Tomisin Adepeju (Director)

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Tomisin Adepeju is a Nigerian-British Filmmaker based in London, England.

He developed an interest in film from an early age, consuming the varied works of Woody Allen, Spike Lee, Cameron Crowe, Paul Thomas Anderson, as well as many more from around the world.

He has also completed a Masters in Directing at Met Film School, Ealing Studios.

His award-winning shorts, The Good Son & Marianne have screened at over one hundred international film festivals and at several prestigious institutions including: Cinematheque Suisse, the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston & the British Film Institute.

Vijay Varman (Writer / Producer)

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With nearly eight years of writing experience under his belt, Vijay has achieved several successes, with the sci-fi drama screenplay, A God Amongst Men, placed as a semi-Finalist in the BlueCat Screenplay Competition.

More recently his World War II screenplay epic, Brothers of the Fatherland was placed in the top 10% of entrants for the 2017 Academy Nicholls Fellowship; while his sci-fi screenplay short, Message through the Stars has won the award for Best Short Screenplay at the National Irish Science Fiction Film Awards and The Sydney Sci-Fi and Fantasy Film Festival.

Caleb Wissun-Bhide (Cinematographer)


Caleb Wissun Bhide is a British-Indian Cinematographer based in Hackey Wick, London and has graduated from the MET Film School with an MA in Cinematography.

In starting off his career Caleb worked as an AD on big budget commercials, and by 2010 was 2nd AD on the BBC teen drama, The Cut. He has also worked on multiple narrative projects, including the short film The Good Son (dir. Tomisin Adepeju) and the nine part mini series, Dreaming Whilst Black (Released in Mar 2018)

In addition to his 9 years of experience working professionally in the world of TV dramas and short films, Caleb has also worked on commercials for world-leading brands such as Nike, Tesco, Toyota and Cadbury.

Alexander McNeill (Editor)

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Graduating from The Arts University College Bournemouth in 2015 with a degree in Film Production, Alexander has edited trailers for a variety of film and TV projects; as well as the short film Khadejah (2015)

While a prolific editor, Alexander is also an accomplished director, having directed several short films, including co-directing The Dream Sweeper (2013) and the award winning The Parting Glass (2015); the latter of which has played at the 2017 Fastnet Film Festival and the 2017 London Short Film Festival.

Ben Stanbridge (Composer)

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Still fresh out of University at the age of 22, Ben Stanbridge is a composer for film and media, born and raised in North Yorkshire, England.

During a stellar few years at Leeds College of Music, Ben received an award for Outstanding Academic Achievement and is already proving himself a prolific and talented young composer. He has now written music for 15 short films, including Apples (2017), Home Grown (2016) and Blacker than Black (2016); the feature film, The Survivor (2016); as well as multiple commercials. He has several more projects lined up in the near future, and has just released his debut solo piano album, Glimpses.

Special thanks to all our other crew members

Hair and Makeup – Faye-Marie Lyons
Boom Operators – Calum Bell, Louis Lincoln Bottcher
Sound Design and Mixing – Calum Bell
Colour Grading – Caleb Wissun-Bhide
VFX – Heinrich Maas
Storyboards – Rob Ayling
Key Art – Chris Hart
Grips – Barnaby Hallam, Nicholas George Brown