Liz Unna

Liz’s poignant documentaries and stirring dramatic work shine a light on the true nature of her subjects while mesmerising audiences with honesty and visual beauty. She is a multi-award winning director of commercials and film series. Two of Liz’s films, Bringing The World to Britain and The Art of Satire, won British Arrow Awards. Her… Continue reading Liz Unna

Colin Tilley

Colin Tilley has helmed promos for some of this generation’s leading musical artists. Grammy nominated Tilley started directing aged 19 and quickly went on to establish himself as a voice to be heard in the industry. His enduring and collaborative relationships have helped elevate his success along the way, directing numerous works for the biggest… Continue reading Colin Tilley

Guy Ritchie

Guy is a British film director, screenwriter and producer known for such iconic films as Snatch and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, as well as helming the modern Sherlock Holmes franchise, King Arthur, Aladdin, The Gentlemen and other wildly successful box office hits. He brings the same flair for unforgettable characters, wry humour and… Continue reading Guy Ritchie

Jamie Rafn

Jamie Rafn read law and qualified as a barrister before turning his attention to his lifelong obsession – film.  Rafn’s directorial debut Soho Square was released by The Sundance Channel and was followed by a series of short films including “She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not” which was featured in the Saatchi & Saatchi New Directors’… Continue reading Jamie Rafn

Thierry Poiraud

Thierry’s career as a director started as a fraternal venture alongside his brother, under the name ‘Les Freres Poiraud’. They soon moved into the world of advertising and directed BETC’s first commercial success ‘Statue of Liberty‘ for Hollywood Chewing Gum.   After their first feature film ‘Atomik Circus’, Thierry went solo and started directing alone,… Continue reading Thierry Poiraud

Mark Osborne

Mark Osborne is a two-time Academy Award-nominated filmmaker, a Guggenheim Fellow, and a recipient of the Chevalier of l’Order des Arts et Letters. He most recently directed the animated film adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s beloved classic, “The Little Prince.” Mixing stop-motion animation and CGI, the film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival and garnered… Continue reading Mark Osborne

Brett Morgen

Dubbed the “mad scientist” of documentary film by the New York Times, Brett Morgen is one of the world’s most revered documentary filmmakers. His films include Cobain: Montage of Heck, The Kid Stays in the Picture, Crossfire Hurricane and On the Ropes, which was nominated for an Academy Award. Jane is his most recent work,… Continue reading Brett Morgen

Benito Montorio

Benito shot his first BBC documentary, Hooligans, by going undercover with some of the world’s most dangerous football fans. He was subsequently commissioned by the BBC to make a series of current affairs films that went on to win multiple awards. When Benito turned his hand to commercials, he partnered with BBH London and Robinsons… Continue reading Benito Montorio

Samir Mallal

Samir’s filmmaking has been widely recognized for its distinctive cinematography, visual immersion, nuanced humanity and emotional truth. In addition to a wide array of international commercials, he is highly regarded in the world of documentary film and virtual reality.   Awards include a Cannes Gold Lion, a Gold Clio, a Webby, and a D&AD among… Continue reading Samir Mallal

Bouha Kazmi

Bouha Kazmi is an award-winning London-based director. He has been nominated at the prestigious Shots Awards for Best New Director, and received two consecutive nominations for the Young Director Award at the Cannes Lions. His work has won Best Music Video at the LA Shorts Fest and Miami Short Film Festival. A combined passion for… Continue reading Bouha Kazmi