Crown International Film Festival


About Project

Created by a team of volunteers looking for a bit of a laugh during Lockdown, SCOOTCH takes a cheeky look at how Buckinghamshire’s new e–scooter scheme foils the nefarious plans of two hapless middle-aged men.

With everyone wearing masks in public nowadays, robbing a bank (and getting away with it) should be a piece of cake. What could possibly go wrong?

Director Biography

Julie is a British TV producer and journalist who was born and bred in South Africa, where she began her career in radio and television. She specilaised in covering wildlife conservation and environmetal issues for national broadcast, and was also a radio and TV news anchor and presenter. In the UK, she has worked for both BBC World News and Sky News, specialising in foreign news and current affairs, with a special interest in the Middle East and Africa. Julie is a director of The People’s Book Prize, and has interviewed dozens of authors during lockdown to help boost their presence on social media and for use in their PR and marketing endeavours.

Project Credits

Julie Hyde Mew – Director

Julie Hyde Mew – Writer

Stevyn Colgan – Writer

Lee Farnsworth – Writer

Melanie Perry – Producer

Stevyn Colgan – Key Cast

Andrew Smith – Key Cast

Lee Farnsworth – Key Cast

Mimi Harker OBE – Key Cast

Pipp Dadd – Key Cast
“Girl at Bar”

Becky Valentine – Key Cast
“Girl at Bar”

Justine Hart – Key Cast
“Girl at Bar”

Helen Evans – Key Cast
“Grumpy Granny”

Fraser Camp – CREW

Arrun Harker – MUSIC

Stevyn Colgan – GRAPHICS

Fraser Camp – CAMERA

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