Rebecca Graham is a writer/director and producer with a Masters in directing and over eight years experience of filmmaking.
Her experience spans short films, documentaries, web-series and music videos. Rebecca’s films have been screened both nationally and internationally, in the USA, Europe and the UK, and have picked up a number of awards and prizes along the way.
Rebecca is currently a university lecturer, is in pre-production for an experimental film about black women, and is in development for her first feature film as well.
Jack Jewers is a BAFTA-nominated, Royal Television Society award-winning director, working in film, television and advertising.
In 2014 Jack directed and produced Night School: the Web Series. Based on the international bestselling books by CJ Daugherty, the series was an official selection at several festivals, including Marseille, New York, Washington D.C.—and the inaugural Dub Web Fest in 2015. It also became one of the most widely covered British web series to date, including a cover story in the Guardian, and a sellout panel at London Comic Con. The Night School YouTube channel has since gained over a million views.
Jack’s other recent credits include Shalom Kabul, a black comedy based on the true story of the last two Jews of Afghanistan (spoiler alert: they hated each other). Jack is currently working on his first feature film, which he can’t wait to tell you about.
He lives near London and can often be found not doing work on Twitter, where he is @jackjewers. Find out more about Jack at www.jackjewers.co.uk
Brian Luff is a writer and multi award-winning short film maker based in London. He has written comedy for Channel 4 and has worked as Head of Digital Content for A&E Networks. He recently wrote and directed the animated web series Explicit Biscuit which won Best Animation at the East Coast Film Festival 2018 and is currently syndicating on Twisted Mirror TV. His short film Aristaeus won the Spirit of the Festival Award at last year's London Short Series Festival.
Brian previously worked as a senior digital producer for BBC Comedy and he has performed in hundreds of live stage shows on the Edinburgh Fringe. His podcast series The Sowerby & Luff Show has been downloaded over 12 million times and he is an occasional visiting lecturer in comedy scriptwriting at Bournemouth University.
Karine has discovered very young the series industry while working on "H" a French sitcom (Canal +). After studying audiovisual in Canada, she joined many movies, TV series and TV shows (including those of Arthur for TF1) as an assistant director/stage manager.
After a 2-year stint as co-author in the RFM morning hosted by Jean Luc Reichmann, Karine became a director for a Paris based African TV channel. Then, she worked as editorial and production coordinator on "O rendez-vous", a 52 'daily musical program on France O (France Télévisions group) with 4 to 6 guests and live music.
At the same time, Karine has directed many interviews and some clips. "Flight69" (Vol 69) is a project she has been working on for many years. Her comedy concept is a crazy web series taking place on a plane, for the whole family (or not!) to take the 69th degree, of course!