Founder & Creative Director
Lisa has worked for the likes of M&C Saatchi, Havas, Brothers & Sisters and BETC advertising agencies as an art director and copywriter. After retraining at the NFTS in London, she directed and shot her first feature length documentary, ‘A Queer Country’, which won Best Women Filmmakers at the Hollywood Independent International Documentary Awards 2016. Lisa has a penchant for 80s music and enjoys scrolling through Pinterest during bouts of insomnia. She hates the pink liquid soap you find in public toilets, oh and insomnia.
Founder & Creative Producer
Steph originally trained as an illustrator and has worked as an artworker and project manager in the events industry. She coordinated the branding for both national and international events. She left to backpack across Southeast Asia and documented the experience of travelling with a friend who uses a wheelchair. The film is currently in post-production and she hopes it will raise disability awareness. Steph gags when she gets overexcited and believes any meal can be improved with hot sauce and processed cheese slices. She also suffers quite severely from trypophobia.
Director of Photography & Multidisciplinary Creative
Antonio is a director, screenwriter, videographer, author and musician. His short film, ‘Faithless’, has been distributed internationally and broadcasted on SNRT Morocco. He works as a video journalist and teaches filmmaking and screenwriting at the Oxbridge Academic Programs during the summer. His first novel ‘The Skin of Silence’ was published by GDS this year in Italy, and his latest novel ‘Terra Bruciata’ will be published by Eremon. He also writes and performs music with his band Flying Tailor. Antonio snaps his fingers when he’s excited, that’s his trademark. He’s not a fan of unnecessary rules, borders or cucumbers.
Luar Klinghofer Bar Dov
Head of Editing & Multidisciplinary Creative
Luar established her passion for film when she began editing at just 13. During her time at EICAR in Paris, she wrote and directed two short films and was involved in countless productions. Her film ‘Origami á la Dérive’ won an award at the Best Shorts Competition in LA. She’s worked on two feature films, ‘The Last Goodbye’ and ‘Drama’ and has most recently edited the documentary ‘A Queer Country’. She also teaches filmmaking at the Oxbridge Academic Programs. Luar is a nuts enthusiast and a huge fan of roller coasters. Ironically, she hates games with time limitation.