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It's Chapter 28 and it's time to meet our newest talent: director Aurora Fearnley, lead colorist Ayumi Ashley, motion designer Akshay Tiwari and creative duo Alice and Emily Stein.

Maker Series - Chapter 28

It's Chapter 28 and it's time to meet our newest talent: director Aurora Fearnley, lead colorist Ayumi Ashley, motion designer Akshay Tiwari and creative duo Alice and Emily Stein.


Pulsar

Aurora Fearnley, Director, UK

A Peacemaker, who rejects his final mission to save an endangered planet, is believed to be cursed when a solar storm hits his spaceship. 

A modern retelling of the story of Jonah in the Belly of the Whale Writer director Aurora Fearnley has a slate of projects in development after winning The Pitch at Pinewood for Pulsar. Starring David Gyasi (Interstellar), Jessie Buckley (Wild Rose), the film won at 30+ festivals, picking up 2 Carbons in our F19 awards

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Color The Music

Ayumi Ashley, Colorist, New York

Ayumi Ashley is the lead colorist at Ntropic New York. Prior to launching Ntropic’s East Coast color division, she made a name for herself as a premier colorist in the San Francisco Bay Area. While a passion for advertising brought her to the New York market, her portfolio of work has been recognized in acclaimed feature films and music videos at leading industry festivals and publications.

Discover Ayumi's work


Möbius Dream

Akshay Tiwari, Motion Designer, United States

Akshay Tiwari is an aspiring motion designer and experimental artist. His primary focus is upon visual narratives and problem solving through procedural abstraction.

In his words, Möbius Dream is a listener of alien frequencies, a creation true in his pursuit t of finding the golden mean between technicality and narrative.


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Nora

Alice and Emily Stein, Directors, United Kingdom

For older women, our society can often seem like an unwelcoming place. What space is there for older women in our world when even the luminously beautiful. Where we do celebrate the beauty of older women – laughter lines, wrinkles and all – it’s often a cynical marketing move from advertisers wanting to tap into the lucrative ‘grey pound’, rather than a genuine attempt at diversity.

And while women like Meryl Streep continue to kill it, for every Meryl there’s a thousand overlooked, talented women being shunted to the sidelines or made to play roles (in films, or in life) that aren’t worthy of their gifts.

London-based creative duo Alice and Emily Nowness' series challenges how our society views ageing to celebrate the vitality of older women


Check out Nora