ABOUT THE FILMMAKERS
FREDDY SYBORN has co-written three series of BBC 3's hit sitcom Bad Education and is the writer and creator of ITV 2's Cockroaches. He has also co-written a Sky Little Cracker and contributed sketches to Psychobitches. His book, A Good Bullet, was one of The Independent's Books of the Year 2013. And The Scotsman called him "a truly gifted young theatre-maker."
FLORENCE KEITH-ROACH is an actor, writer and director who has been named one of Media Eye's Rising Stars To Watch of 2015, and a Hot Newcomer by Evening Standard. She has appeared in Stephen Frears' Philomena, and is the lead in new feature film, Here Lies, opposite BAFTA nominee Christian McKay.
Her debut play, Love To Love To Love You, which she wrote, directed and acted in opened in Covent Garden last summer and transferred to the Edinburgh Fringe, where it sold out, received 4*s and was named Another Magazine's top ten things to do in the summer. It recently transferred to the Vault Festival in Waterloo this February, where it sold out again and was reviewed as - 'infectious... Florence is certainly one to watch, as is this show,' - Litro Magazine.
They are pretty sure they're the inspiration for Tesco's Florence & Fred range, though they haven't seen a fucking dime
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
SARAH CUNNINGHAM lenses drama, documentaries and commercials, as well as experimental and fine-art films. She’s collaborated with artists from the directors Ken Loach and Guy Maddin to the comedian Jack Whitehall, while the BSC has screened her work in their emerging cinematographers’ showcase. Sarah is a passionate about film, has an intuitive approach to visual storytelling and develops close working relationships with directors to form a distinct visual style.