Anthony Baxter is a British documentary filmmaker. His film You’ve Been Trumped won 12 awards and, has been translated into a dozen languages. A Dangerous Game (2014) is a searing indictment of the profound ecological and social impact of luxury golf resorts around the world. You’ve Been Trumped Too (2016) was released on the eve of the US Presidential vote, and was also critically acclaimed as a powerful and prescient warning of the nature of a Trump Presidency. FLINT (2020), which recently had its preview screening at the Hamptons International Film Festival, has been in the making for five years and will be released next year. Baxter is also directing Eye of the Storm, a documentary about leading Scottish landscape painter James Morrison for the BBC.
Joanna Coates is a British director and screenwriter. Her debut feature drama, Hide and Seek, won the Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature at the 2014 Edinburgh International Film Festival, and she has been BAFTA-nominated for her non-fiction directing. She is currently in development on several projects and is in pre-production for an upcoming feature Venice. She teaches film at Norwich University of the Arts.
Guy Myhill lives in Norwich. His feature film, The Goob, won numerous awards including the Golden Hitchcock at Dinard Film Festival. He is currently working on a 8 hour TV series, Bracondale, with Universal/NBC, and is co writer/director on Pop, a feature film with AM Pictures to be shot in Mauritius next spring. He is developing another feature length project Hard Hat Man, with the BFI.