Crew

Despite the additional challenges of shooting during a global pandemic, the production of Where is Lucy? in Dubai brought together a talented, international crew previously working alongside Hollywood directors like Michael Bay or Brad Bird.

For over twenty years, Miranda Davidson has trained and cast literally hundreds of talents in the US and the Middle East for movies including Fast and Furious 7, Mission Impossible 7, Brad Pitt’s War Machine, and Michael Bay’s 6Underground.

Miranda

Producer/Casting Director

Rawan Almasri is a passionate make-up artist who always loves being on set and looks forward to new challenges. On the set of Where is Lucy? she also filled the role of personal assistant to the director, Salma Azzam.

Rawan

Make-up Artist

Duncan Capp is a leading professional from UK-based International Special Effects (IFX). Since 2004, IFX has honed their expertise and developed their technical systems to produce world-class special effects quickly and efficiently, for both independent and big budget productions across the world.

Duncan

Special Effects Supervisor

Adam Benobaid started his music career at the age of thirteen, playing flute and guitar, later turning to piano, which sparked his ambition to become a composer. Although his home country Kuwait had strong restrictions on musical expression, Adam participated in concerts around the Gulf, before studying Music Production for Media in London.

Adam

Composer

Saad Alkharouf is an award-winning UAE-based cinematographer who has worked with industry greats, including BAFTA-nominee Brian Breheny, and Norman Schwartz, best known for his work on ET. His cinematic compositions and technical accuracy have led him to work on short films, TV-series, commercials, and music videos.

Saad

Director of Photography

Rezek Saadeh is a passionate First Assistant Director, fully committed to filmmaking and television production. Always up to date with the latest industry technologies, Rezek is also an avid photographer and painter, continuously training his eye and mind to create both better compositions and more compelling narratives.

Rezek

First Assistant Director

Gabriela Noser is a Swiss national who has worked across many parts of the world. With over twenty years’ experience in the Gulf, her career has pivoted from being a leading Events Director, to take on the challenges as an Art Director in the film, entertainment, and live events industry. Her creativity, can-do attitude and broad smiles brighten up every film set.

Gabriela

Art Director