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Claire Stevens

Sound Designer

A Graduate from Film at Falmouth University, Claire has joined the Script 2 Screen team as Project Supervisor, bringing her experience in film producing, sound design and recording. Previously producing a documentary featuring Tony Robinson, she was 1st AD for short film Synthetica (Winner of Best Cinematography, Reading Fringe; Official Selection at the Skinny Short Film Festival, Fingal Film Festival and Thurrock International Film Festival). 2015 also saw Claire in the Sound Department on feature film Brown Willy as well as editor for CMS Supatrak’s E-Learning library.
Hobbies/Interests: Piano, Sea Swimming and Home-Brew Beer

The Other Side of the Postcard

CMS Supatrak

Clips From Calais

Jake Graves

Editor and Colourist

Jake Graves is a social documentary filmmaker, recently graduated from Film at Falmouth University. He specialises in Post-Production and has recently worked with Script 2 Screen Media as Editor on their Amnesty International endorsed documentary O Outro Lado do Cartão-Postal (Morris and Melo, 2016). Jake is currently directing a self-initiated documentary Calais: On the Road to Relief, following the chains of aid from the UK to Calais and Dunkirk for the ongoing migrant crisis. The film is funded by a Falmouth University Graduate Funding scheme, the Emily Hobhouse Bursary. Jake has previously worked with Twofour Group, BBC and NBC’s Travel Channel.

The Other Side of the Postcard

Clips From Calais

Anne-Sophie Marie Martin


Following a BA in Comparative Literature between the US, France and Ireland, Anne-Sophie trained in Dramaturgy/Literary Management at the Tony award winning Guthrie Theater, Minneapolis. She later moved to New York for a degree in acting and screenwriting.
Plays include: Clouds, Waves and Taxidermy (Minnesota Fringe), The Art of Being Psychotic (Vignettes of the Apocalypse, NYC)The Ballerina (Theatre 503's RWR) and Spiritualists (Staged-reading at The Rose Playhouse, London).
Screenplays include: Couch Potato (post-production, 19-09 Pictures), Goodbye Fusion (BlueCat 2015's top 5%). She has also written scenes for actors's reels.

When she doesn't write, Anne-Sophie translates (English/French), acts, and sings.