By Olivia Mace
When Joe goes out and buys an A.I device for their home, Anya isn’t too happy. But when Anya returns from her night shift at the hospital, she and Intelligence get talking. She has some concerns. Luckily, Intelligence can provide the answer to any question.
Meet the cast
Sam Frenchum (Joe)
Trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Film credits include:
Private peaceful, creations stories.
TV credits include:
Granchester and holby city.
The Power, The Crown, Ideal, Inside No 9, Black Mirror.
Happy New Year Colin Burstead, Jellyfish , Kaleidoscope, Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang, Vera Drake, Mr Turner.
Sinead Matthews (Anya)
Olivia Mace is a writer, performer and composer.
Writing Credits include:
The Mad Maid of Kent (Vault and Merge Festivals 2017) Dancing Shoes (Little Pieces of Gold Festival, Southwark Playhouse), Gone Fishing (The Canal Cafe Theatre, Vaults 2018) Under the Bridge (Small Truth Theatre) Playing the King (Creation Theatre) The Ballad of Knottyhull (Small Truth Theatre), Bleak House a musical adaptation (Creation Theatre) The Merry Wives of WhatsApp (Creation Theatre)
RightSwipe (Amazon Prime) As an actor she has worked at Keswick's Theatre by the Lake, Theatre Clwyd, Cyrmru and appeared in Doctors (BBC), Dominion (NBC), and The Feed (Amazon Prime).
Jon Fiber has worked in theatre for over 25 years, mainly composing music and designing sound for shows that have toured the world and played to hundreds of thousands of theatre goers.
Credits for theatre music includes:
‘The Gruffalo’, ‘Room on The Broom’, and ‘The Gruffalo’s Child’. Recent show highlights include, Wilde Creatures (UK and International tour), The Canterville Ghost (UK tour), The Gruffalo (UK and international tours), The Gruffalo’s Child (UK and international tours), Room on the Broom (UK and International tours), The Snow Dragon (UK and international tours), Emily Brown and The Thing (UK tour), What the Ladybird Heard (UK and international tours).
Sound design includes:
‘The Comedy about a Bank Robbery’ (West End, UK Tour and Moscow)
Over the last few years, Jon has produced theatre video trailers for shows such as ‘La Strada’, ‘The Comedy about a Bank Robbery’, ‘The Tiger That Came To Tea’, ‘Dinosaur World’ and ‘Romeo ask Juliet’ amongst others.
Camera - Sound - Editor
Kevin trained as an actor at LAMDA.
Credits include Tartuffe and Juno and the Paycock, (National Theatre), On McQuillan’s Hill, (Finborough) Lieutenant of Inishmore (Curve). TV credits include Warrior (HBO/Cinemax), Doctors (BBC) The Year London Blew Up (CH4).
Having dabbled in music over many years, this is his first time adding any to a film.