Lee Mackintosh Jones
The founder of Diabolical-Liberties, a theatre director and a film-maker. Lee was born in Benbecula, The Outer Hebrides, Scotland. He was invited to Poland to direct Macbeth in the Silesian Theatre in Katowice. He lives between Poland and London. He is a graduate of the Werner Herzog Film School. Lee has directed numerous theatre plays in London. His theatre credits include: GOB, Whiskey in the jar, Polar Bears, Macbeth. In Los Angeles Lee has worked with Bill Ball at ACT and Werner Herzog (Rogue Film School). Matka (The Mother) is his first feature film.
Natalia is a graduate of the Krzysztof Kieslowski Radio and Television Department at the University of Silesia and the University of Economics in Katowice. After graduating she started to work for Silesian Theatre in Katowice. In her job she is active and concentrated. Natalia constantly cooperates with filmmakers, theatre directors and musicians and works creating big campaigns to promote Silesia Region and its assets.
Joanna is a graduate of the University of Silesia (Journalism and Film and Television Production) and Universidade Lusófona in Lisbon. For several years she was working in media – among others, as an editorial assistant in monthly industrial magazines and as a radio and TV reporter in Polish Public Television. Joanna gained her first film production experience at a Portuguese production company based in Lisbon – Check The Gate, where she was involved in commercial production and location management.
Marta is a graduate of the Krzysztof Kieslowski Radio and Television Department at the University of Silesia in Katowice. She completed the Andrzej Wajda’s Master School of Film Directing course for the Creative Producers in Warsaw in 2011 and supports development of the movie industry in Silesia. Marta has worked in many feature productions. Currently, as well as the “Matka” production, she is developing her first personal project.