Morgan De Laporte (Co-Director)
After having graduated in film in 2009, Morgan started to work in camera department in many feature films, TV series, commercials and music video. He worked for 6 years in Paris as a camera assistant / DoP. He’s now based in Sydney and work as producer/director in his company that he recently launched : Dust Productions.
Pedro Vinícius (Associate Producer)
Pedro is a Brazilian film director, screenwriter and editor. With ten years of experience, he brings together more than 70 works to his name, including a nomination for the International Emmy Awards. Pedro graduated in Journalism with a specialisation in documentary films, and now attends a Masters in Film Directing in the UK and prepares the fifth short fiction of his own.
Christian Lampe (Co-Director)
Christian worked as a cinema manager at the European Film College, before moving to London and specialising in Documentary filmmaking on the BA in Media & Communications at Goldsmiths University. He directed “What Can I Say?, about online freedom of speech, and is currently studying an MA in Visual Culture at Copenhagen University. vimeo.com/christianlampe
Ahmed Rasheed (Co-Director)
Ahmed was born in Alexandria, Egypt August 4th 1982, raised in Cairo and studied Mass Communication majoring in Broadcasting. He has worked as an assistant director on several feature films and is currently a freelance assistant director and also works as a freelance director, directing several TV spots and documentaries.
Mihalis Monemvasiotis (Director)
Mihalis was born in Athens, Greece in 1986. He studied film-making for seven years in Greece (BA in Audio Visual Arts at the Aegean University), Denmark (European Film College) and UK (advance directing course of Central Film School London). Since 2008, he has been working as a writer/director/editor. In 2009 he directed his first short film, “Nowhere” representing Greece at the European online exhibition “Europe in Shorts”. Since, he has enriched his experience with 7 more short films, including the thematic trilogy “photographic reflections”. The last part of his trilogy “Every night I am falling out of nowhere” won 2 awards and participated in 9 international festivals including New York City International Film Festival, Raindance and Clermont-Ferrand. In 2013, he co-founded the independent production company “Pied Piper Pictures Entertainment Ltd”. He is currently based in London. monemvasiotis.com
Hikaru Okita (Co-Director – Associate Producer)
Hikaru was born in Kanagawa prefecture, Japan, in 1975. In 2000 he started his career as a director in various medias based in Tokyo. As a director, he has a diverse range of work, including documentaries of well-known Japanese musicians and video game creators, music videos, films and commercials.
Theodore Ishimwe (Co-Director)
Theodore is a film director, cinematographer and editor based in RWANDA. graduated from film school, he worked on many different film projects include features films and documentaries as a freelancer. Later he joined western harmony studio in Uganda as a head of film, TV and video section. He is an acting head of Kigali film and television school and the founder of KFTV STUDIO.
Miguel Gago (Co-Director)
Miguel was born in Pontevedra, Galicia (Spain). He studied a BA in Audiovisual Communication at UAB (Barcelona) where he started his interest in cinema and directed his first short film, “Laca”. After graduating in 2010, he studied a scriptwriting MA. At the same time he gets involved in cinema projects in London and Barcelona including the feature film “Rocco tiene tu nombre” by Angelo Orlando. In 2012, after directing the short film “La flor amarilla”, he entered “Bande á part. Cinema school”. Right now he is finishing the degree in cinema direction while developing outside projects as director and AD.
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Juliette McCawley (Co-Director)
An award winning Trinidadian filmmaker, Juliette spent 15 years as an actor before directing her first short in the US. She moved to Shanghai where she spent the next 5 years producing, writing and directing 10 short films as well as industrial and corporate videos. In 2010 she studied Advanced Film Directing at Central Film School London. She was awarded a national grant to produce her recent film One Good Deed. juliettemccawley.webs.com
Alexander Nally (Co-Director)
English born film maker Alexander grew up in the countryside of Oxford before attending university in Manchester and eventually settling in London. His background has been mainly drama based narrative, with a strong eye for performance work. His most significant work to date was writing, producing and directing his first feature film The Telemachy, which was shot in Greece and the UK. The film screened at many international film festivals and was selected by the British Red Cross, who held a special screening at BAFTA to help build awareness of the crisis in Greece. Matchbox Productions Ltd.
Lauren Anders Brown (Co-Director / Associate Producer)
Lauren is a New York City based Creative Producer at Collaborate: ideas & images. Her career to date has included positions on major network Television shows including but not limited to Ugly Betty and feature films such as Argo, We Need to Talk about Kevin and Life of Crime. She’s produced commercials, recently traveling to Italy to shoot a commercial for the book Inferno written by Dan Brown and a PSA for the organization Special Olympics in Atlanta. “Eleven” is Lauren’s second project combining her loves of filmmaking, travel, and football – her first being her original TV series awaiting network sponsorship called “The World Cup Project“. She’s excited to be directing the USA unit for “Eleven” and bringing viewers to an area of America where football is rare, but growing exponentially much like the area itself.