Mark Currie

Mark Currie

Company Director

Favourite workshop: I always love our ‘Make a Film in a Day’ workshops, which we run with the Rio Cinema in Dalston. There’s so much energy and fun throughout the day, and the films produced are often amazing, both funny and informative.

Rachel Wang

Rachel Wang

Company Director

Favourite workshop: Working with LGBT young participants as part of the BFI Film Festival on an Instagram workshop was great fun. Within a short time, the participants created really exciting and original pieces of film content. I enjoyed their enthusiasm and willingness to try something new.

Sinéad Loftus

Sinéad Loftus

Sales and Marketing Officer

Favourite workshop: My favourite workshop would have to be the Script to Screen Workshop with Keats House. The young people wrote, shot and starred in the final film, all made in 5 days which I think is quite a feat.

Lauren Veevers

Lauren Veevers

Stop Motion Animation Workshop Facilitator

Favourite workshop: My favourite workshop so far would probably be working with the Facebook design team on a One Day Animation Taster. I was at the pixilation station and it was very amusing having everyone roll around on the floor whilst being filmed from above to create underwater scenes, space scenes, and everything in between!

Daniel Onyia

Daniel Onyia

Filmmaker & Workshop Facilitator

Favourite workshop: Working with disadvantaged young people on the ‘Victorian Homelessness’ at the Geffrye Museum was very rewarding. Young people, who may not have otherwise created stop motion animation and got involved in spoken word poetry, responded so well and created really inspirational pieces.

Ross Dickson

Ross Dickson

Filmmaker & Workshop Facilitator

Favourite workshop: Running stop-motion animation workshops at Dulwich College in Shanghai was really enjoyable. Working with the teachers was great as many had never animated before, but as soon as they grasped the concept they all became incredibly ambitious and competitive!

Reece Lipman

Reece Lipman

Filmmaker & Workshop Facilitator

Favourite workshop: Running a 9 week documentary filmmaking course at the Camden Roundhouse was a great experience. The young people bonded brilliantly throughout the project, totally threw themselves into the course and wanted to keep filmmaking after the course.

Peter Kelly

Peter Kelly

Filmmaker & Workshop Facilitator

Favourite workshop: ‘Hear My Story Summer School’, a digital campaign workshop at the Imperial War Museum, was great to be a part of. The results (vines, memes and cinemagraphs) were fantastic and everyone involved was thrilled to have played a part in the campaign.

Oliver Parkin

Oliver Parkin

Filmmaker & Workshop Facilitor

Favourite workshop: I really enjoy facilitating the DAMIC workshop, in which we train a group recovering from substance misuse in filmmaking. Working with the team is really rewarding and inspirational work, with some members of the group even attributing the workshop to the success of their journey through recovery.

Ruth Gardiner

Ruth Gardiner

Filmmaker & Workshop Facilitator

Favourite workshop: My favourite workshop so far was one I did for Islington Summerversity! My group made a film for 1000 Londoners about a fruit and veg seller called John on Chapel Street market. He was a real character, and the students filmed some stunning colourful footage in and around the market!

Harriet Jones

Harriet Jones

Filmmaker & Workshop Facilitator

Favourite workshop: Creating the 1000 Londoners documentary ‘Jeanne’ as part of our ‘Nine Elms Past & Present’ workshop was great fun. It was amazing to support the young adults on the shoot day, and to be able to share some of the stories of such a fantastic character.

Helena Coan

Helena Coan

Assistant Project Manager

Favourite workshop: I really enjoyed working on ‘Make Your Own Screen Heritage’, bringing secondary school students and elderly people together to learn more about their borough’s history through its fascinating film archives.