5 names.

Brian Tufano

British cinematographer Brian Tufano began his career at the BBC, working with such directors as Stephen Frears and Alan Parker. In 1992 he was assigned to the series Mr. Wroe's Virgins and worked with director Danny Boyle. Boyle took him along on his feature debut, Shallow Grave, and continued to work with Tufano on such films as Trainspotting and A Life Less Ordinary. In 2001 Tufano won the BAFTA Award for Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television.

Craig Dean Devine

After building up a portfolio as a freelance Cinematographer Craig was awarded the "Freddie Francis scholarship" & "BAFTA Scholarship" to attend the MA Cinematography course at the National Film and Television School, studying under the guidance of Brian Tufano, BSC ('Trainspotting' , 'Billy Elliot') and the personal tutorship of Lol Crawley, BSC ("Ballast" , "Four Lions") . He graduated NFTS winning the Panalux Cinematography Award for his work on "The Friday Fund". Craig has shot award winning films which have screened internationally, winning the 'National Film Award' for 'Above' and secured 2 BAFTA nominations for his work by the age of only 24. Craig is represented by Dench Arnold and has a reputation as one of the most exciting young cinematographers working; being recently profiled by the 'British Cinematographers Society magazine' as 'one to watch'.

Herman Van Eyken

Herman Van Eyken, graduated (magna cum laude) with a Masters Degree in Audio Visual Arts in 1979 from the RITS national film school in Brussels. He was subsequently granted an Italian Government fellowship to study in Italy for three years, where he pursued further film studies at the University of Rome (dir. Prof. Mario Verdone), and at DAMS Dipartimento Arte, Musica e Spettacolo (dir. Prof. Umberto Eco) at the University of Bologna. Van Eyken returned to Belgium, where, over the course of 15 years, he directed more than 190 films (commercials, corporate identity and institutional films, interactive film media, creative documentaries, short feature fiction films, feature length films on dance and opera, and one long feature fiction film). In all these categories his films were represented in the shortlists and competitions of the leading film festivals (Cannes, New York, Biarritz, London, Stockholm, Vienna, Montreal, Lyon, etc.) Many of his films have received top awards in their respective category. His long feature fiction film has been released in more than 10 countries, among them Australia, Canada, France, Italy and Taiwan. The film was screened in 30 International Film Festivals and won several major awards.

In 1990, he joined RITS, his alma mater, and served as a Professor in Film Directing (with a tenure track as a full time Professor). He has been invited as graduation jury member of other film schools (Sint Lucas), and the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Visuels de la Cambre, Brussels.

He was for many years an elected member of the Board of Directors of SACD Belgium (Belgian Author's Association), the Belgian Screenwriter's Guild, the Belgian Film Director's Guild, the Brussels International Film Festival and Erasmushogeschool Brussels.

Over the years, he's been active in developing -sometimes-pioneering - workshops for film professionals in such fields as screenwriting, interactive writing and directing actors for film (with Prof. Delia Salvi - UCLA/Actor's Studio).

He has set up film student co-production workshops with international guests such as Dick Maas, Freddie Francis, Stuart Gordon, James B. Harris, Lewis Gilbert, Jos Stelling, John Hough and Jack Cardiff.

He has been invited to sit in or moderate panels (Asian Film Archive, Asia Film Financing Forum) and hold public interviews with Tim Robbins, Giuseppe Tornatore and Dennis Hopper. Van Eyken served as the first Erasmushogeschool Brussels delegate at CILECT (Centre International de Liaison des Ecoles de Cinema et Television). He was invited in 2002 as a visiting lecturer for 2 years at the School of Film and Media Studies, Ngee Ann Polytechnic in Singapore, where he taught advanced film production, advanced directing and screenwriting in the Polytechnic and Post Graduate Programmes. He returned to his alma mater, RITS, in 2004, as Project Chair for the International Association of Film Schools - CILECT, with the project: Master Class- LESSONS IN FILM (Kim Longinotto, Alain Vannier, Pierre Schoendoerffer, The Dardenne Brothers, Lord David Puttnam, Grant Major, Roberto Perpignani, Kiyoshi Kurosawa, Brian Tufano and Hou Hsiao Hsien).

Herman Van Eyken was recently asked to set up and develop Singapore's first film degree programme in an integrated arts campus at LASALLE, College of the Arts, where he was offered the position of Head of the Puttnam School of Film (Lord David Puttnam). In the field of research and innovation, he's been delivering specialised papers on Film Policies and Film Training Needs for Professionals for several international official bodies such as UNI-MEI (International Union Network), and ASEF (Asia Europe Foundation). In October 2006, he mentored the 5th Asia Europe Film Development Plan Meeting on Student Film Production in Tokyo. In December 2007, he was Keynote Chair and Moderator the Media Financing Forum at the 5th Asia Media Festival in Singapore. Apart being a film academic, film writer, film producer and film director, Van Eyken has also served as a jury member of many competitions in Europe (FIFEF, UIP, L'Age d'Or) and the Asia Pacific (Kodak), moreover at the 54th Locarno International Film Festival in 2001.

He's fluent in four languages: Dutch, French, English and Italian. He understands and reads German.

Mike Scott

Mike Scott is a successful freelance 'Steadicam Owner Operator' and cameraman, working in both the Film and Television industries.

His recent feature film credits include 'My Zinc Bed' starring Uma Thurman, and 'I could never be your Woman' starring Michelle Pfeiffer, both working with the renowned cinematographer Brian Tufano.

Perhaps best known for his groundbreaking Steadicam work on V & So Graham Norton, Mike has a firm grounding in broadcasting having gained some 16 years experience at the UK's premier ITV Studio 'London Weekend Television' prior to going freelance in 2000.

Anna Carrington

Anna Carrington, Director of Photography, climbed her way up the Camera Department by working as a Clapper Loader and Focus Puller before Operating and DOPing. She graduated from Surrey Institute of Art and Design in 2002 with a 2:1 BA (hons) Film and Video Production. After graduation Anna worked as a Camera Trainee and Clapper Loader and worked on feature films such as 'Yes' Dir: Sally Potter DOP: Aleksei Rodionov 2004 (daily clapper loader), 'Kidulthood' Dir: Menhai Huda DOP: Brian Tufano BSC 2006 (daily camera trainee), 'London Voodoo' Dir: Robert Pattern DOP: Patrick Jackson 2004 (clapper loader) and various music videos and commercials including 'Eurostar for Tomorrow' and the Michael Buble 'It's Time' album advert, until moving up to the role of Focus Puller. Notable credits include feature film 'EMR' Dir: McCullough & Erskine DOP: John Halliday 2004 (focus puller) and television drama 'The Man That Broke Britain' Dir: Gabriel Range DOP: John Halliday 2004 (focus puller) documentary 'Stories For Our Time: Forgiveness' Dir: J Montogonery DOP: J.Walker 2006 (1st assistant camera), commercials including: Skye Bank, Dic & Dom 'In Da Bungalow' album, Kodak 'Vision 2 Stock', music video's including Sway 'Up Your Speed', Estelle 'Dance With Me (remix)', Bigz 'Cor Blimey' UK King with East 17 'Bad Weather' & Vivianna & DMX 'Rock This Sh**'

Anna's Camera Operating credits include filming gigs by Stevie Hoang, Imogen Heap, Courtney Pine, Patti Smith, Steeleye Span, John Albert, La Roux, Paloma Faith, Maddie Prior, Spin Doctors, Winter Roberts, The Rushing, UB40 and Air. Documentary productions about Piere Dulaine, Heygate Estate, Sonia Sabri, Fulham Palace, Dave Courtney, Hayley Westenra. In 2006 Anna was selected by the organisation 'Women in Film and Television' to be mentored by DOP Henry Braham BSC during the production of feature film 'The Golden Compass.' The placement lasted a year, in which time Henry trained her in the Cinematographer's role during pre-production, production and post-production of the feature film as well as helping her experiment with her own cinematography. Anna gained her first credit as Director of Photography on the feature length documentary 'Welcome Aboard Toxic Airlines' in 2007. The film premiered at The International Film Festival of the Environment in Paris and sparked the call for a public enquiry into the areo-toxic issue in the UK.

In 2008 Anna worked as the Camera Operator on feature film '31 North 62 East' with DOP Sue Gibson BSC who, at the time, was the President of the British Society of Cinematographers. Anna then went onto work as the Director of Photography on her first drama feature film 'Ambleton Delight' which premiered at The Ritz Cinema in Worthing in 2009. The film did well in the festival circuit, racking up 6 award nominations, 6 official selections and winning three awards including 'Best UK Feature' at The End of the Pier International Film Festival and 'Best Feature Film' at The British Independent Film Festival. In 2009 Anna won the award for 'Best Director of Photography' at The End of the Pier International Film Festival for her work on short film 'The View' Dir: Neil Neenan. As a DOP Anna's advert credits include The Make-up Box 'Nvey', Lush 'Facial Spa', The Rocking Horse Appeal, Mayfair English School, and music videos for The Alps 'Obstacle Race' Operahouse 'Live Album Recording', Souledge 'Woman Needs Love', Inner City Pirates 'Duck Hunt', Frisco 'Time is right', Tinchy Stryder 'Breathe', Furyon 'The One', Blazay 'I'm That Guy'.

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