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Sailcloth Press Kit

Karl Oskarsson
Cinematographer

Karl graduated from London International Film School and then worked freelance in Iceland shooting feature films and commercials. Three years later he set up Frost Films in Reykjavik. In 1991 he won the Best Photography Award at the Nordic Commercial Film Festival and then went on to carve out a reputation in the Scandinavian market, shooting top end commercials and music videos.

Karl has filmed a number of features in his native Iceland since graduating from the London International Film School. His most recent feature, 3 Seasons in Hell, directed by Tomas Masin featured heavily on the festival circuit, aided by Karl winning the Czech Lion Awards 2010 for best Cinematographer.

Alan Munden
Production Designer

Alan Munden is a film and theatre designer and producer based in Cornwall. Working from his barge on the Penryn river he has been the production designer on numerous short films as well as the feature film Dressing Granite, directed by Bill Scott.

As a freelance art director he has set up production facilities for clients including Pulse films and the Science museum. His theatre work includes designing and building over twenty shows for the Miracle Theatre opera and drama and the English Touring Opera.

Alan has been lead designer at the Eden Project and has furniture by him in public spaces all over Cornwall. When interesting work wears thin Alan has been known to build a kitchen or two.

Richard Cottle
Music Composer

Born in Swansea, South Wales, Richard comes from a musical family and started his career at the tender age of four, performing in variety shows with his family.

After moving to London in 1978 it wasn’t long until Richard was in high demand as a session keyboard player and stage musician. His recording credits include work with Eric Clapton, Seal, Rod Stewart, Manic Street Preachers, Sade, Paul Young and Tina Turner – only to name a few. Richard spent a year on David Bowie’s Spider Glass World Tour before joining Mick Jagger’s band for their live tour in America and Japan.

Alongside his playing career Richard works as a music composer for radio and television. Having collaborated musically with Elfar before, Richard was delighted when asked to write the score for Sailcloth. The music was recorded in Pinewood studios with players from The London Telefilmonic Orchestra – an outfit that Richard has developed a great relationship with, having worked with them on many recording sessions in the past.

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