Sam Hobkinson has written and directed a broad range of documentary and drama for British and American television, and has twice been recipient of the ‘Grierson’ British Documentary Award; in 2007 for WHO CARES ABOUT ART, and, in 2012, for THE LOVE OF BOOKS: A SARAJEVO STORY. His work spans landmark arts documentary series, such as VENICE for the BBC, to war-zone documentaries and testimony-led films, such as the feature length film, INSIDE THE HUNT FOR THE BOSTON BOMBERS, which won the Real Screen Award. His most recent film is the Feature Documentary collaboration with artist Damien Hirst TREASURES FROM THE WRECK OF THE UNBELIEVABLE.
Adrian Sibley has 20 years experience in the TV and film industry. He has directed and produced many documentaries for the BBC most recently THE ROAD TO PALMYRA. He has directed arts documentaries like HOW TO GET A HEAD IN SCULPTURE, landmark arts series such as FAULKS ON FICTION, profiles including Anthony Hopkins, Dino De Laurentiis and Anthony Gormley and music documentaries THE KATE BUSH STORY: RUNNING UP THAT HILL and PRINCE: LAST YEAR OF A LEGEND for C4. He has also written movie scripts for Nicole Kidman and Gary Oldman.