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Our Experts

At Templeheart Films, we have plenty of expertise to assess the feasibility of new projects. However, as investors we think its a good idea to get a second opinion, so we augment our in-house skills by commissioning reports from experienced industry experts. These directors, producers and writers, examine our proposals from an artistic and technical point of view and make sure that all elements of a project look financially viable.

Paul Hyett - Director

Paul Hyett - Director Paul is quickly emerging as an upcoming new features director, well known for his unique vision. As well as directing he is one of the most highly regarded special make-up effects designers currently working in Europe. His career began as an Effects Technician on productions such as The Hours and Gladiator. Paul established his own studio which produced award-winning work on films such as The Descent, Centurion, Harry Brown and Attack The Block. Some of his latest work can be seen in The Woman In Black with Daniel Radcliffe. Paul has been nominated for numerous international awards. His work has been profiled in the horror fanzine Fangoria and made the front cover three times. Paul's expertise is not limited to special effects. He has worked as a second unit/effects director on many features.

Michael Riley - Producer

Michael Riley - Producer Since forming his production company Sterling Pictures in 1994, Michael Riley, has produced over 18 movies, making him one of the most consistent and prolific Producers in the UK. Mike broke through with 2001's In a Land of Plenty, a $14Million TV Series commissioned by the BBC. This epic drama made him one of the youngest ever producers of a major drama and earned him a Royal Television Society award nomination. In 2007 he received a Turner Prize nomination for Waiting by the Ugandan artist and film maker Zarina Bhimji. His documentary Chinas Wild West about China's controversial jade mining industry, premiered at Sundance 2009. As an avid lover of film, he sits on many film festival juries including the UK Film Council panel.