DOYLE - Director/Writer
Jim studied Fine Art at Nottingham College of Art and Film at the
Royal College of Art where he won the Fuji Film scholarship for his
film ‘Wendy’, and the Polish film award for ‘Only
Since graduating, he has continued to work in television writing ‘Pie
in the Sky’ for the BBC and directing ‘The World of Lee
Evans’ and ‘TFI Friday’ for Channel Four. He also
directed the hard hitting drama ‘Wearing Colours’ for
Twentieth Century Vaux.
Jim went on to direct commercials for Psion and Mattel and subsequently
joined the production company ‘Catalysm SpinOff’ as a
retained director with a view to head their Broadcast Development
Jim has recently directed ‘Going Off Big Time’ for BBG
Pictures and is currently the hospital drama series ‘Holby
City’ for the BBC.
IAN BRADY - Producer/Writer
Ian has produced a number of productions for theatre, television
Ian’s most recent film work includes; ‘Going Off Big
Time’ featuring Bernard Hill, Sarah Alexander and Stan Boardman; ‘Soldier’s
Leap’ featuring Rupert Graves and Edward Hardwicke; Line Producer
on ‘Summer Rain’; ‘The Bank’ (a futuristic
half hour drama); and ‘Kopping Off at the OK Corrall’,
which Ian wrote and produced, achieved a nomination for Best Short
Film at the National Royal Television Society Awards in 1997.
JONNY BOSTON - Producer
Jonny studied law at Nottingham Law School and trained at Wood
Nash Kimber before practicing Law at Wedlake Bell Solicitors in Covent
Jonny then took the decision to team up with Ian Brady and Elaine
Grainger as Co-Producer of ‘Going Off Big Time’ to help
raise the investment needed and oversee the legal side of the production.
ELAINE GRAINGER - Producer/Casting Director
Elaine trained as an accountant in Dublin, she then followed her
ambition to work in theatre and film, moving to London with the
help of a scholarship from Sir John Mills.
For film Elaine has been responsible for casting ‘Going Off
Big Time’ featuring Bernard Hill, Sarah Alexander and Stan
Boardman; Rupert Graves in ‘Soldier’s Leap’; and
the award winning short film ‘Kopping Off at the OK Corrall’.
DAMIAN BROMLEY - Director of Photography
Damian studied at Plymouth College of Art where he directed, shot,
and edited several short films. After receiving a distinction for
his work, his 2nd year film ‘A Killing’ won the Arriflex
Award for Best Cinematography, and the Steenbeck Award for Best
Editing at the 1990 Fuji Film Scholarship Awards.
He then started an MA in Film and TV at the Royal College of Art
specialising in cinematography. He shot several short films including ‘The
Hackney Downs’ which won many festival awards, and ‘Sleazeburger’ a
co-production with New York University.
Since leaving the RCA Damian has been working as a cinematographer.
In 1996, Damian shot a 35mm feature ‘Crucifixion Island’ in
In 1998, he met Nick Love and shot ‘Love Story’ a short
film funded by British Screen and starring Jamie Forman, David Thewliss,
Patsy Palmer, Ewan Bremner, Kate Hardy, and Paul Nichols. Love Story
was selected for the First Film Foundation New Directions scheme
and Damian was sponsored by Panavision and Kodak to participate in
a two week promotional trip to New York and Los Angeles where Love
Story was screened to invited industry audiences. Damian has recently
shot ‘Going Off Big Time’ for BBG Pictures.
ANDY LOFTUS - Editor
Andy graduated from the Royal College of Art and began a long relationship
with Jim Doyle, editing many of Jim’s productions including
Lee Evans comedy specials for Channel 4 and the highly acclaimed
drama ‘Wearing Colours’. He went on to study at the
National Film School under the tuition of director Stephen Frears
and, after graduating, went on to edit BBC drama with director
Most recently Andy has edited The Hidden City, a 21 episode half
hour drama series for Hallmark.
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