After graduating from The Northern Film School Aurora co-founded Leeds Production Company LEFT EYE BLIND. Here she directed promos signed to ACADEMY FILMS before winning the EPIC award to co-directed short "Life on the Line".
Winning The Pitch in 2014 Aurora recently wrapped on sci-fi short “Pulsar” starring David Gyasi. Previously she directed "Shades of Living" with UKFC funding, which was signed to Shorts International. Nokia funded her Period Drama short film "Daniel", which premièred at Edinburgh IFF.
Franc Roddam is mentoring Aurora through the WFTV scheme. She is developing features through Birds Eye View’s FILMONOMICS, 104 Film’s Digital Revolutionaries and Screen Yorkshire’s Triangle.
Award winning Scottish director and Screen International Star of Tomorrow, Jamie Stone graduated from the National Film and Television School in 2012. Jamie’s short films are often characterised by vivid fantastical worlds playing host to intimate family dramas. His most recent short, the BFI funded sci-fi: Orbit Ever After, was nominated for a BAFTA and has won prizes at several festivals across the world. Recently Jamie has started working in TV drama, directing period dramas The Village and X Company. He is currently working on a new sic-fi comedy drama for E4.
Jamie on Vimeo
A multi-international award winning filmmaker, Danann has a slate of projects in development including a non-broadcast pilot for CBBC and his first feature film ‘Desolate Days’ originally conceived through BFI & Screen Yorkshire’s ‘Triangle' 2014 scheme. He made the viral hit and Vimeo Staff Pick ‘A Love Story In Milk’ and his RTE commissioned web series ‘Cuckoo’ has had enormous international success this passed year. Most recently, he completed commercial stings for Electric Ireland sponsoring 'The Graham Norton Show', TV commercials for MCL Insurance (its4women.ie) and a well received long form dramatic commercial for children's charity 'Place2Be'.