BRANKO TOMOVIC - writer, director www.imdb.com/name/nm1036127/
Branko Tomovic studied acting at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in New York and was first seen on the big screen in the lead role of the award winning American Film Institute/Sundance drama 'Remote Control' for which he received the OmU-Award at the Potsdam Film Festival. Branko's first film won many international awards, including a nomination for a Student Academy Award.
He is based in London and has worked with internationally respected film directors as Ken Loach, Paul Greengrass, Soenke Wortmann, David Ayer and Pete Travis to name a few. Recent screen credits include '24: Live Another Day', 'Fury', 'City of Tiny Lights', 'Entity' and 'The Bourne Ultimatum'. He has been named One to watch by Moviescope Magazine and chosen by leading international men's fashion magazine Icon as one of five rising stars. He was honored by The British Filmmakers Alliance as Best International Actor and won numerous awards and nominations on the international film festival circuit, including London Independent Film Festival, British Horror Film Festival, San Francisco Short Film Festival and Philadelphia Film Festival.
Red is Branko's debut as a film director.
ADRIAN CARSWELL - producer http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4854008/
Adrian Carswell is a London based freelance Producer and Production Manager who has worked in the industry since 2008.
A graduate of the New Zealand Film and Television School where he was awarded for Outstanding Contribution to Production, Adrian has gone on to work on acclaimed films both in New Zealand and the UK. Highlights include 'The Six Dollar Fifty Man' (Special Distinction - 62nd Festival De Cannes, Jury Prize in International Short Filmmaking - Sundance Film Festival, Special Mention - 60th Internationale Filmfestspiele Berlin) and 'Obsessive Compulsive
Hoarder' (2012 Grierson Award Nominee).
Adrian's recent work includes the BBC3 observational documentary series 'Reggie Yates: Extreme Russia' and a Channel 4 observational documentary produced by Studio Lambert examining social housing in the UK.
DINA VICKERMANN - producer www.imdb.com/name/nm5503805/
Dina Vickermann is a producer who has just completed her second short film production 'Stolen', following 'Way Out' in 2013. Both films tackle controversial and emotional subjects that are extremely relevant in critiquing modern social issues, with her latest film 'Stolen' focusing on human sex trafficking in the context of Asia.
Dina was born in Germany and following her acting training at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in New York City, she realized her interest lies in producing. As a production assistant at the German Press Agency (DFA) successfully managing various TV productions, she continued to work as part of the production team at the WDR in Germany and undertook production projects during her masters degree.
KHALED KAISSAR - producer http://www.imdb.com/name/nm3353044/
("Luna", "Zarnitsa", "Stereo", "Transit")
Kaissar Film, http://kaissar-film.com/en/
TOBIAS M. HUBER - executive producer www.imdb.com/name/nm4169638
(Oscar for "Nocebo")
for full credits please visit: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5049304
Cinematographer: Alex Boutellier
Editor: John Weeks
Sound Designer/Composer: Mark Ashworth (aka Z.No)
Production Designer: Arabella Wunderlich
Costume Designer / Art Director: Milica Todorovic
Makeup Designer: Ala Pangracova / Makeup Artist: Gloria Penaranda
Stills Photographer: Laura Radford, Simon Fowler
Publicity: Marcus Agar, Jerome Morrow / JM PR
Screenwriter: Paul D. Clancy
Sound Mixer: Joshua Bamford
Boom Operator: Rory Rea
Gaffer: Bryan Gavigan, Benjamin Hodder
1st AC: Asmund Berge Jenssen, Jason Acero
2nd AC: Marcus Scotchmer, Maria Pares
Spark: Alex Atack, Jordan Stephens, Camil Liberto
Artwork: Andreea Sticlea
Poster Designer: Sean Brannon
Production Assistant: Jacek Partridge
Special Thanks: Vincent Matthews, Promotion Hire, Wonderland Wigs, Fever London, Blue 17 Vintage Clothing
Very Special Thanks: Jean-Louis Alexandre, Mark Ashworth (aka Z.No)