Sophie Kennedy Clark is a Scottish Actress and Producer represent by United Agents and Gersh. She studied film at the New York Film Academy before landing her first acting role in the award-winning BBC drama Single Father with David Tennent. Sophie then went on to work with Tim Burton (Dark Shadows), Lars Von Trier (Nymphomaniac Vol.1 and Vol.2), Jake Chapman (The Marriage of Reason and Squalor) and Stephan Frears (Philomena) for which she won the BAFTA for Best Actress. Sophie’s love for independent film has seen her work with director Jamie Jones on his debut feature Obey where Sophie was nominated for best actress at the Tribeca Film Festival and also the National Film Awards where she won Best Actress.
Recently Sophie has turned her time and attention to behind the camera with writing and producing.
This includes producing and developing award-winning short film Gutterpunks – written and directed by Luke Arnold starring and music by KT Tunstall, and award-winning feature film Sorority written and directed by James Webber.
Dimitris Argyriou specialises in directing narrative films, documentaries, music videos besides working as an editor and film festival agent.
Founder and manager of NewBorn Short Film Agency in Berlin, providing Festival & Distribution Strategy for short and feature films. He graduated from Audio & Visual Arts department of Ionian University (Master of Arts) and studied Media & Communication at Universität der Kunste – Berlin (UDK – Berlin).
He participated as director at Berlinale Talents, Sarajevo Talents, Talent Development Campus of Cork Film Festival between other residencies and film programs. His films have won more than 100 awards & screened in more than 1000 international film festivals & exhibitions.
Dimitris is also head of short film programming of the Greek Film Festival in Berlin and served as Festival Director at the same festival on 2018.
Dean Marriott is an Irish and British writer/director based in Berlin, Germany. He originally trained as an actor at East 15 Acting School in London and more recently completed an MA in Directing at MetFilm School in Berlin. His graduation short film, Stolen, was a finalist in the Impact category for the Smart Screen Creative Awards 2019. His first short film after graduation, Next of Kin, won Best Short Screenplay at the Waterford Film Festival in November 2019 and premiered at the Raindance Film Festival in 2020. Earlier this year, he was awarded the 2021 Pears Short Film Fund bursary by UK Jewish Film for his script, Hold My Hand, which he also directed. Dean is also a regular film festival screener and a member of the selection jury for a long-running European music festival.