a feature length documentary for cinema release –
Executive Producer: Lee Brazier
Lee Brazier is a former FilmFour Creative Executive and was Head of Distribution and Acquisitions at Cinescope Entertainment. Lee’s credits include: Mission to Lars, Charlotte Grey and East is East. He was recently Executive Producer on ‘Yesterday’ directed by Danny Boyle (Slumdog Millionaire) and written by Richard Curtis (Four Weddings and a Funeral).
Writer/Director: Jo Lewis
Jo Lewis is an award winning Director with a wealth of experience in feature film production and international documentaries for The Discovery Channel. Film production work includes films by Mike Leigh, Anthony Mingella, Ridley Scott and Andrea Arnold. She recently produced and directed #sugarwater (55mins) an observational documentary about the first ever Deaf and disabled performance at the National Theatre by Graeae Theatre Company. The featured play is ‘The Solid Life of Sugar Water’ by Jack Thorne (Harry Potter and The Cursed Child). The film features contributions by Jenny Sealey (Director Paralympic Opening Ceremony London 2012) Rufus Norris (Director National Theatre) and Sir Peter Blake. Simon Gilchrist was the Executive Producer and this was the first time that outside cameras had been allowed full access to the National Theatre and NT Studio. The film premiered at the St Louis Film Festival (named one of the 25 key films) and had its UK premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival. The film will screen at the Genesis Cinema in December as part of Disability Awareness.
Producer: Keaton Stone
Keaton has a background as a Producer over various genres for television, predominantly for the BBC and has filmed in many countries around the world. He has also developed, cast & helped produce advertising campaigns for global companies & has written numerous articles for publication.
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