Different for Girls
JACQUIE LAWRENCE: WRITER & EXECUTIVE PRODUCER.
As a former Commissioning Editor at Channel Four Television and Sky One and former Head of Development World of Wonder UK, Jacquie has been responsible for hundred of hours of award-winning television including the BAFTA winning series, Ross Kemp on Gangs. She is also the author of the novel, Different for Girls, which made the Amazon Top Ten when it was published in 2014.
FIZZ MILTON: PRODUCER.
Fizz is a senior television executive, having worked freelance for Channel 4, ITV and in-house at the BBC, where she managed the commissioning and production of factual, entertainment, and drama output.
CAMPBELL X: DIRECTOR.
Campbell X is an award-winning filmmaker who’s debut feature film, the queer urban romantic comedy STUD LIFE which became a festival favourite. Stud Life is distributed by Wolfe Video, Peccadillo Pictures and is screening on Netflix USA. It received a number of awards and accolades on its release. Campbell directed and produced the short film DES!RE, is one of the directors on the webseries SPECTRUM LONDON and is the director of documentary VISIBLE which will open the Scottish Queer Film Festival in December 2018.
OONA MENGES: CINEMATOGRAPHER.
Oona has over 20 years in the film industry, working the full range of the camera department, on both feature films and shorts including: Dirty, Pretty Things, Social Suicide and Looking for Albert.
JUSTINE BARKER: COMPOSER.
Justine is an award-winning composer and multi-instrumentalist with a diverse yet distinctive style. She is currently scoring the latest season of Casualty for BBC and writing the music for brand new drama London Kills. Also known for her work on critically acclaimed drama series Suspects, Holby City and Sirens, she has balanced TV credits with a varied and fruitful film career, scoring over 40 shorts in six years, including work for award-winning directors Christiana Ebohon-Green, Sam Callis and Jake Graf. Justine was the winner of Best Composer at Underwire Film Festival 2016, as selected by the Musicians Union and was chosen for WFTV’s mentoring programme and BAFTA Crew 2016. She is signed to independent music publisher Music Sales Creative.