Charlie is most known for the character of Demetri in the Twilight films. Other TV and film credits include Like Crazy (with Felicity Jones, Anton Yelchin, and Jennifer Lawrence), The Vampire Diaries and Nashville. His next film is The Lake, produced by Luc Besson and starring Oscar winner J.K. Simmons, coming out at the beginning of 2017.

Credits include Fish Tank (directed by Andrea Arnold), Northern Soul (with Steve Coogan) and Heartless (with Jim Sturgess).

Jack’s credits include Ricky Gervais’ Cemetery Junction (starring alongside Christian Cooke and Tom Hughes), Cockneys Vs. Zombies (with Michelle Ryan, Harry Treadaway) and The Green Green Grass (Jim Broadbent, David Jason). His next project sees him playing opposite Ed Westwick in a football comedy It’s a Lot.

Obi is currently filming London Fields opposite Jim Sturgess and Billy Bob Thornton. Selected TV credits include Injustice with James Purefoy and Charlie Creed-Miles and The Take with Tom Hardy. Obi will soon be appearing on our screens in the BBC’s forthcoming drama Quirke with Gabriel Byrne and playing the lead in the upcoming feature Tula, opposite Danny Glover.

Just a few years out of drama school, Mike played the lead in the international award-winning The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time in London’s West End. Film credits include, Private Peaceful (Jack O Connell), Gambit (Colin Firth) and the lead role in Kill Command with Vanessa Kirby. He is currently starring in the BBC’s Homefires.


Edward McGown is an award-winning director working in both fiction and documentary across film and TV. He trained in film direction as a Fulbright scholar at Columbia University, New York, where he was awarded the school’s highest directing scholarship, the FMI Award.

Edward’s recent TV documentary work includes shooting a series of films with Sir David Attenborough that have taken him from Borneo to the Great Barrier Reef (Sky and BBC). He also went to Washington to shoot on the landmark TV special, When Obama Met David Attenborough (BBC).

Edward’s short films have won a host of awards including the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures Student Award and have been selected by the British Council Short Film scheme to tour festivals worldwide.

Sam is a producer of comedy programs for the BBC. He has developed, written, script edited and produced several comedy series for BBC radio and TV, such as People Time, It’s Not What You Know and In And Out Of The Kitchen. Rules of the Game is his first feature. His dream is to write a Bond film.

Chris is a screenwriting graduate of London’s National Film and Television School, which was voted number 1 in the 2014 Hollywood Reporter top 15 international film schools. His credits include working for director Michael Hoffman as a script consultant on THE LAST STATION, nominated for two Oscars; developing material for EON Productions (SKYFALL) and Zephyr Films (HANNIBAL RISING); as well as spending a year in the writers’ room on the cult UK tv series SKINS. His first feature, the horror movie RULES OF THE GAME, went into production last year in Argentina and is released later this year. He currently has a US tv pilot in development with BCDF Pictures (BACHELORETTE, LIBERAL ARTS) and the studio eOne Entertainment and is working with the BIFA-nominated director John Williams (THE BEAT BENEATH MY FEET) on his next feature. His coming-of-age sports drama, BUTTERFLY KICK, has director JAMES NUNN (TOWER BLOCK, GREEN STREET 3) attached. He is also currently writing the boxing biopic CARRYING DAVID for Lex Filmed Entertainment. Chris is a regular speaker at the London Screenwriters’ Festival; represented by David Rubin at The Gersh Agency in LA.

Georgina set up Strike Films six years ago to start work on her first feature film after producing theatre for 5 years with her company Quirky Productions. She made the teaser film The Rules of the Game in 2008 which was selected at Cannes and was nominated for Best Short Film at Raindance. In 2009 she was commissioned by the UK Film Council to make Pork which toured numerous festivals around the world. Deutsche Bank then commissioned her to make the TV pilot Behind Bars. In 2011 she produced Tiger House, a short film starring James Purefoy (Rome) which is being developed into a feature film with Altitude this January. She has also been supported by NESTA and EM Media on the Insight Out programme for young producers. She is currently working with Spirited Pictures on a slate of projects.

Lucio Bonelli is one of the most well regarded Directors of Photography in Argentina. Most notably he shot Everybody Has a Plan starring Viggo Mortensen, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival in 2012. He has been nominated twice for the Argentine Film Critics Association Awards, and won the best cinematography award at the Catagena Film Festival and the Riverrun International Film Festival in 2009 and 2011 respectively.

David is a long time collaborator of Christopher Nolan, working with him on The Following, Memento (nominated for 2 Oscars), Insomnia and The Prestige. Other credits include Eden Lake (starring Michael Fassbender), The Descent (the most successful horror film in the UK in 2005) and Cabin in the Woods. He is currently working on Michael Bartlett’s next film, Timeless.