Alessandro Farrattini Pojani
Writer & Director
Italian-born, London based, filmmaker Alessandro Farrattini Pojani was born in Rome and has been telling stories since he was a teenager. He wrote a novel at the young age of 18. He graduated with a BA in Cinema Studies from the University of Rome. After graduation he formed the production group Goodbye Venezuela! He has directed three short films with the group, the most recent film being Tell, starring Italian actors Antonio Petrocelli and Federica Sarno.
Alex Chaney first fell in love with film at the sight of Frodo Baggins at the age of eleven. With a First Class Degree in Film and Television Studies she came to London to finally pursue it at the age of 24. She got a job at a film school, and learnt more from the students there than she ever could teach. Now a full-time freelance writer and producer, she works on hobbit-sized projects with hobbit-sized hearts and tries to make her masters proud.
Marta Ferreira, born and raised in Lisbon, Portugal. Came to England in 2014 to study a MA in Film and Television Production. While studying Marta worked for BrandAnonymous (a Creative Agency based in Cambridge) as a camera operator and editor and is currently working for London Film Academy in the Technical Department. With a background in Factual, Marta is now aspiring to become a Director of Photography in Fiction.
Francesco Vaira was born in Bologna, Italy, in the 1995.
In the 2014 he moved to London where he completed a 1 year Filmmaking Diploma at The London Film Academy, winning the “Student of the Year” award
He has directed one short film (2 min) in December and he has produced a few short films, including“Look at Me” with Lucy Watson from “Made in Chelsea”, directed by Avril Furness and “Charlie”, a horror film directed by Clementina Lugo.
Caymanian Brittany Kelly has been working in creative media management since 2011. After graduating from University of Colorado, Boulder with a BA in Psychology and Neuroscience, she went on to complete a post graduate diploma in Filmmaking at London Film Academy. She directed the short drama “Too Close” with producing three other short films. Brittany currently works from her homeland of The Cayman Islands.