Chris is a BAFTA award winning writer and actor whose list of credits include The Thick of It, Help and People Like Us. In theatre he has starred in and directed numerous productions which earned him an Olivier¬†nomination¬†in 1996. Most recently Chris played the lead role of Tom Thompson in the BAFTA¬†nominated¬†feature BLACK POND.
Kieran is building a growing reputation as an actor of both power and sensitivity. He was recently nominated for Best Supporting Actor at the Manchester Theatre Awards for his role as Nick in ‚ÄėWho‚Äôs Afraid of Virginia Woolf?‚Äô. He also starred in the the short film ‚ÄėHOLD ON ME‚Äô which was selected for the LONDON BFI FILM FESTIVAL in 2011.
Margot is one of the UK‚Äôs finest theatre and TV actors and over the years has won numerous awards including most recently Best Actress at the Manchester Theatre Awards for her role as Martha in ‚ÄėWho‚Äôs Afraid of Virginia Woolf?‚Äô.
Huw is still probably most famous for his role as PC George Garfield in The Bill from 1989 to 1999 and has built an impressive CV working on such shows as Eastenders, Holby, and Lewis. More recently Huw has been involved in numerous¬†theatre productions that have received many theatre award nominations.
After winning an RTS Student Award with his graduation film, Mark began production on THE VOORMAN PROBLEM, a whimsical dark comedy starring Martin Freeman and Tom Hollander. The film is now out on the festival circuit picking up 23 Official Selections including at the Aspen ShortFest, BFI London Film Festival,¬†Rhode Island and Clermont-Ferrand Festivals. It won the Best Live Action Short at the St Louis International Film Festival and Best Screenplay at the Corona Fastnet Film Festival. It has also just been nominated for a BAFTA AWARD in the short film category.
Full Time is Mark‚Äôs second short film and stars BAFTA winner Chris Langham (THE THICK OF IT, BLACK POND). He is now developing his first feature film. Mark is represented by Simon Blakey at The Agency.
William is an emerging writer represented by the Felix de Wolfe agency.He is a graduate of Lancaster University (English Literature with Creative Writing BA) and the University of Manchester (Creative Writing MA).Since 2009, he has written scripts in partnership with honlodge productions whilst working as a professional copywriter. He co-wrote a comedy series optioned by the BBC, and is developing his first feature film alongside Mark Gill.
William’s debut novel ‘Charm Offensive’ will be published by Legend Press on 1st March 2014
Baldwin Li studied English Literature and Language at Balliol College, Oxford University before going on to work at Granada Studios, Manchester as a sound engineer and cameraman. He left Granada in 2006 and founded honlodge productions ltd. He met Mark Gill on the set of¬† a short film shoot in 2008 and soon produced their first major short flm, ‚ÄėThe Voorman Problem‚Äô.
Since then they have developed¬†numerous¬†projects including ‚ÄėFull Time‚Äô and their first feature.¬† Baldwin is a passionate creative with a particular talent for developing and nurturing¬†strong ideas.
William Basinski is a classically trained musician and composer who has been working in experimental media for over 25 years in NYC. His haunting and melancholy soundscapes explore the temporal nature of life, resounding with the reverberations of memory and the mystery of time. His epic 4-disc masterwork,¬†The Disintegration Loops, received international critical acclaim and was chosen as one of the top 50 albums of 2004 by Pitchfork Media.
Alex began making films at the age of 18, winning a Co-op Young FIlm-makers award in the process, which then led him to study and subsequently teach camera at Salford University.
Meeting Mark through a mutual friend in 2006, he has worked closely with him on a number of projects, sharing a passion for story. Alex has a passion for creative solutions to problems and for films that allow for a genuine connection.