Tanya is a London based actress whose other film credits include the Netflix original crime drama series Spotless (2015) and the Hollywood blockbuster Kick-Ass 2 (2013). Tanya’s TV credits include BBC3s Some Girls and ITV’s DCI Banks. She is also passionate about theatre and starred in the hit African comedy The Epic Adventure of Nhamo the Manyika Warrior and His Sexy Wife Chipo (2013) at London’s Tricycle Theatre.
Hussina is a Stage, Film and TV actress based in London, whose other film credits include Night Light (2016), Zoo-Head (2016), and The Survivalist (2015). TV credits include ITV's The Level, and Channel 4's The Watchman. Stage performances include Image of Unknown Woman (2017), Action at a Distance at the Gate Theatre (2017), and Tomorrow at the Arts Theatre.
Aki Omoshaybi is a British actor whose other film credits include Kids in Love (2016), Manolo (2016) and The Riot Club (2014). Aki’s stage performances include Chariots of Fire, The Empress, That Day we Sang, Umbrellas of Cherbourg and Hair.
Alex is a stage, film and tv actor born and raised in South East London, whose other film credits include Legacy (2015), The Hooligan Factory (2014), The World's End (2013), The Christmas Candle (2013), The Sweeney (2012) and The Swarm (2011). His TV credits include BBC’s Sherlock, The Interceptor, The Musketeers and New Tricks. Alex’s stage performances include Yen at the Royal Court, Barbarians at the Young Vic and The Nutcracker at the Unicorn Theatre.
Yrsa is an Los Angeles and London based actress and writer whose other film credits include Boxx (2016), Der Koch (2014) and Death Race: Inferno (2013). She also appeared in the Channel 4 TV hit series Shameless (2009)
Yinka is an actor, musician and broadcaster from Elephant and Castle, South East London whose other film credits include Hammer of the Gods (2013) and So High (2011). Yinka has also featured in a number of national and international TV ads alongside the likes of Lady Gaga And Goldie. He also fronts the ‘Grunge Soul’ band Sabatta who have played AfroPunk and featured on BBC Radio London and 6 music.
A Moving Image is a film by AMI Production.
Writer & Director
Shola is a graduate of the National Film and Television School, his graduate film Touch won Shooting People’s Film of The Month competition, chosen by Oscar nominated cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto. Touch also toured the UK as part of The BFI’s Sci-Fi season.
Shola’s debut Feature is a multimedia Film called A Moving Image. It had its World Premiere at The LA Film Festival 2016 in competition for the World Fiction prize and received The Special Recognition Award at The Blackstar Film Festival in Philadelphia.
Shola was recently commissioned by The British Council to direct a reinterpretation of Othello written by visual artist Phoebe Boswell as part of “Shakespeare Lives”.
Rienkje started her professional career as a broadcast journalist at the BBC in 2006, moving on to produce news and current affairs programmes for TV and Radio. She has also worked as a production journalist for ITN and voice artist for Euronews. Rienkje is a graduate of the National Film and Television School (NFTS). While a student she was one of the three Prince William scholars supported by BAFTA and Warner Bros. and became part of Warner Bros. Creative Talent. She’s produced a number of short films, including The Agreement, Esta Vida and animation Banaroo, which have all been screened at a number of notable film festivals including Sheffield Doc Fest, Aesthetica Short Film and the Cork Film Festival.
In August 2016 she was awarded the BFI Vision Award.
She is currently developing A Man Died by Biyi Bandele.