Credits: There Were Two Brothers, Spain, Up, Up to Speed, Fluid Networks, How to Sing It, If These Walls Could Talk, Remember December, Low Pay? Don't Pay!,
After graduating from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 1998, Rosalind Sydney has worked extensively as a theatre performer and deviser, and most recently as a theatre director and maker.
Credits: River City, The Break, Wasted Time, The Slab Boys, Blind Corner, Water of Life, The Corkscrew Road, Changes, In Her Shoes, The Cause of Thunder, The Pitiless Storm, The Ushers,
David is currently a regular Director on BBC’s RIVER CITY. He also co-founded a company called Shooters Films who work with vulnerable groups of people including young people in care, prisoners and school children, teaching them filmmaking skills and giving them a platform to express themselves.
Credits: River City, Slingshot, Hula, Crofting's New Voices, The Getaway, Saltmark, Dear Dad,
Robin Haig is a director from the Scottish Highlands. Her recent short film Hula, starring Blyth Duff, won several awards including the BAFTA Scotland New Talent Award for Drama, the Glasgow Short Film Festival Scottish Audience Award and the Celtic Media Festival Torc Award for Short Drama. 2018 sees Robin direct new short Slingshot, a Scottish Film Talent Network commission, and two episodes of Scottish soap River City through the BBC New Directors’ Scheme. She has been selected to develop her feature Beyond the Silent Glen at Young Films Foundation. Also in development is a TV drama serial based on her award winning short Hula.
Graham is a writer/director/editor based in Glasgow. In 2011, he won a BAFTA New Talent Writing Award and has since been nominated again (2014). He has directed and co-written two feature films, the second of which was nominated for the Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature Film at Edinburgh Film Festival. He currently works full time as an offline editor.
Credits: Marty Goes to Hollywood, A Love Divided,
Ian is a filmmaker and writer, most well known for his BAFTA-award-winning documentary, Marty Goes to Hollywood.