Bruce Goodison (Leave to Remain Writer/Director) was involved in The Age of Stupid, a film which redefined the idea of socially engaged filmmaking in the 21st century. Beyond his strong commitment to making compelling films that mobilise public opinion, he has a track record of making acclaimed documentary and drama, having won almost every award going. His drama-documentary, ‘FLIGHT 93: The Flight that Fought Back’, was nominated for an Emmy for the Best TV movie. ‘Our War’ won best factual series at the 2012 BAFTA’s. ‘SAS: Iranian Embassy Siege’ won the Grierson Award for the Best Historical Documentary in 2003.
The Executive Producer of the film is Pippa Cross; an award winning indie film and TV Producer who sat on the Board of Directors of UK Film Council, now the BFI. With over twenty years of experience, Pippa’s credits include acclaimed films such as ‘My Left Foot’, ‘Bloody Sunday’ and ‘Shooting Dogs’ – the highly acclaimed film about the Rwandan Genocide.
Producers James Levison & Kate Cook are both well recognised for making excellent documentaries & high profile political dramas.