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. He directed the feature length film, INSIDE THE HUNT FOR THE BOSTON BOMBERS, which won the Real Screen Award, a collaboration with artist Damien Hirst TREASURES FROM THE WRECK OF THE UNBELIEVABLE and THE KLEPTOCRATS that investigates the theft of over $3 Billion from the Malaysian government. He recently directed the three part Netflix series FEAR CITY and the feature documentary MISHA AND THE WOLVES.
Adrian Sibley has directed and produced many documentaries for the BBC including THE ROAD TO PALMYRA where he travelled through war torn Syria with Don McCullin and Dan Crucikshank, and LOOKING FOR ENGLAND with McCullin. Arts films include BAFTA winner THE SHOW MUST GO ON, HOW TO GET A HEAD IN SCULPTURE, landmark series FAULKS ON FICTION and profiles of Anthony Hopkins and Anthony Gormley. And music films THE KATE BUSH STORY: RUNNING UP THAT HILL, CHRIS PACKHAM: FOREVER PUNK and PRINCE: LAST YEAR OF A LEGEND for C4. He is executive producer on ARABIA WITH LEVISON WOOD for Discovery, GENERATION GRIME for Sky Arts and the feature documentary MISHA AND THE WOLVES. He has also written movie scripts for Nicole Kidman and Gary Oldman.