WAYNE MARC GODFREY
A high caliber film and media professional with experience in a broad range of roles including acquisition, production, finance and distribution. Wayne graduated from the University of Leeds, with a first class BA honors in Media with Management in 2005. On graduating, Wayne joined Goldcrest Films International as their European Acquisition & Development co-ordinator and at the end of 2006 became Director of Acquisitions & Development.
Scouting Cannes, Sundance, Tribecca, Rotterdam and other International Film Festivals for new content, he acquired three new features and developed a dozen new film and television products. In Spring of 2006 Wayne acted as Production Executive for Goldcrest's feature 'Elvis and Anabelle' starring Max Minghella and Blake Lively, which later sold to The Weinstein Company.
In October 2007 Wayne left Goldcrest to produce the British comedy 'Three and Out', starring Mackenzie Crook and Gemma Arterton. At the age of 26 he founded The Fyzz Limited, and in 2010 he and Robert Jones brought together their knowledge of the industry to form The Fyzz Facility.
Robert Jones' production credits include Academy Award winning films The Usual Suspects, Gosford Park and The Constant Gardener as well as Paul Thomas Anderson's Hard Eight, Stephen Frears' Dirty Pretty Things, Mike Leigh's Vera Drake, David Schwimmer's Run Fat Boy Run and Neil Marshall's Centurion.
Jones has almost three decades experience in the international feature film industry and has built an impressive track record, working with established filmmakers as well as identifying and developing new talent and commercial feature film material. Starting out in distribution and acquisition Jones was responsible at Palace Pictures and PolyGram for picking up such hits as When Harry Met Sally, Wild At Heart, Cinema Paradiso, Reservoir Dogs and Shallow Grave. His various other roles have included Head of the UK Film Council Premiere Fund and President of New Line/Entertainment joint UK production venture Material Entertainment.
Aaron Hubbard studied at Goldsmiths College, during which time he was nominated for a Royal Television Society award. Graduating with first class honors, Aaron was quickly accepted onto the prestigious MA in Screenwriting at the London College of Communication. Upon graduation he worked as a freelance script editor before joining The Fyzz in 2009.