David Thomson is a critic and author, best known for his A Biographical Dictionary of Film, which won Sight & Sound’s 2010 poll of the best film books ever written. He is a regular contributor to S&S, the New York Times, the Guardian, the Independent on Sunday, Film Comment, Movieline, the New Republic and Salon.
He has served on the selection committee for the New York Film Festival and scripted the documentary The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind.
Paul Unwin is an accomplished writer and director, known for co-creating Casualty, the world's longest running medical drama. After studying Drama at the University of Bristol, Paul went on to become the Artistic Director at the Bristol Old Vic theatre, for a remarkable period that launched the careers of several of Britain’s foremost actors and directors. Paul has directed extensively in TV, for shows including Combat Hospital, Shameless, and Breathless.
Zohar Dvir is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist creating animated, in a distinctive self-taught style, and interactive work. After studying Visual Communication in Jerusalem, she moved to London to pursue a masters at the Royal College of Art, where she fell in love with filmmaking and immersive storytelling.
Zohar's most recent awards include, among others, UK Student Award 2020 at Encounters, for Mercury's Retrograde.