Born in England, Dominic has spent his entire professional career working in production of film, television and advertising, rising in the 1990s to become an award-winning documentary filmmaker. From an impressive range of political, historical, observational and travel documentaries, his recent films include:
THE PIPELINE (BBC Storyville / PBS & CBC co-production)
MANDELA: THE LIVING LEGEND (BBC1 / SABC Production)
ISRAEL UNDERCOVER (BBC Correspondent Special / October Films / WGBH Frontline)
After graduating from film school in UK with distinction, Dominic worked in post production at The Moving Picture Company in London. He then worked in commercials and music video production for Virgin among others, before moving on to work as a Location Manager, then Assistant Director in commercials, television and numerous feature films including Hellraiser, Wilt, How To Get Ahead In Advertising, Great Balls of Fire, Accidental Tourist and Batman. As a Director, he began with music videos and TV serial drama, though soon gravitated towards documentary, with films such as 7 Days That Shook United, an alternative history of the legendary Manchester United Football Club. He is based in Barcelona and continues to develop and direct new film projects.
Amongst the numerous awards Dewald has won, two films he photographed have been nominated for Oscars, three have been nominated for an Emmy with two, The Life &Amp; Times of Count Visconti Luchino (2003) and Ascent of Money (2009) taking the top honour. Dewald studied film production at the Pretoria Film School in South Africa in the 80s. Over the last 28 years he has photographed over 70 anti-apartheid films for international broadcasters, more than 300 documentaries worldwide, 9 feature films and numerous drama series for TV. He lives and works out of London.
Paul has edited documentaries and feature films for over 20 years. The demand for his talent has never been higher with award winning documentaries that include Baby It’S You (Emmy), Ghosts of Rwanda (Peabody Prize), The Death Train (Hugo Award), Staying Lost (BBC Indie Awards) and a theatrical release in 2008 with Turn It Loose. His feature film credits include Reason to Die, Richard Stanley’s Dust Devil, Mike Hodges’ I'll Sleep when I'm Dead, and most recently In Transit and Lilacs. Paul lives and works in London.
Bernie had considerable commercial success in France in the 80s and 90s with a hit record and the numerous tracks he wrote for celebrated French singer, Veronique Sanson. Collaborating with Vangelis’ engineer, Philippe Colona, he then produced his album Aelita, and in 1999 he formed Izdatso, releasing two albums on Nutone/EMI America. His focus since has been as a digital composer under the alias Edith Progue, with the exquisite Timeline released in 2007 on Berlin's iconic Mille Plateaux label, winning Best Album at the Qwartz Electronic Music Awards. He lives and works in Paris.