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One of the things that makes 64RM different is our teaching experience. We can develop films for all markets but specialise in developing ones with an educational theme. We can write Ofsted standard lesson plans - we are science & drama specialists but have access to teachers in all subjects. Christopher & Andy will also develop resources that will support & enhance your film and project. 64RM are also ideally placed to develop training films for schools & corporate clients. ALL Films can come with music &/or professional voice over.

Christopher Morris is the principal writer and Projects Director for 64RM. For the last 12 years he has been teaching Drama as a Director of Performing Arts and as a Head of Drama in a number of educational establishments. Prior to that he was an actor working in film, TV and theatre across the country. He was trained at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts in London, The University of the West of England and Leeds University.

Christopher has just completed his first novel, 'The Cry of the Loon' and is now working on his second entitled 'Embers'. He has written six plays for teenagers, is working on the pilot for a TV Drama series and a new 6-part Comedy series.

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Andy Darvill is Visual Director for 64RM. He spent 10 years with the BBC as a TV Cameraman, working on all types of programme in studios and on location. He then spent a year in BBC Network Radio before moving into teaching.

He taught Science in a UK Secondary School for 16 years, along the way working alongside Chris and training many students in the operation and design of lighting and sound on school productions. He is a trustee of the charity that runs the Curzon Cinema in Clevedon, a part-time projectionist and freelance science author for several educational publishers.

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We also work with a number of experienced freelance sound and visual specialists

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