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Jedidah m.

Jedidah M. (She/her) is a talented and passionate multidisciplinary director who focuses on diversity, culture, and identity in her commercial and narrative work. Her upbringing in both Nigeria and London plays a significant role in her approach to filmmaking, as she explores themes such as sisterhood between Black women, the importance of pride to queer artists, and the exploration of a Nigerian identity. Jedidah's work is characterized by its melodic, personal, and intimate quality, whether she is creating an artist series for Tate or making her short film ILẸ WA.
Her work reflects the landscapes and earthy colors that she associates with Nigeria, but her thematic focus always comes back to human identity. With docu-style narratives or poetic narrations guiding the storytelling, she creates a comfortable space for viewers to engage with her work. Her style is gentle yet empowering, pinpointed but not exclusive, and feminine yet powerful. Jedidah's ultimate goal is to create a space where people feel seen and understood, with an appreciation for the nuances of the experiences portrayed in her stories. She aspires to help people reconnect with their roots through her work, leaving viewers feeling inspired and touched.
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Beca Human

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Becca Human (they/them) is a director and artist who creates short films exploring the complexities of human experience and emotions. Their creative journey began with painting and crafting as a child and evolved into self-taught animation at age 16. Becca's passion for storytelling led to their final undergrad project in Illustration becoming a documentary film about their grandfather. In their work, Becca aims to explore how people become who they are by forming respectful connections with interviewees, talents, crew members, and clients. Their approach has helped them direct charity commercials about mental health and wellbeing for Impetus, Good Samaritans, and Leonard Cheshire.
Becca draws inspiration from magic realism to create work that is weird, unsettling, yet heart-touching infused with dark humor, showcasing the complexities of dark and light in every situation. They hope to encourage more people to tell unique stories without being defined by their labels. Becca believes in the benefits of diversity in the industry, not only in physical attributes but also in distinct perspectives and experiences.
Duncan Lewis

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Duncan Lewis (He/him) is a London-born commercial director who is passionate about showcasing uplifting stories of diverse communities and cultures. He attributes his love for a gritty aesthetic to his upbringing around London's rave culture, while his personal struggles as a young adult inspire him to tell grounded stories. Duncan treasures authenticity and rawness in his work, and aims to trigger emotions that allow viewers to empathize and engage with the story being told. He also invests his directorial platform to tell stories of historically erased or exploited communities to create conversations and open up perspectives.
In the film industry, Duncan values building trust with both clients and crew members, prioritizing teamwork and collaboration. He wants to make great films with great people and contribute to the growth of the creative industry. With his heartfelt, nostalgic yet fresh and original work, Duncan believes that the sky is the limit.
Jasmine De Silva

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Jasmine De Silva (She/her) is a creative artist who has made her mark in both fashion photography and directing. Her work is distinguished by her use of show-stopping visuals that are colourful and boldly retro-futuristic. Her signature crystal-covered characters, which she showcased in "Crystal Queens," reflect her background in fashion photography. Her source of visual inspiration comes from her childhood, where she was creatively interested in films that built alternative and fantastical worlds, such as Edward Scissorhands.
Jasmine's work is a perfect blend of fantastical imagery through her use of poppy, saturated colour palettes and kitschy set designs mixed with twists of satirical undertones and dark humour. Her nuanced directorial style attracts artists and brands with an 'extra message' in their ethos. She loves exploring themes such as beauty standards, body image, sustainability, and mental health. Jasmine hopes that the playful elements in her work create an inviting world that makes uncomfortable topics more digestible, sparking healthy conversation about larger topics in society.

k + k

Anna Dobos and Susannah Kala Limbu - known as K+K - are a directing duo emerging from the highly regarded Somewhere Films collective, with focus on documentary, fashion and branded content.

Often adding the roles of producer, DoP and editor to their directorial work, they approach each project with a collaborative mind, where every team member can have a voice in the creative process. With an ‘outsider’ approach, the duo brings their unique experiences in photography, fashion and fine arts to every project they create.

Their work reflects highly conceptual and elevated visuals infused with socially and culturally conscious narratives, characterised by heightened imagery and poetic feelings. Anna and Susannah hope to encourage diversity in the film industry and to continue creating work that  is both powerful and real.
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juliane TAUDT

Juliane Taudt (she/her) is a Munich-based director who’s commercial work is defined by sensitivity and empathy, blended with visuals of beauty and precision.Though she considers Munich her home, she spent her formative years in a small village in East Germany - having grown up in a small town where she was forced to develop her creativity, and only in Munich she was able to execute her creative vision into directorial products.   With a background in journalism and writing, Juliane's work is characterized by simple, observational visuals with docu-style influences, creating a candid yet touching atmosphere with any brief that she tackles. Her stories are relatable and based on everyday life, with a focus on evoking emotional responses.
Her love for working with people authentically is not only reflected on screen, but behind the scenes as well. On set, Juliane is known for her empathy and care towards the people she works with, making sure that everyone can feel emotionally invested in the story being told. Her flexibility in adapting her work to suit everyone on set makes her a joy to work with.
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Garra is a dynamic director duo based in Barcelona, who consistently deliver stunning visuals across all kinds of commercial briefs - from cinematic car commercials to heart-touching jewelry films, and surreal, hyper-techno clothing adverts. The duo, made up of director/photographer Iris Valles (she/her) and creative director (she/her) Alex Olten, draw inspiration from the lives they have built together over the past five years. Although they are proud of their identities as female creatives, they refuse to be limited by this label, reflected in their gender-neutral name, Garra, meaning claw.
Their work is heavily influenced by their observations of everyday life in different cultures, from Barcelona to Paris to Mexico City. With their global perspective and pinpoint understanding of cultural contexts, they approach each project with careful consideration of visual elements and story arcs that reflect societal problems. The end result is a unique and impactful film that feels hyperreal and stunning. Garra's ability to make any concept their own makes them a force to be reckoned with in the industry.
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Films are made of stories, and stories are made of people. Our directors tell stories which are original, brave and creative for cultures and audiences internationally. To make the commercial production industry a more inclusive space, our current Director's Roster is curated with 80% underrepresented talent because we believe in true diversity.