The Team

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  • Matt Cusworth

    Technical demonstrator

    After a short stint as an offline editor, Matt decided that production was where his passions lay. Working initially as an assistant director and stand-by prop man for the BBC until he eventually found his calling in the camera department. From his 8 years working in industry, matts television and film credits include:...

  • Ravi Deprees

    Professor of Moving Image

    Ravi Deprees, Professor of Moving Image, is an award winning photographer, film maker and artist who has established an international reputation for focusing on the intersection of the still and moving image. His work involves themes of identity, use of historical archives, psychology and the subconscious, expressed through...

  • Frank Mannion

    Senior Lecturer Film Distribution and Marketing / Movie Producer, Swipe Films

    Frank Mannion runs the award-winning production, sales and distribution company, Swipe Films. The company has built up a valuable library of over 25 films, winning over 100 awards at major festivals around the world, including the Cannes and Sundance Film Festivals. Frank Mannion's movies include: 'Get Lucky'...

  • Alan McQueen

    Specialist Lecturer / Writer and Producer

    Alan McQueen has spent the last 30 years working with the most important and influential UK film companies. He started his career in the film and home entertainment industry in 1983 with MSD Holdings. He then joined Palace Pictures, headed by Nik Powell and Steve Woolley. Palace Pictures were the most inventive, influential and...

  • Dr Xavier Mendik

    Professor in Film/Director of the Cine-Excess International Film Festival

    Xavier Mendik  is Professor of Cult Cinema Studies within  Birmingham School of Media , from where he runs the  Cine-Excess  International Film Festival ( www.cine-excess.co.uk ). His research interests focus on the study of European and American cult and horror cinema, and he has published and broadcast widely in these areas...

  • Pip Piper

    Lecturer in Film and Live Project Tutor

    Pip has been producing films for over 15 years from corporate to music videos to documentary and feature film. His debut feature film 'The Insatiable Moon', which he produced with Tim Sanders (Lord of the Rings / Whale Rider) and shot in NZ in late 2009, won Best Foreign Film at Moondance in the US and Best Actor and Best...

  • Lee Thomas

    Senior Lecturer in Film Distribution and Marketing (for Distance Learning Mode)

    Lee has produced and executive produced over 20 short films and 15 feature films in the past 15 years including Michael Winterbottom's Silver Bear winning The Road to Guantanamo ; Debbie Isitt's top box office hit Nativity and Penny Woolcock's controversial hip-hop musical 'One Day'. His first feature Crush , starring...

  • Eugenio Triana

    Course Director MA Film Distribution and Marketing

    Eugenio Triana is the course director for Film Futures, the Marketing and Distribution course for Birmingham City University. He has worked in all areas of the film industry and his personal interest is in new developments in technology for film production and distribution. Current: Teaches the Contemporary Industry...

  • Matt Tromans

    Subject Leader Film & Animation

    An experienced and dynamic creative producer, director and writer with major international feature film credits and a strong track record in critically acclaimed and commercially successful cinema. Matt has worked as a producer in Europe and America, he has an extensive knowledge of film and related industries.

  • Nathan Tromans

    Head of School, School of Visual Communication

    Nathan Tromans background as a Photographer, with an interest in contemporary art and music, provides the backbone to his role in encouraging interdisciplinary practice. Managing some 600 students across the UK, Hong Kong and Thailand, Nathan is committed to ensuring courses have vocational relevance and is active in developing...

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