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Hazel Chandler     hazel@wildernessfilms.co.uk

CEO and Producer/director

Hazel trained as a psychiatric nurse before doing her masters in Film and Television at the Royal College of Art. She started her fimmaking career making music videos and shorts for NGOs like Amnesty International. She started Wilderness Productions in 2005 and now has over 20 years experience in documentary and current affairs filmmaking and has made award winning films all over the world for BBC, Discovery, Channel 4 and Aljazeera. Hazel co-founded and is director of  'WAYout' in Sierra Leone, a charity offering free training and facilties in media and the arts to street youth. She now spends half the year in Freetown. The testimonies she recorded of Ebola victims were shown all over the world and were the first to give voice to the many brave Sierra Leoneans fighting the disease. 

Hazel is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Creative Director of the Fellow's Artists Network.

Please send any proposals to Hazel.

 

 

Michael Chandler     michael@wildernessfilms.co.uk 

Michael is CEO of Union Chapel having worked for 6 years for Cardboard Citizens. He is a writer-director. His short drama ‘The Fall’ had a successful international festival run and he has since completed two more short dramas 'Move' and 'AK', and the award-winning documentary ‘WAYOUT’ was screened around the world. Michael also works extensively in managing International charities,

 co-founding WAYout, an arts charity in Sierra Leone. Michael ran

 animation and film projects with a group of homeless children for

 the charity Shelter, and directed bi-lingual dramas for Marie Stopes.

 Michael was previously a soundtrack producer and radio DJ,

 which led to his most recent short, critically acclaimed

 Stay Sailing’.

 

 

 

 

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