Petar Bojović is a Serbian-New Zealand independent film maker. Petar was born in Niš, in the former Yugoslavia, today's territory of Serbia. He moved to New Zealand at a young age.
Petar began his career in the media industry, working in post production at some of Australia's major television networks, including Channel 7 and Channel 9. He has since spent time at major post-production houses such as Endemol Shine and Heckler working in their editorial departments.
He made his directorial debut with the short film Radicalized, that was nominated for the Best Microfilm award, at the 2016 Independent Days Films Festival in Karlsruhe, Germany.
Leila Maktari comes with over 12 years of experience in the media industry, she has worked for some of London's and Australia's most notable television networks including, MTV, Fremantle Media, Channel 7, BSkyB and Channel 4. She helped produce a four part adventure series for Nat Geo People and is accustomed to development, asking and raising funds. Leila is excited to join the Odyssey Project.
Rupert Critchley is based in London, as a freelance director/director of photography and has been working in the film and television industry for over 9 years. Working hands on with multiple production companies on an array of projects from broadcast television, feature documentaries, TVC's branded content, short films and award winning web series.
Nicholas Ager is a sound operator from London. He has worked on major productions like Star Wars: Rogue One and Transformers: The Last Knight.
Since early 2015 he has been in the freelance world. Prior to that Nick has worked at The Chapel Studios in Wimbledon. He also has experience in film compsition working at the Soundtrack Creation and various production studios in North West London.
George Clipp is an Australian based editor with over 10 years experience in post-production. He has worked on content for a diverse range of agencies, brands, government and non-government organisations. These include Amnesty International, the Melbourne International Film Festival, the Fair Work Commission, BMW and Jetstar.
His passion lies in creating engaging and emotive narratives and finding the most effective and powerful means to communicate messages through film.
He has received numerous awards for his work such as, Best Short Film Award at the 2010 EcoFocus Film Festival and Best Documentary Category Winner at the 2017 Victorian Multicultural Film Festival along with many more.