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George Lenz

A leading German actor who trained in Munich, with a wide range of international credits, including Ron Howard’s Genius, David Hare’s Salting the Battlefield, Justin Hardy’s 37 Days, Joseph Vilsmeier’s Leo & Claire, Hartmut Schoen´s vom Küssen und com Fliegen, and George Milton’s Appetite.

George Lenz wanted a fresh challenge. He took the knowledge and sensitivity gained in a decade in front of the camera and began producing the kinds of bold and ambitious films he always committed to as an actor.

In 2001 he produced and acted in Detlef Bothe’s debut film Feier Tag, which won a Special Jury Prize at Munich Film Festival, and in 2004 he was a founder member of 2 many executives.  Currently the German branch of 2ManyExecutives is developing several projects for cinematic release.

Martino Sclavi

Martino Sclavi closely oversees the creative development for 2ME productions both in Germany and in the UK. He trained unofficially at the NFTS in the UK, and went on to produce groundbreaking documentaries and fiction.

In 2001 Martino founded Vanity Projects with comedian Russell Brand. In 2002 he worked alongside producer Marco Muller in his newly-founded Downtown Pictures.

In 2016 he wrote the memoir The Finch in My Brain, to be published by Hodder in the UK, June 2017.

George Milton

George Milton trained as a director with the groundbreaking Spitting Image TV show, and left to complete an MA at the Royal College of Art, making various award-winning shorts.

In 1997 he wrote and directed his debut feature film Appetite, theatrically released in 1999. He formed a writing collaboration with Mark Tilton, with whom he has written various television and feature screenplays for BBC, ITV, and FilmFour. They co-wrote The Truth, which became George’s second feature as a director in 2004.

In 2007 he produced and directed Moonmonkeys for BBC Comedy, and was a director on the 2009 season of ITV’s Comedy Cuts.In 2009 Infidel (part 1 of the Sins of London triptych) won Best UK Short at Raindance Film Festival.

He has also won over 30 major international prizes for his brand work as a writer/director: numerous IVCA/EVCOM Awards, including a Gold and a Silver for Best Director, and a Silver for Best Script; and multiple New York Festivals Awards, including a Gold for Best Director in 2015.