Director, Writer, Producer
Gaëlle Mourre is an award-winning film director based in London. Her short film, AWAKENING, won Best Drama at the NY International Short Film Festival. It has also screened at many festivals, including Palm Springs, Fantasporto, and LA Shorts.
Gaëlle’s documentary CHASING CLOUDS was awarded a Merit by Best Shorts online. She also directed the short thriller, HOUSE OF LOCKS, and a French film, IN ENGLISH, part of LONDON I LOVE YOU, a feature set for theatrical release in 2017.
Gaëlle is currently co-writing and developing THE AUTOMATON (working title), an interactive comedic horror VR film with L. P. Lee, which Gaëlle will direct. It has been optioned by Digital Rise, based in Paris. She is also developing her next short film, CLOCKWORK, with co-writer, co-director, animator Quentin Darras, a live action/animation mix, and is developing the treatment to her debut feature script, DRIVEN OUT (working title).
She trained as a producer, director and editor at the London Film School and holds an MA in Filmmaking. She works as a freelance writer, director, producer on international projects and is ready to travel to her next adventure.
L. P. Lee's short stories have featured in magazines and anthologies, including Popshot Magazine, Litro and The British Fantasy Society. Her work has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and selected for Best New Horror #27 (PS Publishing).
Groove Magazine has called her work “stories that leave images swimming in your psyche long after the last word has been read.”
L.P. Lee uses fiction to explore deeper societal tensions and anxieties. She received her Masters in Social Anthropology at the University of Oxford after training as a Sinologist at the University of Cambridge.
Michelle Fan is an independent film producer and consultant based in London.
Michelle has worked in development and marketing with studios including Focus Features, Paramount Vantage, and Goldcrest Films. Independently, she has produced such films as EULALIA, GENERATION Y, and HOUSE OF LOCKS (dir. Gaelle Mourre).
She did both of her Masters in global media and communications in London and Shanghai, and completed her BA in film studies in New York.
Director of Photography
Daniel is a director of photography and lighting cameraman with 16 years' experience in the film and TV industry. He trained at the BBC and ITV camera departments and is a graduate of the London Film School where he was awarded a MA (Distinction) in Cinematography.
He is the recipient of the 2014 LFS PANALUX Award for Cinematography.
He has worked with clients including BBC Television, ITV Productions, Leopard Films, and Monument Media.
Sophie is an up-and-coming production designer from Munich. She trained in Set Design for Screen at Wimbledon College of Art.
She has experience on a number of commercial features, including Beauty and the Beast 2017 (PD. Sarah Greenwood) and The Death of Stalin 2017 (PD. Cristina Casali) as well indie projects such as Milly Upton's - "Harry Baby" and Stockroom 2015 (Dir. Juno Birch).
She also works in freelance production at RSA Films in London.
Chef & Food Stylist
Spyros is the founder of Parissis, a café in Brixton, London.
A marine biologist by training, Spyros studied dance movement therapy in the Cotswolds, worked in social care, and trained as a massage therapist before returning to a deeply embedded passion: making and sharing food.
"I grew up in the kitchen. Some of my best memories are waking up at four, five o’clock in the morning at Easter and baking the breads. Wrapping them in blankets, putting all the heat on in the house to prove them, then running the big trays up to the bakery!” (as told to Brixton blog, 2014)
Spyros is the recipient of the Product Award at the 2014 Ixion Enterprise Awards.
Anna Schöttl is a costume and production designer based in Munich.
She trained in film, exhibition, and stage design at the University Mozarteum Salzburg and the Wimbledon College of Art in London.
In autumn 2016, she joined the Bavarian State Opera as an assistant production designer. Her experience and knowledge covers opera, theatre, music, and film productions (both short and feature), as well as spatial installations.
Anna worked as costume designer on Gaëlle Mourre’s film AWAKENING. She also led exhibition design for Anouk Wipprecht’s Technosensual: Where fashion meets technology in Vienna. Drawing on her multidisciplinary artistic background, Anna integrates both film and stage atmosphere into her visual worlds.
Sophia is a film editor (and writer/director) who brings a meticulous, razor-sharp eye for relationship dynamics. She has assistant edited the feature film The Wake (dir. Oonagh Kearney) and has collaborated with Gaelle on a number of films, including Awakening. She's also edited for clients including Lidl, Age UK, and Wool & The Gang.
Sophia trained at London Film School. her graduation film Islands won the top prize at the Isle of Wight Film Festival.
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Jasmin is a British-Malaysian composer and multi-instrumentalist from London with a focus on the visual arts and cross-arts platforms.
Collaborating with filmmakers worldwide, her film and artists' moving image works have been supported by a range of cultural bodies such as BFI.Network, Film London, Arts Council England and Screen Australia. Last year, she completed work on feature film The Book of Gabrielle, released earlier this year in Germany with its UK release set to be launched at the Barbican this summer. Her second feature score for Tibetan film Barley Fields on the Other Side of the Mountain has also recently been picked up for distribution and will be beginning it’s festival circuit later this year.
Alongside working on The Feast, another upcoming commission includes public engagement project Newmarket Kite Symphony, writing an interactive score that uses motion sensor technology placed within kites, synchronising movement and music during kite ballet.