Nebiu Samuel is an actor, writer and director born in South East London to Ethiopian immigrant parents. Nebiu began acting at a young age in local youth theatres such as in the Young Vic's parallel productions. He went on to train in acting and physical theatre at Ecole Jacque Lecoq in Paris in 2018 and has continued to work as an actor in fringe theatre productions and short films such as Sugarbabies and Olympilads at Theatre Balham.
Lisa Rustage has worked on numerous film & TV shows including, Ready Player One, Bohemian Rhapsody, Judy and Derry Girls. The experience of working on these high-end productions has given her the expertise to establish herself as an Editor. Her film company, The Friday Night Video Store, which creates stories of eclectic genres including shorts, features, docs and a web series, has grown and she continues to write and edit the majority of the productions produced. Her knowledge and talent to create a story within any genre makes her exceptional to work with.
Leila Al-Baldawi is a Director of Social Documentary, having just entered her first project into 5 national and international film festivals with My Name Is Application Form 21102020. Her professional history however is in fashion photography and moving image having worked in the industry for 4 years before she became a mother of two children. Her ability to organise, listen and lead projects has grown since motherhood. Following her first film, she has produced, and directed three other short documentaries, 1 EPR and a fashion film.
Born and raised in London, Johnny Ho graduated in 2008 from the University of Creative Arts Rochester in Photography. Whilst today predominantly working in digital, he still has a love for shooting on 35mm film and darkroom printing. In 2015 he made the conscious decision to focus primarily on being behind the camera taking the lessons learnt in the lighting dept to aid his Lighting-Cameraman and now DP work. Ranging from short dramas to feature docs and including commercial work with clients such as Channel 4, Amazon Prime, National Theatre, Nissan, Budweiser, BMW and Google.