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Anne-Marie O’Connor – Writer/Director

Anne-Marie began writing for theatre before writing the Irish best selling novel Everyone’s Got a Bono Story. She turned her attention to screen writing, starting out on BBC1’s Waterloo Road and going on to co-create Sky 1’s long running comedy Trollied. She is working on both returning dramas and comedies here and in the US and has just written her first feature film which she is also to direct. She is currently working with Big Talk, Warp and 20th Century Fox.

She is repped by the Artist’s Partnership here and CAA in the US.

Kate O’Donnell

Kate O’Donnell is an award-winning transgender performer. She is the Artistic Director of Trans Creative, the only Arts Council backed, the national trans theatre company. Kate creates entertaining, humorous, political performances, which celebrate theatricality and exude pride and strength in being a transgender woman. Her previous autobiographical work includes the award-winning Big Girl’s Blouse and several rapturously received cabaret performances including Hayley and Me, A Short History of My Tits and No Pride. Kate’s second large scale solo show You’ve Changed is being developed with Contact, Manchester and will tour this Autumn.

Other credits include: Boy Meets Girl (BBC), Hush (Lift Festival/The Royal Exchange) and an acclaimed turn as Feste in Twelfth Night at The Royal Exchange. Kate’s awards include: Be Proud Special Achievement Award, Brighton Fringe LGBTQ Award, LGBT Foundation Hero Award (all 2015).


Lee Boardman

Lee Boardman is a British actor who is best known for Rome, DaVinci’s Demons and Coronation Street.


Kenneth Colley

Kenneth Colley is a British actor known for appearing in The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi and Peaky Blinders.


Margot Leicester

Margot Leicester is a British actor who has appeared in Mike Barlett’s Tony Award winning King Charles III as Camilla Parker Bowles both on Broadway and on BBC2. She was nominated for an Olivier Award for her role in Broken Glass and notable TV work includes The Take and Five Day.


Ash 
Palmisciano

Ash Palmasciano is an actor and trans activist. His work includes BBC2’s Boy Meets Girl and the RSC’s 2016 production of King Lear. He is currently appearing in Summer in London at the Theatre Royal in Stratford.


Joe Pearson

Joe Pearson is a ten year old trans actor. Andrew in MUM is his first film role.

Festivals

Premier BFI Flare March

London Independent Film Festival – Winner best LGBTQ film

Global Shorts – Winner, Award of Excellence

Edinburgh – Selected and in competition

Galway Film Fleadh

Synopsis

A film with a trans character at the heart of it, telling a universal story: When Kate goes back to see her mother after a few years away, she realises that far from being ready for a day out, her mum is gravely ill. And no one thought to tell her. So she takes matters into her own hands and although she doesn’t get the day she wanted, she gets the day she needed.

After several years together William and Cecilie breaks up. To treat the sorrow with love the same night they decide to do the drug, MDMA, together. This results in an emotional roller-coaster ride for better or worse over a whole weekend, where they’re isolated in their apartment.

Cinematographer – Darrell Brett

Darrell Recieved a BA in Film Studies and BFA in Film Production from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He graduated in 2015 with a MFA in Film & Video from Calarts. Starting in his undergraduate education, Darrell has strived to refine his grasp of the cinematic language. Aft   er shooting many films, image making has grown into more than a proclivity for Darrell; it has become an intrinsic form of self-expression.

Production Desinger – Kristin Gibler

Kristin Gibler is an Art Director for film and is working toward becoming a volunteer EMT. She lives in a small back house with a giant great dane in Los Angeles. Kristin thoroughly enjoyed her work with everyone on the BOYS team — a creative process with lots of layered love; developing the world with the co-designer, director, and even the actor was a cherished part of the process. It’s always an honor to work with genuine people who set out to tell moving stories in a compelling true-to-heart manner. Kristin’s recent work includes PLEASE DON’T COME BACK FROM THE MOON and the upcoming films UNTOGETHER, and SIERRA BURGESS IS A LOSER.

Production Designer – Zander Fieschko

Zander grew up an only child on a mountain in Pittsburgh and valued imagination. He forged empires and conquered galaxies in his room and as an adult contributes this design of boyhood into Boys, which he is very proud of. He earned his double BFA in Film Production and Sociology at Emerson College in Boston. His study of Art History, Interior Design, Color Theory, and Social Science have embellished his Production Design work in Los Angeles on such productions as “To Who Knows Where,” “The Signal,” and “The BlackTape.” Zander currently resides in Los Angeles and his imagination is still his kindle.

Composer – Daniel Markovich

Daniel Markovich was born in Tel Aviv in 1989. He started his musical path playing the Saxophone and studying Jazz in Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts. During his military service at the IDF orchestra, he applied for The Buchmann-Mehta School of Music in Tel Aviv University, where he studied composition. In 2013, he moved to London to continue his composition studies in the prestigious GSMD institute. Today, Daniel spends most of his time composing to picture. A few of the films he composed were screened in major festivals around the world, such as Cannes Film Festival and Viennale Film Festival. In 2016, Daniel was commissioned to write the opening piece of the season by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, in memory of Shira Banki. Daniel’s broad background allows him to produce a unique and versatile sound that places the melody in the center of creation.

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