director and producer
Alison is a theatre and film maker who has worked in settings ranging from concert halls to prisons. The most recent production Alison produced, Inside Bitch, opened at the Royal Court Theatre this spring. As a filmmaker, Alison supported Matt White on The Tick and The Bomb, collaborating with families in the Ebbw Vale. She also co-directed and edited Make the Most of Me, receiving a nomination for Best Editor from the BAFTA-qualifying Underwire Festival. Alison supported Nick Wickham’s film of the stage production Messiah, commissioned by The Space. Alison is also an artist mentor for the Koestler Trust.
Alice has spent six years working extensively across film exhibition and talent development; including the Barbican, Film London and most recently Ffilm Cymru Wales. In 2018 she produced short documentary OBJECTIFIED, directed by Dorothy Allen-Pickard, which explores the science behind dehumanised perceptions of homeless people. Commissioned by the Museum of Homelessness and funded by the Wellcome Trust, the film screened as part of an interactive exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery and has since featured on The Guardian, Al Jazeera, 4:3 and Real Stories. Alice has an MA in Film & Literature from the University of York and a Diploma in Script Development from the NFTS.