Eryk Lenartowicz is a current masters student at the Australian Film Television and Radio School specializing in writing/directing. He graduated from the Gdynia Film School (Poland) in 2014, specialising in directing.
His short films “Fast Food” and “Sunday” have screened at several international film festivals [Caminhos International Film Festival (Portugal), Gdynia Film Festival (Poland), Phoenix Film Festival (Australia), DocSunback Film Festival (USA), TrueDoc Documentary Festival (Ukraine)]. He has also recently produced Hunter Page-Lochard’s (“Cleverman”, “Spear”) debut short film “Djali”. Growing up on stage, having actor parents, Eryk has had a strong passion for storytelling ever since he was a child. He is an avid fan of the tragicomedy, believing that the best way to portray the tragedies of life is through humour.
Rebecca Janek is an Independent Producer and former Development Executive at South Sydney Media. She has developed and produced content for ABC, SBS, Beyond, Channel 7, Crackle and South Sydney Football Club. Rebecca specialises in short-form drama and documentary and has recently returned Sydney after filming a feature documentary in rural Tennessee.
Joshua Webber is a Sydney-based screen editor, specialising in documentary films and current affairs. Having worked in the Australian television industry for fifteen years and cut everything from sport, to drama, to news, he is currently completing his MA (Screen Arts) at AFTRS – honing his craft and making the transition into film.
Thom Muir and Yvette Underwood work almost exclusively as a creative partnership in all aspects of film, art, and life.
Thom Muir is a production designer, director and artist based in Sydney. Coming from a street art and animation background, Thom brings a wealth of design flair and experience to both the commercial and narrative projects he works on. He is currently a student at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School.
Yvette Underwood is a designer, artist, printmaker and filmmaker, currently specialising in film for her third year at the National Art School. Coming from a fashion background, she achieved a full scholarship to Parsons Design School in NYC before moving into film media.
Ramy Daniel is an Iraqi, Sydney based multi-award winning freelance cinematographer who has worked in the wedding and film industry since the age of 16. His films have been screened at the Antenna Film Festival, Tribal Film Festival, Sydney Film School Festival and others. Ramy is currently studying at The Australian Film, Television and Radio School (Sydney) as a Master of Screen Arts student specialising in cinematography.