Steven Chatterton is a writer-director, living in London, originally from The Black Country. He has an appetite for storytelling that highlights inequality and drives social mobility, particularly through the lens of a child’s perspective. His films have won multiple awards, his scripts have been selected for development programmes across Europe and he holds masters degrees in Film (Birkbeck) and Screenwriting (University of the Arts London).
Director of The Pitch Film Fund, Luke Walton has produced more than 15 short films with RIF (Reel Issues Films). Since 2008 The Pitch has focused on developing emerging talent, adding additional benefits for participants including residential film study courses. The Pitch has hubs in the UK and South Africa. Luke’s background is in acting and he was the voice of Hugglegrabber in Early Man, directed by Nick Park.
Ken Wardrop is a documentary filmmaker based in Dublin. He’s a graduate of the Irish National Film School and has 20 year’s experience in film and TV commercial direction. His short films have won many international awards including a European Academy Award. Ken’s feature documentaries have also garnered international praise, screening and winning awards at festivals such as Sundance and SXSW.