owen gower

writer / director

Owen made his directing debut in 2014 with the feature documentary ‘Still the Enemy Within’ about the 1984/85 Miners Strike. Critically acclaimed, with the Guardian calling it ‘as gripping as a thriller’ – the film went on to win a prestigious Sheffield International Documentary Award and Focal Award, be Grierson nominated, screened at BAFTA, and inducted by the BFI as a film of historic importance. Since then, Owen has directed a number of primetime television series, with numerous broadcasters including BBC ONE, CHANNEL 4 and NETFLIX.

sinead kirwan


Sinead is in-house producer at leading Scottish production company Freak Films.  She has produced multiple award-winning films and is currently working with BAFTA, RTS and BROADCAST nominated director Chloe Fairweather on new feature-film DYING TO DIVORCE due for release later this year. Previous credits include STILL THE ENEMY WITHIN and I DON’T WANT TO CALL IT HOME which was selected for Edinburgh International Film Festival, Dinard International Film Festival, Cucalorus Festival USA, Flying Broom Film Festival Ankara, Cinema Nova Film Festival Lisbon.


mark lacey


Along with producing ‘Still the Enemy Within’, Mark has a wealth of experience in producing, assistant directing and production management. He has worked on numerous award-winning commercials, independent features and large scale productions.  These include Wes Anderson’s ‘Isle of Dogs’ and Tim Burton’s ‘Frankenweenie’ both of which have been nominated at the Oscars and Golden Globes, as well as successful TV series, ‘Outlander’ which has won a number of Broadcast and Satellite awards. His first feature as producer ‘Silent Night’ is scheduled for release Christmas 2020.


roisin kelly


Roisin is a leading Scottish production manager and producer and has worked for huge number of clients in Scotland including Freak Films, Cagoule, Green Room Films, The & Partnership and Tanami, producing a wide range of commercials, corporates, AV’s and documentaries.


tibo travers

executive producer

Tibo is a film producer working across Britain and France in fiction and advertising. He is the founder of Sweet Doh! a production company behind a slate of short films that have screened and been awarded at festivals including Palm Springs, Galway Fleadh, Raindance, Sundance London and Encounters.

His shorts have been funded by Creative England, BFI Network, and have featured on Vimeo Staff Picks and Vice. They have sold to Canal+, ARTE and Shorts International for worldwide distribution.

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