Production Notes

 Catriona Scott – Producer

Catriona is a freelancer in production. She was previously Head of Development for beActive, a multi-platform production company. Her work in the industry has included the feature film “Ladies in Lavender” (2004), the SKY/BBC travel documentary series “Long Way Down and “By Any Means”, and “Sofia’s Diary” for Sony Pictures Television. Catriona has been a script consultant and Associate Producer on several productions, developing new series and entertainment programmes and liaising with writers, directors and casting directors. As well as completing courses in Script Development and Production Management, she has worked on several shorts as Producer, and has production managed music videos and commercials.


Enrico Tessarin – Executive Producer

Enrico Tessarin is a graduate of the London Film School with ten years of experience working on film, documentaries, and commercials. In 2006, Enrico was selected for prestigious producer training course EAVE (European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs) and in 2007 was selected for Film London, on “Passport”. Additionally, he was one of the fifteen up-and-coming UK producers selected for the first London Production Finance Market. Between 2007 and 2008, Enrico worked on “Sofiaʼs Diary,” the first interactive web-series for Sony Television Europe, which successfully transferred to television on Channel Five. In 2010 after setting up ‘Pinch media’ with director Mirko Pincelli, Enrico was selected for mentoring scheme ‘Guiding Lights’ run by UKFC and Skillset (one of only 5 producers selected) and spent a year being mentored by Allan Niblo, co-founder of Vertigo Films (Streetdance 3D, Monsters, and Oscar Winning documentary The Cove). He just completed his first feature film ‘The Knot’ starring Noel Clarke and Mena Suvari and is in development with two more features, one of which is with Vertigo Films.

His first feature documentary ‘Uspomene 677’ has been selected for ‘Raindance International Film festival’ and was nominated for ‘Best Microbudget feature’.


Trevor Speed – Director of Photography

Trevor studied Television Production at Bournemouth University specializing in camera work. Since leaving in 2004 his camera assisting credits have included “Max and Paddy’s Road to Nowhere”, “Extras”, “The Hills Have Eyes 2” and “Submarine”. In 2008 Trevor returned to cinematography working as DOP on a short horror film before successfully achieving the position on the low budget feature film “The Scar Crow” (best Sci-Fi /Horror at the 2010 London Independent Film Festival). His other credits as DOP includes “Collectables” (winner of Best Drama Short AIFF January 2011, winner of Best Drama Short at Canadian International Film Festival).