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Written and Directed by

Ewan Gorman
Produced by
Barry Aldridge – executive producer
Douglas Benning – executive producer
Stephanie De Palma – producer
Jay Shurey – executive producer

Original Music by
Nigel Samways

Cinematography by
Lucas Tucknott

Sound Department
Mark Hodgkin – sound editor
Mark Hodgkin – sound recordist

Visual Effects by
Charlie James – visual effects artist
Mathew Willmshurt – visual effects artist

Editorial Department
Darren Mostyn – colorist

Music Department
Mollyhaus – composer: theme music

Toby Murray – Rapheal Greaves (Raffi)

Toby, 11, was born in Brighton. He performed as ‘Eric’ in the original cast of ‘Matilda The Musical’ both at The Courtyard Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon and The Cambridge Theatre in London’s West End for the Royal Shakespeare Company. His debut role was in Peter Pan at the Theatre Royal Brighton. Other Theatre credits include ‘Joseph’ at the Theatre Royal and he recently played the part of ‘Emil’ in the Workshops of ‘Emil and the Detectives’ for the National Theatre. His TV roles include ‘Connor’ in ‘Casualty’ and ‘Blandings’ for the BBC in which he played the part of ‘Huxley’. He is currently filming in Northern Ireland for CBBC in a lead role as ‘Dylan’ in the second series of ‘Dani’s Castle’ to be screened from Autumn 2013. Toby will also shortly be seen in French Director Patrice Leconte’s film ‘A Promise’ in which he stars alongside Alan Rickman and Rebecca Hall. He can currently be seen on TV in the ‘Cheerios’ advertising campaign, which he filmed in Barcelona and Capetown S.A .

Brenock O’Connor – Sam Aldrington

Brenock, 13, lives in Worthing, West Sussex. He started performing on stage at the age of six in the Hammond Pantomimes at the Pavilion Theatre, Worthing. Brenock won a scholarship with The Theatre Workshop in Brighton sponsored by Christopher Biggins and has since appeared in a pop video with Noah And The Whale as well as several TV adverts and a lead character part in one episode of Holby City. Many may recognise him particularly as the ‘Haribo’ boy from the advertising campaign for the popular sweets. He played the part of ‘mini-Vinnie’ Jones with the man himself in an educational film for the British Heart Foundation and has recently completed filming for a new Sky 1 comedy series, ‘Chickens’ with Jonny Sweet and Simon Bird, and Joe Thomas (Inbetweeners), alongside Barry Humphries and Sally Phillips. On stage Brenock has performed to thousands in a UK and Ireland tour of Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver, playing the part of The Artful Dodger alongside Neil Morrissey as Fagin and Samantha Barks as Nancy. Brenock also plays guitar and ukulele, has written his own songs and performs regularly in groups and solo.

Julie Hoult

Julie Hoult is from the Forest of Dean, she trained at The Guildford School of Acting leaving in 1994, going on to work in all areas from Stage/Screen/Soap to Corporate. Her favourite Actor is Yul Brynner, and film being ‘The Magnificant Seven’.  Julie is very excited to be attached to Feature Film ‘Kaleidoscope Man’ which will go into production later this year.

Jonathan Hansler

Jonathan was the star of the recent Willy Wonka style Cadbury Dairy Milk commercial TV includes My Family,Hotel Babylon,The Queens Sister,Dream Team is the star of the movie Axed (Lionsgate/Fangoria/E One.)He was also Kist the antagonist in The Devils Business.Theatre includes Hull Truck and he recently starred in the play The Last Confession written by Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees widow and at the New York Fringe he played Captain Scott of the Antarctic in The Mythmakers.Both plays were for the So And So Arts Club and directed by Sarah Berger.As a comedian he has been a Hackney Empire New Act finalist twice.

Thomas O`neill

Lucien trained at the Herbert Berghof Studio New York He is a very well known Shakespearean and Chekhovian actor, having appeared in all of Anton Chekhov’s major plays. He played James in Chance in a Million TV series, Paolo in Peter Greenaways Dante’s Inferno. Films include Michael Radford’s Nineteen Eighty Four and Robin in Olympus Force. Recently he has played a cult film director in Pelicans and Director of Operations MI6 in the soon to be released action thriller film Gatwick Gangsters

Lucien Morgan

Tommy has just returned from Australia where he worked on the Aussie film ‘Victims’. He currently has a film showing at this year’s Cannes film festival ‘One Tonne’, in which he played the lead. This summer will see the release of the film ‘Chrysanthemum’ which will hit the main stream festivals all over the world. Tommy is currently linked to two films this year ‘This Is The End’ and ‘Killing Time’, which will shoot in London

Lewis Allcock

Daniel is based in Brighton, East Sussex. He trained at the Academy Of Creative in Brighton and the International School Of Screen Acting at 3 Mills Studios in London, where he acquired a post graduate screen diploma. Daniel starred in the award winning Brighton fringe play ‘One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest’ and has appeared in the films ‘Jack Falls’ and ‘Fall Of The Essex Boys’. Currently Daniel is writing his own comedy series

Daniel Brown

Lewis was born in Blackburn, Lancashire in 1990, and moved to London in 2008 to train at the East 15 Acting School. Since graduating, he has performed in all areas of the industry. Theatre has included La Ronde at the Tristan Bates Theatre, a tour of A Christmas Carol and recently, Tristram Shandy: Gentleman at the Tabard Theatre. As well as Nightmare Hunters, film work has also included The Turn, with Timothy Bentinck (The Archers) and James Phelps (Harry Potter). Lewis is soon to appear in Woyzeck at the Redbridge Drama Centre, with Scene Productions.