Jörg Buttgereit

Born in 1963, the year following the Oberhausen Manifesto’s demands for a “new German feature film” predicated upon “new freedoms,” liberated from “the influence of commercial partners” and “the control of special interest groups,” Buttgereit received his first Super-8 camera as a First Holy Communion present.

M.J. Dixon

MJ Dixon was born in Sunderland, North East England. He started his career in film working as a PA on local low budget indie productions and soon grew to have aspiration of creating his own feature length films. Studying a degree in both filmmaking and screen-writing at the University Of Central Lancashire as well as the initiation of the company Mycho Entertainment Group led to the production of his first No Budget feature Creepsville.


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