Robyn Forsythe - Producer
Robyn specialises in development and production of female projects - whether these are female characters, or women behind the camera. She has worked in development and funding for an indie in LA, and on the Oscar nominated 'Voorman Problem'. Having had a pilot produced by the BBC she recently produced 'Never Land' - an Ideas Tap funded short film. Robyn Line Produced 'Pregnant Pause', a Film London funded short, and works as a Production Manager on feature films.
She has a law degree and a Biology degree, and runs a non-profit that provides education and health care for a Maasai community in Kenya.
Tori Longdon - Development Producer
Tori is a choral conductor, singer and arranger by trade, and recently appeared as a panellist in Gareth Malone’s ‘The Naked Choir’. Seamlessly blending creative and business acumen, Tori is a fantastic asset to UNION PICTURES and excels in building relationships, attracting investment and developing new film concepts. The BBC Award Winning ‘Breakdown’ was Tori’s latest short film, and she is currently developing ‘Hit the Heist Note’ with UNION PICTURES.
Anna Hoghton - Creative Director
Anna Hoghton is a writer/director. She has an MA in Writing for Young People from Bath Spa University and is a published poet who was shortlisted for the Lancelot Andrewes Award by Carol Ann Duffy and commissioned to perform at Bristol Festival of Ideas. She writes for Tremolo theatre company, whose debut show was selected for the Underbelly at Edinburgh. Her most recent short film 'Never Land', won the Ideastap Film Fund and was made in partnership with Cape Farewell, starring Marcus Brigstocke, Keeley Hawes, Brian Bovell and John Nettles. In 2015, Anna was nominated for Rife Magazine's list of 'Influential Bristolians under the age of 24'. She spent two years on BAFTA’s Youth Board and now works as a Visual Storyteller for Pixillion.
Edie Walwyn - Producer's Assistant
Edie Walwyn is a Producer's Assistant for UNION PICTURES. She also writes scripts, but has also written on politics, gender, education and celebrity culture for the Manchester Media Group's Mancunion newspaper and website. She takes strong influence from writers such as Dorothy Parker, George Orwell and the Beats. Aside from UNION PICTURES, Edie also works for Blend Media. In her spare time, she is involved in activism, but also reads and travels. She is also a patron of the Canterbury Shakespeare Festival.
UNION PICTURES are currently accepting feature script submissions. Please send a treatment to email@example.com