Sophie Compton is a British director, writer, and activist who tells women’s stories of injustice. As Artistic Director of Power Play Productions, she produced and directed six plays. She has produced and directed work at Tate Modern, Science Museum, V&A, Cockpit and otherts. She is directing the documentary "Holloway", co-produced by Grierson-winning Beehive Films. Sophie has led global activist campaigns that have led to changes to UK arts policy and statutory proposals for new legislation. She has been invited to advise international NGOs including the World Economic Forum. She trained in trauma-informed practice with Clean Break and draws on community activism to develop projects that empowering in process as well as message. "Another Body" is Sophie’s feature debut. Reuben Hamlyn is a New York based filmmaker from London, England. His last film "Roger" tells the story of a service app worker who attempts to bypass technological barriers to forge a relationship with her client. The film premiered at BFI Southbank and aired on BBC Four; it was noted as "highlight" of the programme by The Guardian and featured in Vogue before winning the Jury Prize at Ennesimo Film Festival "Filosofia" and the "Young Talent Award" at the New Renaissance Film Festival. Previously, Reuben made "Brother!" - an experimental documentary about masculinity in pro-wrestling subcultures. "Another Body" is Reuben's feature debut.