our bold directors
Keith Albert Tedesco
Keith graduated with an Honors degree in Communications in 2012 from the University of Malta and later pursued a Master’s degree in Film and Media at the University of Copenhagen where he focused his studies on direction and acting techniques.
He has since directed 3 short films; Him & Her,Ambivalent, and In The Name of Bjorn, as well as multiple TV commercials. On every production Keith utilizes writing, directing and acting techniques he learnt through his studies to showcase his flair for creativity and absolute love for cinema.
Abigail is the youngest and only female director on the Netflix Original series Chef’s Table, and is a documentary director who specialises in food content. She won first place for her documentary short in the Reel LA Film Festival in 2006.
In 2014 Abigail was the director of the documentary Do You Dream in Color? for ISOTOPE Films / Wilton House Productions. The documentary bridges the gap between the blind and sighted worlds by animating the dreams of extraordinary blind teens. Winner of audience choice award at the San Luis Obispo Film Festival, Best Director at Chain NYC Film Festival.
More recently Abigail has worked as a producer on the National Geographic Show Breakthrough and is one of the directors for the series Chef’s Table on Netflix.
Ben Mallaby is the BAFTA-nominated director of Island Queen, Battlecock! and Milk!. Ben is also a senior lecturer at Ravensbourne College and a commercial director.
Among his latest works are four new black comedy short films. Stud, a three-minute “palette-cleanser” film features an awkward bedroom encounter between a woman and the man who she’s hired to impregnate her. While You Were Away, which will show at the Short Film Corner at Cannes this year, is a short centered on an absurd argument between a married couple.
Mosquito deals with the unique idea of a mosquito bite transferring memories between people rather than disease. One Tw*t imagines a reality where Julie and her brother are conjoined together, his head literally on her back.
Tamara graduated in film production from the School of Cinematic Arts at USC. She has gone on to win multiple competitions for commercial spots, which brought her to Cannes Lions Awards two consecutive years (2011, 2012).
After moving to London she received many directing roles from brands and advertising agencies, including Coca-Cola, Jameson, Chevrolet and Lowe & Partners and non-profits such as Akshaya Patra. She was selected for the prestigious SHOOT magazine New Directors Showcase in 2014 for a Coca-Cola spot she directed in Brazil. The film was screened at the DGA in NYC.
Adam is a video director who specialises in documentary based content. His inquisitive mind leads him to explore everyday human stories with a keen eye for the magic in real life. Despite being old enough to know better he retains a sense of innocent wonder and is never happier than when travelling with a camera to meet new people or explore a far off destination.