The Team

Director of Photography/ Producer: Diego Pascoalino

Diego lived in Sydney, Australia for seven years where he studied film at the University of Sydney and specialized in Cinematography at the Academy of Photogenic Arts. Diego is an award winning cinematographer and has numerous years experience in feature films, TV commercials, documentaries and music videos and has shot in Australia, Europe, Latin America and Africa. Most recently Diego won a Cinematography award from the Australian Cinematography Society for the documentary shot in Kenya “An Unexpected Family: story from a slum”. Diego owns, Gadget Filmes 360 in Brazil, in his birth city, São Paulo. He acts as a producer, creator and cinematographer for projects.

web-resize.jpg Director/ Producer: Riyad Barmania

Riyad’s passion for film is eclectic and diverse. He recently wrote, directed and produced the award winning documentary “An Unexpected Family: story from a slum” and co-wrote and co-produced the feature film Elfie Hopkins featuring Ray Winstone.  He has worked on films, commercials, documentaries and music videos in the UK,  Canada, Australia and Africa. He is also the co-owner of Tweed Films and the owner of Glass Boy Films. Riyad is a natural storyteller and seeks out stories that both enlighten and entertain.

Co-producer: Greg Mothersdale

After beginning his career on the other side of the camera, Greg has worked in the film industry for a number of years and focused primarily on production. Most recently he production managed the UK feature film, “Elfie Hopkins”, starring Ray Winstone. “Little Munchkin” a short film he co- produced will be screened at the Fright Fest Film Festival in London. Born in London, Greg now lives in Cardiff, Wales

Title and 3D Graphics Designer: Alan Morse

Alan “Moley” Morse is an freelance designer and animator living and working in Cardiff, Wales, UK, specialising in 3D animation and motion graphics for film, broadcast and the web. Alan previously provided the titles and credits on “An Unexpected Family: story from a slum”. His 3D graphics will play an instrumental part in telling the Windrider story. Alan is currently working on a number of film and music video projects.

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