Cast

 
 

Kate Reed - Rachel Glimm

Born, bred and based just outside of London, Kate has just finished her A-levels and is currently on a gap year.

Small in stature but large in gusto, she throws all of her 5ft and 3 inches into all the projects she takes on. This has included both experience in theatre and film, in 2013-14 she was a member of the RADA Youth Company and in 2015 joined National Youth Theatre as a member. Last year she also completed the lead role in another short film ‘Our Broken Heart’ which is due to be released later this year.

Now she is looking to take on exciting and challenging new projects to develop her interest in performing and technique.

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Jemma Churchill - Carol Glimm

Jemma trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.

Last summer she worked at The New Vic Theatre Stoke on the ground-breaking Hoard festival: Drama and verbatim theatre with music based on the discovery of The Staffordshire Hoard. There were four newly commissioned main house plays and her own one-woman play by Samuel Adamson, My Name Is Freda.

She appeared beside Janie Dee and Clive Francis in 84 Charing Cross Road at the Salisbury Playhouse in Spring 2015.

She was most recently seen on television as herself in the DOCTOR WHO 50th celebrations in Peter Davisons’ THE FIVE DOCTORS REBOOT for the BBC. She played NANNY LYONS in both series of UPSTAIRS DOWNSTAIRS for the BBC. Jemma also appeared in Channel 4’s BAFTA winning drama-doc THE PLOT TO BRING DOWN BRITAINS PLANES as Alex, the DCI, responsible for catching the liquid bombers of Walthamstow.

She is represented by Sarah London at RBM ACTORS where you can view her showreel and full CV  

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Richard Ginn - Philip Glimm

Richard left the school of hard knocks with a brace of Arts related qualifications, but needing to eat and gain his independence went into graft with a Blue-Chip company in the City of London eventually working for one of the largest legal firms in Europe. On redundancy he reactivated his interest in performing and formed a tribute act which appeared internationally to great acclaim for 10+ years.

He now cares for his disabled partner and performs in Cabaret, Pantomime and has gained many supporting roles on TV in Docudramas of which his most recent credits are 'Wolf Hall' and the latest installment of 'The Tunnel - Debris'.

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CREW

 

Andrea Niada - Writer/Director/Editor

Born in Milan and raised in London, Andrea is an ambitious and versatile filmmaker, with a particular inclination towards the absurd, the grotesque and the darkly comic.

After graduating with a BA in Theatre & Performance from the University of Warwick, he was accepted on an MA course at The London Film School. During his time at the school, Andrea wrote and directed several shorts, both fiction and documentary, which have since been shown in major film festivals around the world. 

Home Education is his graduation project. He is currently working on the feature version of the script as well as a number of other ideas. 

https://vimeo.com/andreaniada

 
 

Flavia Monaldi -  Co-Producer

Flavia graduated with a BA in British Film & Drama, followed by an MA in Animation. A firm believer in the saying " if you can dream it you can do it", she worked as a runner and PA across Europe in order to achieve her aim of working in Film Production. She now lives in London where she is involved in the production of various new and exciting projects.

 
 

Poom Saiyavath - Cinematographer

Poom has always had a passion for cinematography and greatly enjoys all aspects of working on set.  He graduated from the University of Arts London with a bachelor's degree in Film & Television. 

Poom has solid working knowledge of a variety of formats and cameras, working most frequently with the RED and S16mm. He has worked on a variety of productions from low budget independent films to larger scale productions; he also works annually during London Fashion week with the production company Fashion One. This experience and adaptability has led Poom to work in a variety of countries, most recently in England, Slovakia, Cyprus, Belgium and Thailand. He recently worked as the cinematographer on the feature film 'The Milky Way' that won the 'Best No-Budget Feature' award at the London Independent Film Festival. 

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Francesca Prizzon - Costume Designer

Francesca Prizzon is an Italian, London based costume designer.

After earning a postgraduate degree in Costume Design for Performance at the London College of Fashion in 2014 she took her first steps into the world of film, theatre and entertainment, assisting designers such as Lara Jensen and Clare Amos, for clients like Kylie Minogue, Beyonce, Vanity Fair, Vogue and Edinburgh Fringe Festival and later moving on to work under her own name. She currently has 6 productions on which she worked as costume designer to be released this year.

A love for challenges, the combination of art forms and the drive to learn everything she can, characterise her work, making Francesca unafraid to take on any project.

 
 
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Chiara Cardoso - Producer

Chiara is an independent creative producer, passionate about championing young and unique voices and bringing bold and unique stories to life. With a background in History of Art, Literature and Philosophy, she has worked in a number of independent film and TV companies in London, and is currently Executive Assistant across production and development at Bonafide Films. She is developing a number of independent projects alongside her work. Home Education is her first major collaboration with Andrea Niada - they are currently working on the feature version of the script. 

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Anthony Alleyne - Executive Producer

Anthony is an award-winning writer, producer and director. Last year he gained a writing credit on the feature Enemy of England and since then has produced a number of shorts. This year he will produce and direct, Sunburn, a low budget feature film in Spain, and is involved in the development and production of a number of other features and TV series. 

 
 

Sarah Sanderson - Production Designer

After graduating with a BSc in Psychology, Sarah followed her primary passion, the Arts.
After working on various film, theatre and stop motion animation projects with artists from Germany (for example ATON from Munich), she  was accepted for the MA Performance Design and Practice at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London.

She has since developed several performance, set and stage designs within UAL and for external companies, such as Footfall Theatre, GQ Magazine and the BBC, among others.

In 2015 she lived and worked in Andalucia for three months as part of the production team Performance Factory. Their immersive experience Ba°bel was widely renowned and gained them their Masters degree one year ahead of schedule. 

On the 28th of May, 2016 her first performance design solo exhibition [nyctophilia], displaying set, costume and prop designs, premiered at Stour Space, London.

 
 

Andrea Boccadoro - Composer

Andrea is an award-winning composer for film, theatre and visual media.

Since his first narrative score, he has become fascinated by the relationship between music, character and story, and by the creative potential of multimedia collaboration. He is currently working on a variety of productions, including projects supported by Film London/FLAMIN (Ophelia 2.0, dir. Sharon Liu), Arts Council England (Strawberry Vale, dir. Emi Tse), and the feature film Speaking in Tongues directed by Nathan Deming. 


In 2016 Andrea was awarded a place as a Music Creative in the Hospital Club Emerging Creatives Pro- gramme 2016/2017, starting a 1 year artist residency and mentorship programme in the Club. In 2015 Andrea received the Jerry Goldsmith Award for his orchestral piece 'Song For Adele', and was selected to attend the Reykjavik International Film Festival Talent Lab. In 2013 he was awarded the 2nd prize in the Lviv Music Composition Contest for the choral composition ‘Ave Maria’, which was premiered by the Galician Chamber Choir. Andrea’s work has been screened at the Barbican Centre, the National Art Gallery, the BFI and the V&A Museum, and at festivals such as Clermont-Ferrand, BFI Flare, Aesthetica Short Film Festival and the European Independent Film Festival. 


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