Christiane Kubrick trained as an actress then she later became more well known for her work as a highly accomplished and avidly collected artist with a passion for floral settings and still lifes. Her works were featured in two Stanley Kubrick films. She and her brother Jan Harlan are very active in preservation, exhibit production and publishing related to her husband's life work, including the Taschen mega-book The Stanley Kubrick Archives and the touring major museum exhibit.
Chris McIntyre has spent his academic career developing and managing schools of Art, Design and Media, and established film at the University of Hertfordshire, as part of the current School of Creative Arts. Outside education, Chris has a long history of working with arts charities and voluntary organisations including Arts Council England, the Crafts Council and regional arts groups. He is currently a board member of the St Albans Museum and Galleries Trust and St Albans School, and chairman of St Albans School International Management Company which is developing St Albans schools globally.
In support of film in the region, Chris has chaired the Film and Digital Media Exchange, the Hertfordshire Film Education Consortium, and the Hertfordshire Skillset Media Academy, and currently directs UHArts, the university's cultural outreach body which offers a wide arts programme, and has a major role in film development and education in the region.
Cllr Annie Brewster JP is currently the Portfolio Holder for Sport, Leisure and Heritage for the City and District of St Albans & Former St Albans Mayor. She is keen to see St Albans rightly promoted to reflect the unique balance between its two-thousand year visible history and its enviable contemporary assets, only a 20 minute train ride from London. Annie is a calligrapher with a background in ballet, international athletics, PR and marketing. She is a keen supporter of the arts throughout the District and is particularly proud of the St Albans Film Festival.