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Lewis Pavlovic - Director
Lewis Pavlovic is a writer and director from the Lincolnshire area. He graduated from The University of Northampton with a BA/BSc in Film, Television & Media and has worked on several short and independent projects. Dishonoured will be his first feature film directorial debut.
While at University Lewis studied a variety of film and television disciplines, however his main area of focus was television satire, which has played a huge influence within his own screenplays. After leaving university he co-wrote satirical news Podcast And In Other News, which is still in production and is set to be released online in spring 2016. Lewis is also working on several other screenplays in addition to a novel.
As well as director for Dishonoured, Lewis has also contributed as the films script editor and has worked closely with the film's writer, producer & lead actor (Stephan J. Genovese) to help produce something special.
As a writer/director, Lewis has been heavily influenced by the likes of Quentin Tarantino, Chris Morris, Joss Whedon and Charlie Kaufman.
Lewis hopes that Dishonoured will help showcase the substantial talent that exists within the Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire area.
Mark Mountford - Director of Photography
I'm a lighting cameraman and video editor with over five years experience in both the corporate and creative video industries. I've worked on a wide range of projects across the UK, from the corporate world of live event filming, training videos, promotional clips and interviews, to the more creative side of short films, TV production and VFX.
For as long as I can remember, video has been my number one passion. Inspired by the likes of Danny Boyle, Steven Spielberg and a childhood of watching as many TV programmes and films, I’m driven by the ambition of wanting to create my own videos that inspire and evoke the same sense of joy I had growing up.
I hold a (BSc Hons) in Entertainment Technology from the University of Portsmouth. I originally trained as a video editor, using Avid Media Composer before making the switch to the Adobe suite for my freelance videography work and am thrilled to be the Direction of Photography on this movie.
You can read more about Mark at MarkMountford.co.uk
Laura McWilliam-Richardson - 1st Assistant Director
Laura likes to get the job done and get it done well! She gained at 2:1 degree in Drama and Education Studies at Bishop Grosseteste University Lincoln and then graduated with a Primary PGCE in 2009. Before that, she had fallen in love with many playwrights, from the contemporary, including Carol Churchill to the traditional including Shakespeare when studying A level Drama at Spalding High School.
Her most memorable moments from studying theatre include being in Shakespeare’s 'The Tempest' as an actress and with backstage roles and later as an actress and working backstage on an adapted version of Alice in Wonderland. Laura became very interested in Theatre in Education and began working as a full time Primary School Teacher in South Lincolnshire in 2009 at the age of 21.
Dishonoured is the first film that Laura has been involved in and she is thrilled to be the 1st Assistant Director. She got married last Year at Tattershall Castle to Cara, Dishonoured’s Clapper Board Operator and can’t wait to see both their names in the film’s credits and show the world what Lincolnshire can do!
Theo Salisbury - Special Effects
17 years of ages and aspiring to become a “Master Of Prosthetics” for media in film and television.
I am currently a student of art and design in Boston College. I have always been involved in the art industry from a very young age and have evolved my skills from basic drawings from school to paintings and ipad work, which have been displayed for the past three years on a rugby stadium wall (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Rugby Club) with host artist Jason Wilsher-Mills.
Working on 3D design at college has opened my mind to new ways of working and developed ideas for sculptural works and textual pieces. This is where I began my love for 3D effects in makeup media. I love to sculpt and get my hands dirty, moulding and casting prosthetics and painting are my greatest passion and then being able to deliver the effect to a film set excites me and makes me want to make everything to the best quality that I can. If my hands are still clean at the end of a day that, to me, means that I have not done enough work.
Joining Dishonoured has given me a huge opportunity to better my skills and knowledge of both the work in the studio and the processes in which the film industry create such effective scenes. This has given me the work experience and professionalism that I will need to continue working on films in the future.
Please take a look at my Facebook page
Charlotte Thorn - Wardrobe & Design
After falling in love with textiles at school, I headed off to further my education, gaining a BA (Hons) in Fashion Studies from the University of Lincoln. Upon graduating, I began working in various sectors, temping in offices around Lincolnshire and working in retail for a couple of years.
I always had a desire to continue in the fashion industry, but knowing that may not be possible in this area, I moved to Manchester to restart my search. It was here that I began a placement with a very talented designer in her shop, Blessing Sule. Here, I discovered my true passion and had an insight into how a small design business was run on a day to day basis, as well as gaining invaluable technical experience. I moved back to Boston with renewed enthusiasm, invested in the machinery I needed and embarked upon my career in bespoke ladies dressmaking and alterations by starting my own business, Charlotte's Threads.
I offer a design service to clients who have an idea or occasion in mind, as well as producing designs of my own to sell (and wear myself!) as a range. I draft all my own patterns and produce unique garments that are tailored to my clients' wants and needs. I also offer alteration and repair services and can alter a wide range of garments.
Another passion of mine has always been film and theatre, and this is another avenue I would like to explore further as my career progresses. I would love to one day be credited as Costume Designer on a big Hollywood blockbuster! This is why I am so pleased to be able to be involved with Dishonoured, it's a fantastic opportunity for people in this area to get involved in the film industry, an opportunity that doesn't offer itself up often in Lincolnshire! I feel so lucky to be part of such a talented group of people, cast and crew, who are committed to making this film the best thing to come out of Lincolnshire.
Shaun Martin - Editor
I’m Lincolnshire born and bred, though I’m from South Lincs, so I talk with a bit of a Mockney accent. I made my first film, the amateurish comedy “Another Man’s Avocado”, back in 2007. I co-wrote the screenplay and took one of the leading roles. I also wrote and starred in the short thriller “My Mother’s Eyes”.
Since then, I’ve taken a backseat from acting. I now write, produce, and occasionally work behind the camera as DoP. I’ve edited a number of short films and music videos, and I’m very particular when it comes to continuity. I frequently sit in front of my computer pulling my hair out when I can’t get a decent cut between two shots because the actor’s hand is in the wrong place. Even worse is when there’s a reflection of a crew member in a window, and I have to spend hours scrubbing them out. I won’t say I’ve got OCD – I’m just slightly fussy.
For work, I use a powerful PC running Adobe Premiere. In between making films, I’ve worked as a civil servant (in a number of agencies) and as a prison officer, working with lifers. My favourite films are mostly low-budget British gangster flicks, and I love Coldplay and Radiohead.
Chris Pearson - Stills Photographer
Chris Pearson loves life to the full.
He went to the Peele secondary school where he gained gcse results in English, Maths and Science. He then went on to Boston College and studied motor mechanics and worked at Taylor's Vauxhall garage in Spalding.
His career path took a change and he then become a forklift and telehandler driver and worked for various companies.
Chris has a passion for photography and is am planning to enrol in an A Level course at college to increase his potential. He has done a handful of photography jobs and is doing some of the still shots on the movie Dishonoured.
"I'm hoping I can gain some valuable experience and get my name on the credits and hopefully get recognised!'
Marcus Boland - Grip
Marcus is a local man who grew up with his mother and father in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
After studying a Diploma in ITEC in his college days, Marcus worked as a delivery driver for a local building merchants and served a long-term role in traffic management, although he dreams of working a job with more technical focus. So when Dishonoured needed people to help make a movie, this seemed the perfect opportunity to show what he could do with all his technical knowledge and help the local people make a fantastic film.
When he's not busy working, Marcus likes nothing better than to watch touring cars and other exciting motor sports and also enjoys a nice cold Jack Daniels to end the day...
Lauren Pearse - Makeup Artist
Lauren has had a passion for make-up from a young age and found herself taking a much greater interest in recent years.
She enrolled on to a beauty therapy course last year to allow her to begin to pursue a career in tv, film and stage make up. Lauren joined the Dishonoured team as a make-up artist and this has spurred her on even further. Lauren has recently completed a course with a well known make-up artist who has worked on many well known films.
"I am loving working on Dishonoured and being part of the amazing team and I thrive on the challenges each filming day brings."