Entering the film industry as an actress, Louise led in award-winning short films whilst developing her skills as a creative producer. In 2017, Louise co-created, produced and led alongside Scottish BAFTA-winner Sophie Kennedy Clark in her sci-fi short film, “How to be Human”. The film screened at international and BAFTA-qualifying festivals including Sitges, Raindance, Encounters, inside the Museum of Mexico City and at Miami International, where it won “best sci-fi” and Louise “best actress”. Following its success, How to be Human secured worldwide distribution via DUST and attracted investment for a slate of feature-length projects to be developed under Slowcooked.
Louise has been selected for BAFTA Crew 2021, is a tutor at Cambridge University on the Writing for Performance MA, a mentor to students on the Raindance Postgraduate Film MA programme, on the jury of the EMIFF 48 hour film competition, recognised as an Ethical Influencer and regarded by the BAFTA Albert Consortium as a Carbon Literate filmmaker.
Louise Salter | Creative Producer
Bruno is a Brazilian-born, London-based filmmaker who started his career in 2008 with OHMS, the UK’s first short film shot in 4K and also featured in BBC’s “Class of 2008”. He has also worked as a multimedia producer for The Sunday Times, receiving the Best Video Journalism Award. Since then, Bruno has established himself as a content creator and commercials director, also directed several short films, music promos and art commissions including working with David Hockney on an Art Drive! ICA commission in partnership with BMW.
Most recently, Bruno’s short sci-fi film, How to be Human screened internationally BAFTA and Oscar-qualifying film festivals, winning Best Short Film at Miami International Sci-Fi Film Festival and successfully raised development funding to be adapted into a feature-length film with Bruno attached to direct.
Bruno Centofanti | Director & Producer