Marta Gastini - Stanley Weber - Mark Ryder - Diarmuid Noyes - Art Malik & John Doman


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Director, Writer and Cinematographer Michael Driscoll was born in London and is based in Los Angeles. He has worked on a wide range of film, television and commercial productions across the USA, many countries in Europe, and Canada. After several years working in Art Department on feature films such as Casino Royale and Batman Begins, his directing career began at RSA Films in London. Two Black Coffees is his first short film.

Michael's 2nd Unit Directing credits include 26 episodes of Netflix Original TV drama series Borgia. He also worked on season 1 of Transporter: The Series filming additional 2nd Unit stunt sequences plus directing and producing its EPK.

Michael’s works currently in production include: Break In Break Out, a short film thriller shot in Toronto about a burglary gone horribly wrong, Free Throw, a short comedy about a bizarre event on a basketball court, Uncoil, a short film drama about an ageing boyband, and The Butterfly, a pilot about a post-apocalyptic regime.

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Smith College Alumna Chelsie Dias began her producing career in corporate film with a strong focus on women’s education across the U.S. and Saudi Arabia. Specialised in high-volume production, Chelsie was Head of Production for a Boston-based company responsible for operating studios across various locations in the U.S., Middle East, and North Africa.

Her relocation to Los Angeles saw her shift focus towards narrative film and television productions; projects for clients including
Endemol Shine North America and The Weinstein Company.

After completing
Two Black Coffees, Chelsie’s current projects in the works are Break In Break Out, a short film about a burglary gone horribly wrong, Free Throw, a short film about a bizarre event on a basketball court, and I Know You, a short comedy film about a chance meeting at a house party.

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Nick Donnelly is a multi-instrumental composer and songwriter from New York.
Now based in Los Angeles, Nick specialises in custom scoring projects for television, film and advertising. His love for storytelling and passion for all things musical is apparent in his wide variety of genre-spanning compositions.

Nick has composed original scores and theme songs for projects featured on Netflix, CBS, TBS, Animal Planet, CW, Discovery Channel, Starz, HBO, Viceland, Hallmark Channel, and TLC. His work has also been showcased at prominent film festivals including Cannes.

More recently, Nick has composed the music for award winning films
Dependent’s Day and Victor Walk. He has collaborated with Michael Daniele Driscoll on the short films Two Black Coffees and Break In Break Out.
Nick is currently working on scoring the upcoming feature documentary The Long Goodbye as well as a national commercial campaign for Citizen watches.

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