Marta Genova (Spain, 1985) is a film programmer and festival curator, most recently Head of Programming at the 2018 London Feminist Film Festival. Passionate about women’s docs and essay film, works to combat historic erasure of female/ BAME/ LGBT/ Global South filmmakers. 

Hannan Magid & Richard York Rainbow Collective, is a unique production company, formed as a social enterprise and committed to raising awareness on issues of human and childrens' rights through powerful cinematic documentaries and have collaborated with numerous organisations all over the world. 

Nuala O'Sullivan lives and works in Walthamstow. She's the founder and director of Women Over 50 Film Festival which celebrates the work of older women in front of and behind the camera. WOFFF, now in its 5th year, is an annual festival based in Brighton and Lewes and a year-round UK touring programme of short films made by and about women over 50.

Richard Clark Richard Clark is founder and Barker-In-Chief at RADIANT CIRCUS, promoting London’s DIY, indie and alternative movie nights, film events and gallery screenings. A fan of adventurous moving pictures, Richard is also working on TOKEN HOMO, a writing and screening project about queer exploitation film.

Liza Fletcher is a British born Freelance Events and Projects Manager with particular interest in community film projects, emerging talent programming and the documentary format. Having worked in British broadcasting, short film, a community film festival, film education and diversity, Liza is keen to promote local emerging talent in the borough, where she has lived since 2002.


Fletch Fletcher is the co-founder of The Walthamstow International Film Festival and London Experimental.  Poet, film-maker and adopter of found footage, his stark vision of everyday beauty in bleak urban landscapes throws a unique focus on his work in photography, moving image and spoken word.