as Jamesy

A Belfast native with over 60 credits to his name, Lalor Roddy is one of the prominent faces of Northern Irish cinema. Known as the Catspaw Assassin from Season 1 of GAME OF THRONES, his other notable roles include HUNGER (2008), GRABBERS (2012) and THE 18th ELECTRICITY PLAN (2006).


as Séamus

After being street cast for a supporting role in the Dublin-based feature KISSING CANDICE (2017), Seaghán Óg has built a name for himself as a tough-talking method actor.



Gursimran Sandhu is a Staff Writer on season 8 of GAME OF THRONES and an award-winning writer-director. Her short film HOMECOMING screened in over 45 festivals and was a finalist for the Director's Guild of America Student Award. Her personal essay "When My Indian Mom Divorced My Dad, She Became an Outcast. It Also Saved Her Life" went viral on the Huffington Post. She is currently based in Los Angeles.



Graduating with an honours degree in Design in Applied Arts: Performance Costume Design from Edinburgh University’s Edinburgh College of Art, Katy earned a traineeship on HBO's Game of Thrones. Seven seasons later, under the guidance of three-time Emmy award winning designer Michele Clapton, Katy has fine tuned her craft and risen through the ranks within the costume department. Katy has worked across the UK and Europe on many other productions including Black Mirror, Filth, The Railway Man and Kill Your Friends.



At the University of Manchester, Stephanie developed a specific interest in editing. Following graduation, she joined HBO’s new show, Game of Thrones. Having worked on all seven seasons, Steph has spent the last three working as Assistant Editor to BAFTA winner Crispin Green. She has worked on an array of TV and film productions, most notably for the BBC, ITV, Universal, Fox/Scott Free and Netflix, moving between Belfast, London and Manchester. In 2016 Steph also completed work as an Assembly Editor for a feature film starring Sam Rockwell and Ben Schwartz, before becoming Editor of ITV’s The Frankenstein Chronicles starring Sean Bean.



Michael fell in love with the moving image at a young age. He earned an M.F.A. in Film Production from Chapman University’s Dodge College, where he was nominated for the Kodak Scholarship and twice received the Panavision New Filmmaker Grant. In a career spanning more than a decade, Michael has lensed a wide variety of projects, including three feature films; dozens of shorts, commercials and music videos; TV pilots for Catherine Hardwicke (Twilight) and Chris Bradley (Pittsburgh); and live theater with actor-director Tim Robbins. Michael is also an accomplished visual journalist, having worked on four continents.



Composer Anthony Willis has taken a running leap into the Neverland of film scoring, working on some of the hottest projects of recent years. Working alongside Oscar-nominated composer John Powell, Willis has written additional music for the smash hit animated films How to Train Your Dragon 2 and Rio 2, as well as the Joe Wright family film, Pan. Anthony has also collaborated with Henry Jackman, composing additional music for the 2016 Sundance winner Birth of a Nation, as well as working alongside renowned composers Harry Gregson-Williams (The Martian), Mark Isham (Papa: Hemingway in Cuba) and Heitor Pereira (Despicable Me 2, Smurfs 2). As the sole composer, Willis recently scored the witty romantic comedy, L.A. Times, airing at Sundance 2017, as well as the thriller The Hive (where he collaborated with international renowned DJ, Steve Aoki). Anthony’s work can also be heard in Disney’s upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (additional music to Geoff Zanelli), Universal's Jason Bourne (additional programming to John Powell) and Paramount Picture’s sci-fi adventure film, Monster Trucks (additional music to David Sardy).