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Chris Quick is a freelance video editor from Glasgow and is the director of Suited Caribou Media. He has also served as the deputy director of the Glasgow Filmmakers Alliance which he established with Andrew O’Donnell in 2011. His editing credits include In Search of La Che, Broken Record, Electric Faces and The Greyness of Autumn which also marked his directorial debut. In addition to his post production work, he has also provide behind the scenes photography services for independent films with some of his work being featured in Digital Filmmaker Magazine. He is currently working on Autumn Never Dies, the sequel to the short puppet film The Greyness of Autumn.
Director: Gary J Hewitt Gary has 5 years of educational experience in the creative arts industry including NQ Media, HND Creative Industry, BA Filmmaking & Screenwriting and Higher Photography. Through his education he has learned about the world of film, television, radio and other audio-visual media and developed essential creative, critical and professional skills that are important within cinema, TV and related cultural industries. The director has transferable skills such as communication and presentation expertise, which is essential for a role in directing film. In the past he has been part of jumpcut which is a flagship production to make a professional, budgeted short film in which participants undertake roles that they have never done before with the support of an industry mentor. Gary Hewitt was also part of Gmac’s “Foot In The door” course, which was a tailor-made talent hub, providing an essential step in career development. He is also a member of Scottish Screenwriters and Film Industry Scotland. Gary Hewitt formerly worked for a company called Crewtec. Which involved a High level ability and knowledge in the areas of events, rig/de-rigging plus related technical/logistical operations in multi-site events with demanding timescales and turnarounds in the corporate and live events industry. i.e : BBC Good Food Show & ITV 4 Darts Known for: CLEEK, Whatever Happened To Harry Fish? Big Brother, Xfactor, Robot Wars, ITV 4 Darts
1st AD & Production Manager: Paul Mackie Paul Mackie is a producer and cinematographer Known for: Revalations Red-Con
Steve is a self taught filmmaker and his love for film first began after seeing Star Wars at the Futurist Theatre in Liverpool. In November 2005, Johnson established Futurist Online Ltd (later becoming Futurist Digital Ltd in 2013) in Glasgow, Scotland. Over the years, Johnson developed his skills on the Red Digital Cinema Camera and later became a freelance trainer and Course Producer for their REDucation courses and regulary teaches in many cities across the globe including Berlin, Brisbane, London, Los Angeles, Moscow and Singapore. He also regulary teaches at the YouTube Space, London for RED. Since 2015, Steve has been an active Cinematographer throughout Scotland. He has worked with numerous directors on various short films covering different topics and styles, from short comedies to hard hitting social dramas. Steve adapts his style to match the project requirements, working with a director to create an appropriate tone and visual style that doesn't take away from the story whilst enhancing character. Steve also owns Futurist Digital Ltd, a boutique rental business specialing in RED Digital Camera operation and worlflow. To this end, the RED camera is Steve's go-to choice for productions. Offering an unrivaled color science, the ability to work in 6K native RAW and affording the flexiability in post production, Steve understands the technical elements to help produce the creative outputs that a director requires. This has resulted in Steve teaching for RED Digital Cinema's REDucation program since 2011.
Producer: Diane Brooks Diane started her acting career a bit later in life starting out in advertising modeling in her 30’s and appeared in many government leaflets, charity leaflets and information campaigns. She gained more experience in theatre being involved with various theatre companies such as Guardian Angels, Tron Studio, Borderline Theatre Company, National Theatre of Scotland, gaining valuable experience in various productions especially in devised theatre. She has acted in numerous commercials, corporate videos TV and film work, e.g. Tunnocks commercial, Adoption UK, Experian and ‘I survived a Zombie Apocalypse’ TV Series to name but a few. In the last 10 years, she has diversified her acting career and trained at Bauer Media to become a professional Voice Over artist, carrying out corporate, commercial, animation and narration voice overs for e.g. BBC, Commonwealth games, Bank of Scotland, Go Greener Scotland, NHS, Abellio trains. She now runs her own studio, recording voice-overs for various clients from small production companies to large corporate ones She has also been heavily involved over many years with the independent film scene and has featured in various productions, now producing her first short film K4R4. She thoroughly enjoys all aspects of this business and constantly likes to push herself out of her comfort zone Known for: CLEEK, I Survived a Zombie Apocalypse, Commonwealth games
Sound Production: Alistair Biggar Long time served and experienced sound engineer Alistair Biggar has 30 years of experience working for the BBC & STV. Alistair started his working life in the sixties as an engineer with the BBC. After 10 years he joined Scottish Television as a sound technician, he then moved to the Central Area as a duty engineer and lastly Technical Support Engineer. He was the senior broadcast engineer at STV from 1978 until 2006. He then went back to STV as the broadcast engineer that helped set up the STV Glasgow channel. He also worked as the broadcast engineer for Australian TV channel Global Television during the Glasgow commonwealth games. He has now worked on two feature films, documentaries and several short films. For the past 7 years he has also been the senior broadcast engineer at A&C electronics. He has been fortunate enough to win the prestigious 'Pilgrim Trust Award' twice for his documentaries 'The Rouken Glen Story' and 'The Story of the Doulton Fountain'. educational and insightful learning experience. This will be a practical master class and may mean venturing outside to record some sounds on the equipment. Known for: CLEEK, Good intentions, 'The Rouken Glen Story' and 'The Story of the Doulton Fountain'.
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