Malcolm Campbell is an established screenwriter with several credits across television and film, having worked on some of the UK's most popular dramas, including hit Channel 4 shows 'Shameless' and 'Skins', and ITV's 'The Bill' . Malcolm also co-created interactive teen drama 'L8R', which won the Educational Television BAFTA in 2008.
Kevin Lehane is a Brit List featured writer whose debut film 'Grabbers' premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Kevin has film and TV projects in development with Forward Films, Clerkenwell Films and Salt/Red Bull Media in the UK and is represented by CAA and Circle of Confusion.
After a glittering career as a theatre playwright where he received 4 Tony Award nominations and 2 Laurence Olivier Awards, McDonagh broke through to film in 2006 with the Academy Award-winning short 'Six Shooter'. His first feature, 2008's 'In Bruges' starring Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson won him both an IFTA and BAFTA which he followed up with this years 'Seven Psychopaths', starring Christopher Walken. His brother is fellow Irish director John Michael.
Kieron J Walsh has directed films for the BBC, Working Title, Channel 4, Granada and RTÉ including the hit series, 'The Young Person's Guide to Becoming a Rockstar' which won the RTS award for Best Series. In 2001 he directed his first feature 'When Brendan Met Trudy' which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. He also directed a film for the acclaimed 'Beckett on Film' series. In 2003, he directed 'Watermelon' for Granada. In 2005, he set up Bl!nder, a film, television and commercials company with Richie Smith and Michael Duffy. Kieron most recently directed 'Vexed' for BBC Television.