Filippo Polesel


Filippo is an award-winning writer and producer of commercials, web content and short films. He graduated from the London College of Media with a BA in Advertising and Video Production in 2005. His advertising portfolio includes brands such as Fiat, P&G and Campbell’s amongst others. He is also the founder of award-winning short film festival Shorts On Tap, which he led to become the fastest-growing short film showcase in London with sold-out events and extensive media coverage. Shorts On Tap has been awarded the prestigious Film London Boost Award in 2015, and is now an international showcase with events planned in Berlin, Madrid and Tokyo.


Michele Fiascaris


Michele Fiascaris is a London Film Academy 2010 graduate. He has written and directed numerous commercials, short films, music videos and the feature film “Fat Cat”. His works have been selected in over a dozen film festivals worldwide, from Berlin, LA, NY, Rome, Bruges, Madrid and others. He has won several awards with his feature film FAT CAT, among these “Best Foreign Film” at the Las Vegas Pollygrind Film Festival and “Best Cinematography” at the Madrid International Film Festival. He has worked as a director for BBC and BAFTA TV and for brands such as “P&G”, “FIAT”, “Campbell’s”, “Barilla” and numerous others, including the United Nations. Michele is currently developing his latest feature film, the black comedy “Made in Italy”.


Pia Jackson


Pia Jackson is a TV Presenter, Actress, Filmmaker, Writer, Producer, Blogger and Voice Over Artist.
With an enormous variety of experience within the factual entertainment and corporate genres, Pia is a versatile and multi-talented presenter. Her most recent presenting credits include training with the Royal Marines, presenting the Chelsea Flower Show, launching Absolutely Magazine in SW London, learning Krav Maga as well as providing the voice for the Calvin Harris Takeover Show on BBCís Radio 1. Pia is also an experienced voice-over artist, avid blogger and published author.


Yuriko Okamura


Yuriko is a film programmer, writer and translator based in Berlin. After graduated from Kingís College London (MA Film Studies) in 2015, she started her career as a film programmer and also started working in film production. Currently, she is a programmer for Berlin Film Society and is also working on programming for other film screening projects. She has been working with film production companies in Berlin since 2015. As a translator, she has made subtitles for films including a feature-length documentary film ìBam Bam Bam: The Story of Sonzeiraî for the theatrical release in Japan. For Shorts On Tap, she has co-programmed ìTokyo Callingî with Filippo in January 2015, and she has also coordinated Shorts On Tap screenings in Tokyo and in Berlin.


Karoline Engelhardt


Karoline is a musician and event organiser based in London and active both in the capital and her native Germany. She graduated from Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz in 2016 with a first-class degree in Musicology and Art History/Archaeology. She is a member of the 'International Association of the Studies of Popular Music' (IASPM) and has a particular interest in the fields of transgression between the arts. Always out and about within London's diverse music scene, Karoline is constantly keeping an eye out for exciting artists and a sound that reflects our time.


Francesco Legnazzi


Fascinated by art and theatre from an early age, Francesco studied drama with Antonio Giordano, lecturer at the Accademia Nazionale d'Arte Drammatica Silvio D'Amico in Rome. This renowned drama school is named after one of the most talented and well-known actors in Italy and was also the alma mater to globally recognised artists such as Vittorio Gassman, Anna Magnani, Anna Marchesini and many others.

Following his degree in Media Studies, Francesco moved to Cambridge where he combined his passion for theatre with teaching Italian courses at the Italian Cultural Centre 'La Dante'. 


Alba Moyano


Alba is an award-winning writer and New York Film Academy graduate with a portfolio covering film, TV, radio, theatre, music and advertising.
Aside from working as short film programmer with Shorts On Tap, she currently covers the position of account manager for Disney at Digital Media Services, while she also collaborates with film production companies (Yellow Pill, On The Corner TV) and institutions (Film London) as freelance copywriter, script editor and translator. 


Heléna Antonio


Helena studied acting between Spain and Italy, taking also classes with John Strasberg and Ivana Chubbock. She's been working between both countries, ("Sinox" by J.L.Rojas; "Lye-Liscivia"by F.Niccolai; "Beyond"by S.Corvaglia;"Ris Roma 2" by F.Micciche'), and she also had the privilege to work with directors of the caliber of Julio Medem and Tony Kaye. In 2015 she moved to London and filmed the award winning "Arrivederci Rosa", by Flaminia Graziadei and "Two of a kind" by Roki Verbosek. Helena plays the lead role of Lucia in Anthony Alleyne's latest feature film, 'Sunburn'.


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