Prior to embarking on his dreams of becoming a filmmaker, Andy owned a video store, a business he acquired from the Apollo Home Entertainment chain. The local film business was blossoming until online rental and the rise of VOD put an abrupt end to the market, long before Netflix and chill. So he diverted his attention to the serious business of TV and the rest is his story.
Mundy-Castle holds a BA in Media & Film from the University of East London and an MA in Documentary Filmmaking from Goldsmiths. Alumni of the prestigious IDFA Academy and a recipient of a Commonwealth Broadcasting Award, Mundy-Castle has produced content in over 20 countries. He has made films for all the major British broadcasters, including the RTS nominated Giving up the Weed (Channel 4), BAFTA nominated Battyman (Channel 4), Lenny Henry The Commonwealth Kid (BBC), Britain at The Bookies (BBC), Rip-Off Britain (BBC), Life on Benefits (Channel 5), GP’s Behind Closed Doors (Channel 5), The Invictus Games (BBC) and The One Show (BBC) amongst a host of others.
Mundy-Castle co-owns and created the format What Did I Do Last Night? Distributed by DRG. He produced and directed the multi award winning independent feature The Fade, featuring Pharrell Williams. He has produced content for a number of brands including Nike, Footlocker, Tesco’s, Coca-Cola, USAID and Alfa Romeo.
He is a father of one boy and ran the Barcelona Marathon in 2017 for Age Concern.
Roy rarely mentions his early career as a child actor, though is often reminded by his kids pulling it up on You-Tube. He played roles in Britains most popular children’series‘Grange Hill’, primetime drama The Bill, west end musicals and Pepsi TV ads.
Behind the camera his passion for sport led him to producing live European Champions League Football for ShowTime Sport. He then moved into factual entertainment programmes producing Fashanu’s Football Challenge’for (Bravo), Britains first football reality show. He went onto produce and direct ‘Football Icon’ for (Sky One) which gave young unsigned talent the chance to win a contract with Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea .
Roy was part of the team that created Katie & Peter: The Next Chapter, series producing ITV2’s highest rated show at the time. Other notable films include: Abi Titmus: A Modern Day Morality Tale for (Channel 4), produced and director BBC’s Heir Hunters, and Channel 5’s prime time show Nightmare Neighbours Next Door.
Outside of mainstream television, Roy has a passion for making films on leadership in Africa. He spent 3 years living in Zimbabwe making a feature length documentary,‘ Mugabe: Villain or Hero? He was the first western-based filmmaker to gain unbound access to former President Robert Mugabe winning several awards for the film.
He has screened his films and given lectures in factual storytelling at various academic institutions including, Oxford University, Harvard, Morehouse, and New York University. He has written articles for The Guardian, The Independent, New African and African Business.
Roy supports Arsenal and has three little boys that keeps his heart rate ticking and grey hairs sprouting.
Technical Director VR
With a master degree in communication and a audio visual production, Thibault entered in the world of Virtual Reality through France Télévision. He was 360 consultant on the international co-production ‘The Enemy’, an experience that brought you face-to-face with combatants from three conflict zones. This multi-awarded peace building experience gave him a first glance of the potential of VR to deeply impact people.
Thibault has also worked on projects as a 360 and VR specialist for organisations such as the United Nations, TedX, Geneva University Hospital and Institut Le Rosey / World VR Forum
Jonathan Moy de Vitry
Diversity defines Jonathan. Born Asian American, raised in the international community of Geneva, Switzerland, he’s not just a cultural mix but also varied in his areas of interest and expertise. On paper, he’s a management specialist with a Master’s degree in innovation from Gothenburg University, Sweden. In his worldview, he’s technologist with a devotion to science inherited from his biochemist father. At heart, he’s an artist / designer enthralled by elegant solutions and creative endeavors.
Unsurprisingly, Jonathan is happiest and most effective in roles that unite these seemingly disparate passions. After participating in a VR science storytelling program at CERN in 2015, Jonathan began a project using immersive media as a way to talk about mental health issues, having himself struggled with ADHD since childhood. From there he continued to develop 360 / video content to leverage VR in building understanding among the public about topics such as climate change.