Fiona trained at the BBC and worked at Granada and Third Eye before becoming a journalist. After reviewing films for Paper Magazine in New York, she freelanced in London, writing on design for The Guardian and The Financial Times amongst others. She returned to film making and her film The Other Irish Travellers ran as a Storyville on BBC4.
In 2009, Ed produced Superstonic Sound: The Rebel Dread which was shown at over 40 international film festivals. He then co-founded the 3Film Group and remains a non-executive board member of the São Paulo based company. Ed completed the Documentary Campus Masterschool in 2011 and, a year later, he joined Spring Films where he has produced The Quest For The Holy Foreskin (Nat Geo/Arte), and Bollywood and Beyond: A Century of Indian Cinema with Sanjeev Bhaskar (BBC).
Producer at Echodocs, Mark Anderson spent ten years as a producer/director at the BBC and then at Granada, LWT, and Brook Lapping where he was producer/director of, amongst others, The End of Empire, Endgame in Ireland and Last of the Czars series. He has awards from BAFTA (Circuit 11 Miami), an Emmy (Marek), Peabody and awards from The Royal Television Society and the Broadcasting Guild.
Executive Producer, André Singer was Editor of Disappearing World. He founded the award-winning documentary strand Fine Cut (now Storyville). He now runs Spring Films. André has been responsible for several hundred hours of factual programs and has been producer or executive producer of fourteen films with Werner Herzog. He directed Night Will Fall which was awarded the Focal Award, a Peabody Award, an Emmy, won best Documentary at the Moscow Jewish Film Festival, and the Royal Television Society Award for Historical Documentary. He is President of the Royal Anthropological Institute.
Executive Producer George Carey created Newsnight, was Editor of BBC1’s Panorama and founded Mentorn Media. He produced Question Time, and originated Channel 4’s Unreported World strand. His awards include the Prix Italia, BAFTA, Grierson, Emmy, and Peabody. He has a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Royal Television Society. In 2007, he returned to film-making himself, and he has shot and directed several documentaries for BBC Storyville.
Writer/Director Patrick Dickinson is the only European winner of a Student EMMY for Drama, along with a BAFTA US Special Jury Prize and was shortlisted for the 40th Student Academy Awards.He's a BAFTA 'Brit to Watch', and former BAFTA and Hollywood Foreign Press Association scholar. He trained at the AFI in Los Angeles where he was mentored indirecting by Primetime Emmy and Peabody winner Mick Jackson and in screenwriting by Academy Award nominee Gill Dennis. He was also the youngest BBC trainee of his generation.