Constantinos Christofi

Constantinos was born in Limassol, Cyprus and moved to Sheffield, U.K in 2018 in order to undertake a BA in film and media production at Sheffield Hallam University. He has in the time since gained experience in screenwriting, directing and acting. He has had multiple short films accepted into festivals throughout his short career in filmmaking and hopes to continue to broaden his horizons going forward into the film industry after graduation.

 

Constantinos, known as ‘Con’ to his friends, is an accomplished dancer who often stars in the short films he directs. He is an active member of the LGBTQ+ community and upholds a strong code of diversity and equality which remains integral to the films he creates. Constantinos hopes that in the future he will become a household name for writing and directing, with films known for their diversity and ability to touch people’s hearts.

Pas De Deux (2021)

CAST:
Constantinos Christofi
Lucy Scruton
CREW:
Directed by: Constantinos Christofi
Written by: Constantinos Christofi & Chris Bromley
Produced by: Heather Bennie
Director of Photography: Chris Bromley
Film Editor: Chris Bromley
Sound Designer: Lawrence Beer
Music Composed by: Filip Horvat

Choreography by: Constantinos Christofi

SYNOPSIS: A short dance-drama about an unlikely pair who find a connection through ballet.

Haresh Sood

Course

MA Filmmaking

Awards

Outstanding Achievement Award Tagore International Film Festival 2021

Haresh achieved a Distinction on the MA Filmmaking course.

He is a Film-maker and Barrister. He has worked as an Actor, Stand-Up Comedian and writer.

His biggest inspirations in film have been Mira Nair, Pedro Almodovar and he is a big fan of Onir in India.

‘My Niece’s Big Fat Delhi Wedding’ (2021) was inspired by the hit film ‘Monsoon Wedding’. The film showcases the Delhi high life of the Kohli family who live in its suburb called Gurugram. Filmed over a 10-day period, the documentary demonstrates all the ‘C’ words of an Indian wedding – the ‘charisma’, the ‘chaos’, the ‘crying’, the ‘colour’, and its ceremonies such as ‘choora’ and ‘caleeray’, and above all the comedy!

Editor – Will Cocker
Music Director – James Gibbons MacGreggor
Assistant Director – Sarita Sood
Content Writer/Translator – Ramesh Gualani
Web Designer – Simon Thorne