Lucy is an actor, published writer, poet, filmmaker and playwright.
Her acting debut, first professional acting job immediately after graduation, the female lead in Britain’s first feature film to explore the history and issues of the British-Chinese community – PING PONG (1987)
Other film acting credits include:
Motherhood (short film) Mother, by Alisdair MacKay, dir Alisdair MacKay 2016
Simna Aunt, by Tony Sebastian Upko, dir. Tony Sebastian Upko 2016
Total Loss (short film) Maureen, Purple Gecko Productions, dir. Simon Hatton 2015
Abandoned Adopted Here, dir, writer & producer Lucy Sheen 2015
Something Good: The Mercury Factor (2015) Luca Barbareschi
Secrets & Lies (1996) Mike Leigh
Aimée (1991) Pedr James
Business as Usual (1988) Lezi-Ann Barrett
Born in 1995, Azores, Portugal, Antonio has been producing and directing short films since the early age of 8, when he fell in love with storytelling. Growing up in Portugal, where the world of filmmaking was difficult to come by, really accentuated his desire in wanting to experience first-hand what it was like. In 2012, he attended a 3-week summer workshop in Los Angeles at the New York Film Academy and in 2013 he wrote and directed his first feature film “The Vacation House”, which was screened to a sell out premiere crowd and was later distributed to a National TV Channel. With over 20 shorts films made, Antonio continues to keep wanting to make more, being currently developing a few feature length scripts that he intends to make soon. Recently, after producing and directing multiple projects, a few of which have been selected for a few film festivals, including the BFI Future Film Festival, Top Shorts and KODAK Film Festival, he received a scholarship to study a Masters in the London Film School, where he has directed a few award winning shorts films. He’s currently in pre-production of his graduation feature film, a musical set in the 80’s in a small village in Portugal.
Spencer Hawken is multi-award nominated writer/producer/director who’s movies include Death Walks and No Reasons, two horror movies that sit at opposite ends of the genre’s spectrum. Hawken worked as a movie reviewer for a decade, until a film course at Raindance aimed to make him a better reviewer, resulted in him becoming a filmmaker.