margaret Glover graduated from the Yale School of Drama with a Masters of Fine Arts in Dramaturgy & Dramatic Criticism. She began her UK career as a script editor, providing content for children’s television. Her credits during that period include adaptating Shakespeare’s MERCHANT OF VENICE and Janni Howker’s THE EGG-MAN for Channel 4 Schools and producing Peter Travis’s first short FAITH based on a Nick Hornby story (London Film Festival and BBC2, 1997) and Olivia Hetreed’s adaptation of E Nesbitt’s THE TREASURE SEEKERS (ITV, Boxing Day 1996).

Jon Gilbert

Jon is a writer, director and script developer with nearly twenty years’ experience working in the UK film and TV industry. Starting off as a runner on long-running TV series HAVE I GOT NEWS FOR YOU?, he subsequently trained as a script editor on the prestigious North By Northwest script-editing scheme before becoming a freelance script consultant for companies including Universal Pictures, the Film Council, and the Script Factory.

David Garrett

David Garrett is the CEO of Mister Smith Entertainment, a company that he founded with Constantin Film in May, 2012. Mister Smith Entertainment handles high quality mainstream features films, and filmmaker driven movies for the global market.

Louisa Dent

Louisa Dent joined Artificial Eye as Managing Director in 2008. The company has been renamed Curzon Film World to encompass distribution, financing and production with 3 distinct labels; Curzon Films, Artificial Eye and Chelsea Films releasing approximately 20 films a year (past releases include Fish Tank, The Class, The White Ribbon, We Need to Talk About Kevin and Amour).

Hilary Davis

Hilary Davis is Co-Managing Director of Bankside Films, an international sales, production and financing company founded in January 2007.

A modern languages graduate fluent in French and Italian, Hilary started her career at Warner Bros and subsequently worked at HandMade Films, Alibi Communications plc and Beyond Films prior to setting up Bankside Films.


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