Cast & Crew
Pip is an up and coming comedy filmmaker. Her first short, GREAT EXPECTATIONS won Edinburgh TV Festival’s New Voices Award for ‘Best Pilot’, and also screened at Tribeca, Underwire, Cambridge and Norwich Film Festivals. Her second short as writer and directorial debut, is the comedy-horror, DAY OF THE 20,000 GAMMON, currently in post production.
Georgina has produced numerous multi-award winning short films, working in collaboration with emerging and established talent. Recent credits include: FROM A STRANGE LAND, directed by Caroline Steinbeis, WHAT HAPPENED TO EVIE, directed by BAFTA winner Kate Cheeseman & Exec Produced by Prof. Stefan Allesch-Taylor CBE, NOTHING IMPORTANT, directed by Tara FitzGerald.
May's extensive feature film credits include: DAEMON MIND, directed by Jason Fite, THE GROUP, directed by Will Higo & WAR OF THE WORLDS: THE ATTACK, directed by Junaid Syed. For TV: LANDSCAPERS & THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING OSCAR.
Director of Photography for productions screening on Amazon Prime and BBC iPlayer, which have garnered nominations and awards for Best Cinematography. Prior to what is an active career in independent narrative fiction film, Tania photographed documentaries for international broadcasters.
Cinematography is at the heart of a journey which began on commercials, music videos and HETV drama; COLD FEET, INSPECTOR LINLEY and THE LOST PRINCE, culminating in Tania's first feature shot on 16mm film. Recent work includes: CYN starring Eloise Smyth and Bill Milner and A BIRTHDAY PARTY starring Yusra Warsama and Nahel Tzegai.
Tania is a member of the GBCT, Illuminatrix - Rising & BAFTA.
Laura Parkes is a London based Costume Designer & Stylist working in film, TV, commercials, music promos, stills and editorials. She has also worked as a Creative Director for brands such as Tilly Syeaas, Ridley London and Henry Arlington.
Laura has a strong background in fashion, photography and journalism and trained at the prestigious London College of Fashion. Features include Decrypted directed by Tom Sands and starring Amanda Abbington & Sophia Myles, which Laura designed last year.
Market Deeping Model Railway Club
Peter and the MDMRC generously offered the loan of Cannons Cross, as the layout where Miranda discovers her incredible power.
Bill Sowerby of MDMRC will lead a team of club members in transporting and setting up Cannons Cross for the shoot and be on hand for operations. Bill is the current exhibition manager and former vice-chair of MDMRC. He is building the baseboard and Miranda’s row of houses.
Dave Ashwood (Dash) is building houses and the church. Dash is currently commissioned to write four books for Pen and Sword on Railway Modelling.
Alan Hancock is building the windmill. His attention to details is so precise, to the extent that he’s got Dash to copy the existing windmill’s windows and print them on his 3D printer, so he could use them on the model. Alan also had his own layouts and articles published in the International Railway Modeller magazine.
Mick Quinn is a wizard at electrics! He’is sorting out all the electrics for the street lighting, including working wall mounted street lights. Mick has published articles in BRM and CD’s.
Rhoda has appeared in INFORMER (BBC), DARK HEART (ITV) and TEMPLE (Sky). She joined the critically acclaimed show TOP BOY in 2019, and returned in the second season for Netflix. You’ll also be able to see her in the new season 3 of SEX EDUCATION (Netflix). You can catch up with her now in Uberto Pasolina’s new film, NOWHERE SPECIAL (2020) starring James Norton.
Steen is an Australian comedian, actor & improviser. Currently, he can been seen as Pete Lewis in Netflix’s ‘Feel Good’, Dr. Evan in Netflix's ‘The Duchess’, created by Katherine Ryan, and as the lead character John Mahogany in BBC’s ‘Top Coppers’.
Steen was also a star of ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia’, and is one half of the award-winning improvisation duo The Bear Pack. Perhaps best known for his live character sketch shows, Steen won the Directors Choice award at the 2018 Sydney Comedy Festival for ‘Stay'.
Joe Tyler Todd
Joe recently made his screen debut in PENNYWORTH 2 (Warner TV) and just before lock-down appeared as Albrecht Richter in the first UK revival of PEACE IN OUR TIME by Noel Coward at the Union Theatre, Southwark.
In June 2019 he graduated with a degree in English from Cambridge University. During his time there he was fortunate enough to appear in over twenty shows.
Some of his highlights include playing 'Richard Nixon' in FROST/NIXON and 'George' in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF and he also played 'Leonato' in a European tour of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, previewing at the Cockpit Theatre in London.
Since then Joe has played 'George Balfour' on No 1 tour in Laura Wade's POSH and shot a drama doc about Lord Nelson.
Joe is also a keen writer and playwright.
Clive Anderson is a television and radio presenter, comedy writer, and former barrister. Winner of a British Comedy Award in 1991, Clive began experimenting with comedy and writing comedic scripts during his 15-year legal career, before starring in Whose Line Is It Anyway? on BBC Radio 4, then later Channel 4. He has also hosted many radio programmes, and made guest appearances on Have I Got News for You, Mock the Week and QI.
Farzana Dua Elahe
Farzana Dua Elahe is an English actress and music DJ. She is best known for her role of Parveen Abbasi in the BBC soap opera EastEnders. Her television credits include Doctors, The Bill, The Omid Djalili Show, Holby City, Lewis, Silent Witness and Broadchurch.
George Ukachukwu is a Greek, British, Nigerian actor from Greece. He graduated from East 15 Acting School in 2021 with a BA in Acting. George wrote his debut play “Kindred Spirits” which was performed as part of the International Festival of new work at East 15 Acting School in 2020.
Prior to his training he worked on a variety of different texts ranging from Ancient Greek theatre to Brecht’s “Three Penny Opera”.
Chloe is a highly skilled editor based in the UK, for Film & TV.
Her work has been broadcast on BBC, Channel 4, Sky Arts and Amazon, and many of her short films have been nominated or won awards at festivals such as RTS, Aesthetica, Raindance, TBSFF. She received a masters (Distinction) in editing from NFTS in 2019.