Nicholas Agnew


Nicholas Agnew is a Director, Producer, Writer and Actor. His debut feature film Seat 25 has won international acclaim, winning numerous awards, including 5 ‘Best Feature’ awards as well as awards for cinematography, acting and a nomination for Best Screenplay.

Nicholas trained as a professional actor and has worked extensively in film, television and theatre for the last 10 years. Recent credits include Journey’s End, The Lost City of Z, The Man Who Knew Infinity, Kingsman: The Secret Service, ITV’s Victoria and the forthcoming series The Singapore Grip.

Madeleine Cooke


Madeleine is the co-writer/ director/ producer of Remembering the Future. She has over ten years’ experience working in the entertainment industry. After training as a professional actress, she has worked in film, theatre and television and has written for the theatre, where her work has been performed in London and regionally.

In 2016 she co-wrote, produced and starred in the multi-award-winning feature film Seat 25, picking up 2 awards for Best Actor. She is a co-founder and director of UK production company Lagom Pictures.

Joe Kaufman


Joe studied Editing and Post-Production at the prestigious Ravensbourne University. In 2016 he worked as cinematographer and post-production supervisor on Seat 25 for Lagom Pictures and was awarded the ‘Outstanding Cinematography’ award at Tallgrass Film Festival in 2017 for his work on the film.

Alongside his work on feature films, Joe runs Red Kite Films, a production company specialising in art-house, lifestyle and documentary filmmaking.

Callum Gale


Callum has had a life-long love of cinema and storytelling, which led him first to theatre and then on to creating his own short films. He studied editing and post-production at Ravensbourne University in London. He edited Seat 25 and alongside his freelance work, he works extensively with both Lagom Pictures and Red Kite Films.

Callum is also a writer and in 2014 wrote the British feature film Vandalis. Callum’s interest in symbolism and the language of film can be seen throughout his work and has inspired his unique editing style.

Howard Bentley


Howard’s experience covers producing feature films, including Seat 25, commercial films and live productions at venues such as the Royal Albert Hall and the O2 Arena for audiences of up to 28,000 people.

In addition to his work in the arts, Howard is an experienced Management Consultant working in a variety of sectors (Retail, Financial Services, Energy, Rail, Defence, Health, Public Services) – private and public, large and small.