Sambrooke runs Film Hub Scotland, one of nine Hubs set up across the UK to extend film choice, increase and broaden film audiences, and enhance opportunities for audiences to engage with and learn about film.
Since 2000 Sambrooke Scott has worked in audience engagement and development for the film exhibition sector. Prior to his current role he worked in PR and Marketing for Momentum Pictures, New Zealand International Film Festival and Edinburgh International Film Festival before moving into audience development at the film development agency Scottish Screen (which later became Creative Scotland).
Annabel has spent 15 years working in film as a film festival producer, programmer, funder and project manager in Australia and the UK, and since September ’16 has been managing initiatives to grow UK film audiences in the English regions, at Film Hub North, as maternity cover for Anna Kime.
In 2016 Annabel produced the first Edinburgh Digital Entertainment Festival (EDEF), celebration of digital technology, virtual reality, interactive and live arts taking place in Edinburgh throughout the August festival season. Prior to that she managed film and creative economy development projects for Creative Skillset, worked as Film Adviser within British Council Arts, and delivered industry development programmes for London Film festival, Edinburgh Film Festival and UK Film Council alongside other independent festival and curatorial projects including stints at Sydney Festival and NIDA.
Carolyn began her career as an award-winning documentary filmmaker, before moving into exhibition and festival work. She is an experienced marketer and film programmer with a particular specialism in developing audiences for work that crosses over between visual arts and cinema.
Carolyn joined Film Hub Scotland as Coordinator in November 2013 after holding roles at Edinburgh International Film Festival, Edinburgh International Book Festival, Glasgow Film Theatre and Glasgow Film Festival.
Clare is one of the UK’s leading film, television and animation publicists, specialising in event and film festival PR. She has orchestrated press campaigns many festivals, venues and organisations including Channel 4 Television; ICO; BFI; Lighthouse; Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley; Tyneside Cinema, Borderlines Film Festival; BFI London Film Festival; AV Festival, Newcastle and North East; Cinecity: Brighton Film Festival; Cambridge Film Festival; Bradford International Film Festival, and Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival.
Clare was Associate Producer and Talent Manager for three Empire Magazine Film Awards, as well as Guest Speaker and Hospitality Co-ordinator for the Media Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival for several years. She freelanced for Premier PR and Corbett & Keene for over 10 years, handling press campaigns both at international festivals and in UK distribution.
Laura has spent 15 years as a marketer and project manager in Europe and the UK, initially in fashion retail, and for the past 8 years in the arts, heritage and film sectors. Since June 2015, Laura has been working with Film Hubs across the country to develop marketing campaigns for new releases, audience development, digital and social media marketing.
Laura has conceived marketing strategies and orchestrated campaigns for the likes of; Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival, Beacon Hill Arts, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery, Flatpack Film Festival, Keswick Film Festival as well as Film Hub Scotland, Film Hub North, Film Hub North West Central and Film Hub South West & West Midlands.