JOHNNY FLYNN as GUY
Johnny is an English film, television and theatre actor known for playing Albert Einstein in Ron Howard's Genius, and lead roles in Netflix series Lovesick and movie Song One (2014).
Johnny has appeared in many theatre productions including Jez Butterworth's Jerusalem, Propeller's Twelfth Night and Richard III in the West End, and the Royal Court's Hangmen and its West End transfer.
He fronts the band Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit.
DANIEL INGS as NATHAN
A familiar face in British television comedy, Daniel has appeared in Pete vs Life, Peep Show, Uncle, W1A and alongside Johnny in Lovesick.
His feature films include Eddie the Eagle (2016) and Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011).
Daniel has also acted in high-profile theatre productions in the West End and at the National Theatre including Danny Boyle's Frankenstein and One Man, Two Guvnors.
He can currently be seen in The Crown.
OMAR KHAN as PARVEZ
Omar Khan is an actor, writer and TV presenter. Having started as a presenter on Sony TV’s View Asia for seven years, he moved onto do five Bollywood films, including the smash hit Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani.
He has appeared in the Zing TV soap Cloud 9, the web-series Three Shades of Brown and voices the character Mr. Nibblit on CBeebies cartoon Boj.
He produced a sitcom pilot for TV, having already written five nationally performed plays and several episodes of Cloud 9. He was shortlisted for a screenwriting award by the BBC which led to a writing scheme on The Dumping Ground.
Simon’s short The Elevator Pitch opened The London Short Film Festival 2014, received a Vimeo Staff Pick and saw him nominated for the IMdB New Filmmaker Award. It was also a Finalist of 2014's Sundance London Short Film Competition (alongside his second short film Red Onions).
Simon has directed for clients including the BBC, The Sunday Times, and Google. He's also directed viral content for charity organisations SumOfUs and Hope Not Hate and music videos for major labels.
Additionally, Simon creates live transmedia performances that place an emphasis on immersion, interactivity and community.
Tibo Travers founded SweetDoh! in 2013. His slate of short films have screened at over 30 festivals worldwide, including Raindance, Sundance London, Encounters, Emden, London Short Film Festival, have won four awards and been featured on Vimeo Staff Picks. Two of his short films were picked up for worldwide distribution.
He has also developed an advertising and music video slate, producing for clients including Google, Total, Glenmorangie and indie label Anjunadeep.
When he isn’t producing, Tibo is also a 1st Assistant Director on feature films, music videos and commercials.
Zak is a writer and director from London. His short films have screened at over 70 festivals and been distributed by NiTV and Canal+. His most recent short film Contractor 014352, has won awards for Best Screenplay at the Lift-off Global Awards 2017, Best European Short at Brest Film Festival 2017, and Grand Jury Prize at Kinematic Shorts in Russia. In December 2018 it screened on French TV.
Zak’s previous shorts as a writer-director have won various awards and been distributed by Shorts TV. Deleting Emily won Filmmakers’ Choice and Audience Choice awards at DC Shorts 2012.
Andrew is an award winning cinematographer, who has shot various feature length projects, documentaries and over 30 short films. His TV credits include work for BBC, Sky and ITV.
After leaving the NFTS he shot various shorts, music videos and commercials. His shorts include The Ideal Wife with veteran director Philip Saville (Metroland) and The Things He Never Said..
His features include award winning Making It and he received a Best Cinematography award at the Maverick Movie Awards, for feature film Two Down.
Philip is a motion graphics artist living and working in London, founder and director of Battlecat! an award-winning animation studio.
His recent commercial clients include Nike, Google, the BFI, and the Victoria & Albert Museum, but he started off in Johannesburg, South Africa, working on music videos for Die Antwoord.
His feature film credits include Dark Tide, Tower Block, Titus, and the sleeper hit Superbob. He recently won a Vimeo Staff Pick for a short film about lava, which he made late at night because of nightmares.
Daniel worked on several international theatre productions before joining the design team of the London 2012 Opening and Closing Ceremonies.
Following the Olympics, he worked in feature film art departments for Warner Bros, Universal, Twentieth Century Fox and Walt Disney Motion Pictures.
Besides designing independent features and shorts, his current projects include the upcoming Jurassic World sequel and Guy Ritchie's new King Arthur adaptation.
After studying Industrial and Interior Design, Basmah joined the London 2012 design team for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Olympic and Paralympic Games working with director Danny Boyle.
She works with Creative Director Ala Lloyd of Lloyd Live Design on a variety of events including the Tour de France Opening Ceremony and Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th Birthday Party.
She also works as an Art Director on Independent features and shorts, her most recent projects include Life Directed by Daniel Espinosa and Murder on the Orient Express directed by Kenneth Branagh.
Jeffrey is a London-based Costume Designer and member of BAFTA Crew. His work has been showcased in feature film, TV, advertisement, theatre, red carpet, and shown at London, Paris, Brazilian, and Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.
Jeffrey has just worked with RSA Films (Ridley Scott) on the critically acclaimed short film The Corridor, which was the centre piece of ‘Daydreaming With Stanley Kubrick’ at Somerset House.
His most recent major feature film with Blonde to Black Productions, Set the Thames on Fire, of which he was Costume Designer, has debuted with great critical acclaim.
Hiran is an experienced editor, currently living and working in New York. He has worked for a variety of production companies, including Kontent Films in San Francisco and BBC Films and Ponda Films in London. He’s also edited shorts for the BFI and Channel 4 News.
Over the last couple of years, he’s cut award-winning short films, including Somebody Nobody's JUS SOLI and his directorial debut for The Milo Wladek Co., The Joyous Farmer.
Sami is a British Egyptian composer whose work negotiates the fringes of new instrumental and electronic music. His collaborative practices range widely from film, fine art, theatre, games and band-life.
Among his clients for film scores are the BBC, the Guardian and ABC. He is a founding member of the pop band La Shark who have toured the world and released records that have had extensive radio play on BBC’s Radio 1, 6Music and XFM.
His music has been played by the Budapest Art Orchestra, members of the LSO and the Royal Northern Sinfonia.