Stephanie Winder

- Intern -

Stephanie is a BA Hons Film and Broadcast Production Graduate from Metropolitan University, London.

Stephanie joined us as a Production Assistant and PA to Caroline Sax. She wanted to utilize her many skills to learn as much about producing as possible, as well as graphic design and marketing.

Stephanie said that the time she spent with us, she learned a great deal and became more confident that she would be able to shine on her own. She has now advanced into a successful career in marketing and still works on an ad-hoc basis with The Hampshire Picture Co. She is skillful, committed and loyal.

Maciek Osinski

- Intern -


Maciek was a Southampton Solent Graduate and a very perfect example of people we want to nurture.

He has worked with us doing post production and was responsible for sourcing and putting together all the clips for the Masterclasses which made them seamless and professional. He has used his time with us to move on to employment and has landed a great job which takes him to Miami. Well done, Maciek, we’ll be following your career.

Claire Clark

- Intern -


At the end of 2016, we said goodbye to Claire Clark as she is moving into education to further her knowledge of film. 

Claire developed some really great strands of finance for us and contributed by sharing her incredible passion for film. A true Cinéaste.Thank you for all your support, Claire, and we wish you every success and hope to work with you in the future. In fact, we hope to see you become a future Mark Kermode.

Matt Livingston

- Mentee -


Matt has recently had great A-Level results at King Edward VI school and will be starting at UCL Sept 2017 to read modern languages.

In 2012, aged 13, he won Best Young Director at the Winchester Film Festival with a film called Sober which led to some paid work. In 2013, aged 14, he entered a film into the same festival called Midnight Train, and it won Best Under 18 and Under 22 and was screened before the premiere of the Hunger Games: Catching Fire in the cinema.


In 2014, aged 15, he entered Sugar into the WSFF and it picked up Best Young Director and overall Best Short Film. Sugar was also selected for the London Short Film Festival 2015 official selection and was screened at the Hackney Picture House. He was the youngest contestant present. 


Charlie Carroll

- Mentee -


Charlie has recently finished college and is now moving on to study Sound Design at Ravensbourne in London.


In 2015, Charlie won Best Budget and New Media Short at Winchester Short Film Festival. This award was for a short documentary called Sweet Watson which was about a young man who dropped out of full-time education to pursue a career as a full time carp angler. Charlie directed, produced and composed the music for this film. Charlie was also commissioned to compose the music for a feature length documentary which is currently in the post production process. 


Charlie is hoping to pursue a career as a Sound Designer working on film, TV and games. He has spent the summer doing work experience at various post production houses including Molinare in Soho and Dock 10 in Manchester.

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