Alix Wilton Regan always dreamt of becoming an actress. She was the youngest person to be admitted to the prestigious Drama Studio London and has since worked alongside Glenn Close in The Wife (2017).
George Gallo is a man of many creative talents, including screenwriting, filmmaking, producing and painting. Since writing his first feature film, Wise Guys (1986), he has been involved in a number of successful movies including Golden Globe nominated Midnight Run (1988), and Bad Boys (1995).
Actor Vikash Bhai is persistent. When he knows what he wants, he’s willing to do what it takes. Bhai tells our presenter how he auditioned 7 times for the role of Farhad, one of the main characters in Ben Sharrock’s BAFTA-nominated comedy-drama Limbo (2020). The films centres on four asylum seekers who are staying on a remote island in Scotland, taking cultural awareness classes, whilst waiting for their refugee claims to be processed.
Writer Emma Needell has had a long wait for success but is now living the dream.
How do you make a high quality movie on a micro budget?
James Capel is an actor and writer who, in 2020 decided it was time to create something he couldn’t seem to find anywhere: an online community for writers. Scribe Lounge offers writers’ forums, spaces to collaborate and Q&As with writers in film and television, all for free, along with a paid subscription service.
Medalion Rahimi is an American actor perhaps best known for her roles in Before I Fall (2017) and as Princess Isabella in the Shondaland drama, Still Star-Crossed (2017). Since 2019, she has played Special Agent Fatima Namazi in NCIS: Los Angeles (2009 – ).
Imagine getting your SAG-AFTRA card via Breaking Bad alongside Aaron Paul. Not bad, huh? That’s what happened to rising actor Sarah Minnich who has gone on to feature alongside Hollywood greats like Nicolas Cage, Matthew Broderick, and can now be seen in the Netflix Original Army of the Dead (directed and co-written by Zack Snyder).
Dan Mazer is a British filmmaker who just so happens to be Sacha Baron Cohen’s co-producer and co-writer on Da Ali G Show (2000 – 2004), the Borat movies, Bruno (2009) and The Dictator (2012). Yes, if you’ve seen any of those, you know what you’re getting into with Dan.