John Henderson – Director
John Henderson started his career as a series
writer on the award winning television series Not the Nine-O-Clock
News. However, before long he was directing Spitting Image, a hugely
influential satirical series that began in the early 1980s. His
television credits include: The Old Grey Whistle Test, The Last
Englishman, The Borrowers and Alice Through the Looking Glass. In
1995, John Henderson made his first feature film Loch Ness that
starred Ted Danson and Joely Richardson and was distributed worldwide
by Polygram. To date his feature film credits include Bring Me the
Head of Mavis Davis and In Search of an Impotent Man. His latest
film The Water Giant is nearing completion.
Richard Everett - Writer
Everett is the author of seven produced
stage plays including Happy Event, Close to the Wind, Hand over
Fist and Present from the Past. He has also written plays for BBC
Radio 4 and has written extensively for animation with over 150
scripts to his credit. Among them are the BAFTA nominated Joseph
for the Testament series, Dig, Dug and Daisy, a series created for
Dorling Kindersley, The Cabbage Patch Kids, The Life of Confucius
and Nick and Perry The Alien Space Dogs. Most recently he wrote
the screenplay for the animation feature Under the Black Flag.
Christopher Villiers - Writer
Villiers is an actor with a list of film
and television credits spanning twenty years and ranging from Mansfield
Park to First Knight. He currently stars as the new boss in the
ITV series The Vice. As well as acting, Villiers has written for
television Sisters and London Bridge and directed Everett’s
play Hand over Fist.
Ira Trattner - Producer
Producer Ira Trattner started his career
as a motion picture attorney for Warner Bros. Since his departure
from Warner Bros., Trattner has developed Feature film projects
with directors Wes Craven, Roland Joffe and Carl Reiner. His feature
film credits include: Off the Mark and Sister, Sister starring Jennifer
Jason Leigh and Eric Stoltz. He is currently developing the epic
love story On Earth in association with Jerry Bruckheimer Films.
Pat Harding – Producer
Pat Harding begun her career in film as
a Production Accountant in films such as Soft Top, Hard Shoulder,
Solitaire for 2 and Cousin Bette but was soon working as a Production
Manager, Line Producer and finally Producer. Her most recent credits
include Caught in the Act, If Only, Shergar and Revelation, starring
Terence Stamp and Derek Jacobi.
Keith Hayley, Robert Bevan, Charlie Savill,
Amanda Coombes, Amit Barrooah – Executive Producers Hayley,
Bevan and Savill are co-founders of Little Wing Films Ltd, the sole
financiers of Two Men Went to War.
Little Wing Films most recent
credits include: Tabloid TV starring John Hurt and Matthew Rhys,
Silent Cry starring Emily Woof and Frank Finlay, Phoenix Blue starring
Amanda Donohoe, Nine Dead Gay Guys starring Stephen Berkoff, Crust
starring Kevin McNally, Pure starring Molly Parker, American Cousins
starring Shirley Henderson and Dan Hedaya and Conspiracy of Silence
starring Brenda Fricker. TWO MEN WENT TO WAR is the first of these
films to be released.
John Ignatius - Director of Photography
Ignatius is best known for his work in commercials
and television. He has worked with John Henderson on a number of
TV projects, including the 1995 television series, The Last Englishman.
Steve Carter - Production Designer
Steve Carter had art directed on feature
films including: Proof of Life, War Zone and Rocket Post. His television
credits include the acclaimed BBC series Nature Boy andTenth Kingdom;
TWO MEN WENT TO WAR, is his first credit as Production Designer.
Jill Taylor - Costume Designer
Jill Taylor is one of the UK’s most
respected costume designers. Her feature credits include some of
the most successful British features including: The Full Monty,
Sliding Doors, Priest, The Year’s Love, Purely Belter, Born
Romantic and Crush.
Sarah Bird - Casting Director
Sarah Bird is well known for casting high
profile TV, theatre and film productions. Her work for TV includes
the BBC series: Madame Bovary, Mother Love, Hetty Wainthrop Investigates
and A Fatal Inversion. West End theatre productions include: Art,
The Importance of Being Earnest and Godspell. Features include Brian
Gilbert’s Wilde and Khaled el Hagar’s Room To Rent.
David Yardley - Editor
David Yardley is one of the UK’s finest
editors and has won countless awards and BAFTA nominations for his
work. His drama credits for TV include some of the highest quality
productions of the last decade; BBC’s The Lost World, Channel
4’s Alice Through The Looking Glass, BBC’s Ivanhoe and
BBC’s The Sculptress. His title sequence work includes Bond’s
Richard Harvey - Composer