• Aleksandra Bilic

    Aleksandra Bilic is a creative producer with an MA in Dramaturgy and Script Writing from Goldsmiths, UoL. She has been working with Roast Beef Productions, one of the leading independent film companies in the United Kingdom, for four years, on films such as 'Smash and Grab- The Story of the Pink Panthers’ and ‘Pussy Riot- A Punk Prayer'. She is an alumni of the Berlinale Talents program, taking part as a producer in Sarajevo 2015. She has produced short films and videos for the BFI, We the Economy, Dazed magazine, Channel 4 Random Acts, and for artists including Kate Tempest. Her recent work examines the issues of displacement and she champions work that challenges and asks tricky questions. She has been selected for the Sheffield Doc Fest Future Producers School 2016.

  • Haf Gibson

    Haf Gibson is a creative producer at Lemonade Money where she develops concepts for long form, online and branded content. In her teens and early twenties she worked as a glamour model. She studied Documentary Film Making at Goldsmiths where she made a documentary about Feminist Pornography as her final project, interviewing leaders in the industry such as Erika Lust and Annie Sprinkle. She is passionate about diversifying the portrayal of women in the media by giving a voice to characters that are frequently misrepresented or silenced.

  • Megan Eagles

    Megan Eagles is a filmmaker and a 35mm erotic photographer. Her work has been published in Wonderland, Supplement, Bricks, Maxim and Dazed and Confused among others. She never photoshops the models she shoots and she loves tan lines and body hair. Her intention is to present female sexuality, intimately from a female gaze. She aims to show her subjects as strong and with sexual agency - something that is powerful and bad-ass. You can see examples of her work here. She currently works as Head of Visual Research at Partizan, one of the top advertising production companies in the UK.

  • Olivia Emes

    Olivia Emes is a Director and Camera Woman and has been shooting and directing for the past 10 years, working with clients such as MTV, Vice and Apple Music. With a passion for documentary and story telling, Olivia seeks to use the camera as a voice and give women the opportunity to tell their stories that may have otherwise gone unheard. Olivia is also a documentary facilitator and has worked with young women from estates in London to the favelas of Brazil using film making as a form of expression. Currently developing a project titled 'Indigenous Girls', Olivia aims to give a voice to communities of women around the world, and provide them with the tools of film making that gives them the freedom to speak their truth.