ADAM MORANE-GRIFFITHS

Adam has produced film, TV and theatre. After  began his film career as a script-reader for Intermedia Films, and then spent several years in production and development at Working Title and DNA Films – where he worked with Eric Fellner, Lindsay Doran, Duncan Kenworthy and Emma Thompson; and on the productions of WIMBLEDON, NANNY MCPHEE, and the Oscar-winning IRIS.

Adam produced the feature film BLACKWOOD which played in the London Film Festival, released in UK cinemas in late 2014. Adam’s theatre producing credits include the sell-out West End shows THE LEISURE SOCIETY (with Agyness Deyn in her stage debut) and I FOUND MY HORN, both in Trafalgar Studios.

In 2016, Adam wrote and produced the TV comedy drama BEHOLD THE MONKEY for Sky Arts, which broadcast  to wide critical acclaim and was nominated for Best Scripted Programme at the Broadcast Awards ; he EPd the factual THE FRESCO FIASCO  for Sky and produced the ITV flagship crime docudrama THE INVESTIGATOR for Syco & ITV.

Adam wrapped the feature film IN DARKNESS in late 2016, which he produced with Ben Pugh and Josh Varney at 42, starring Natalie Dormer, Ed Skrein, Emily Ratajkowski, Neil Maskell, James Cosmo and Joely Richardson - written & directed by Anthony Byrne.

ADAM WIMPENNY

Adam is an award winning film and TV director. Over the past 15 years he has directed over £25 million worth of content, stretching over hundreds of hours of television for all the major broadcasters. 16 of the pilots Adam directed have been commissioned to series.

Adam has directed drama (BLACKWOOD), entertainment (STAND UP TO CANCER), comedy (STRUTTER; LEE NELSON'S WELL GOOD SHOW), factual (THE REAL HUSTLE), and documentary (LIVE 8). He has worked internationally as a director and show consultant in both America and Australia. More recently, Adam directed the BAFTA-winning series THE REVOLUTION WILL BE TELEVISED and the RTS-winning DERREN BROWN shows.

Adam was profiled by Screen International as one of the ‘Stars of Tomorrow 2011’. He directed his debut feature film BLACKWOOD in 2013. Prior to that, he directed the short film ROAR starring Russell Tovey and Jodie Whittaker, which won major awards at Aspen and Rhode Island film festivals; he also directed the short film FIRST TIME which was released by Lionsgate in 30 UK cinemas in front of BAD LIEUTENANT.

He recently directed the TV comedy drama BEHOLD THE MONKEY for Sky, he EP'd THE FRESCO FIASCO and he directed the ITV flagship factual crime docudrama THE INVESTIGATOR for Syco and ITV.

JOE HILL

Joe Hill is a writer, artist, actor and producer. He is prolific creative, generating highly original concepts across multiple platforms around the globe.

Joe is currently the world’s leading 3D street artist. In 2011, he broke the Guinness World Record for the largest piece of street art: according to Google, the painting was the most shared image on the internet in November 2011. In 2012 he created the centrepiece for the Google Party at the World Economic Forum in Davos, and was one of two people representing ‘UK creativity’ at the British Pavilion at the China World Expo, Shanghai alongside Thomas Heatherwick, the designer of the 2012 Olympic Torch. 

Joe is also a stage actor and a theatre producer: his credits include ‘THE LEISURE SOCIETY’ and ‘I FOUND MY HORN’. Joe is an award-winning screenwriter, TV writer and conceptualist. He has written numerous films including ROAR, BLACKWOOD and HAIGHT and he’s developing scripted  projects for Wildcard. Joe was also table writer on the BBC’s long-running hit sitcom MY FAMILY.  

Most recently he wrote and produced BEHOLD THE MONKEY for Sky Arts, which aired late February 2016 to wide critical acclaim.


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