MALCOLM GREEN writes & directs short, medium and long-form film. For cinema to Instagram Stories and all platforms in between. His speciality is human beings. His warm, emotionally powerful storytelling has won major awards for blue chip companies and NGOs.
In the last year he has filmed in the United Arab Emirates, Alaska, China, Ghana and Colombia, filming beautiful stories about inspirational people. He’s even been to Enfield.
‘Pearls’, his much celebrated short film about the elderly was voted a Best of The Best at the global Fujifilm Shorts Awards. In 2016, his Telenor films took gold and silver at the Cannes Dolphins and 'Millicom 25' took gold at the PR Week Global Awards. 'The Forever Project', his film for the National Holocaust Centre, won a Best Film award at the 2017 Charity Film Awards. His “We Heart Trade” films for Maersk scooped Best Director, Best Editing and the festival's overall Grand Prix award, as well as five additional Gold awards.
Previously, he worked in Advertising as a copywriter and creative director, latterly as a co-founder and Executive Creative Director of DLKW, London’s fastest growing advertising agency of the 21st Century, which was sold to Creston plc in 2008.
MARC CAVE executive-produces all Green Cave People projects. He leads development, finance and oversees production. When the film is a project commissioned by a brand, he creates the strategy required to deliver a script or synopsis which meets the brand's brief.
Prior to the films he has executive-produced at Green Cave People, he produced a series of cinema shorts for Amnesty International which helped end the practice of waterboarding by the CIA, and the viral smash-hit 'Napster Girl' videos. He executive-produced 'The Art of Travel' documentary for Channel 4, in association with British Airways, written by and starring Alain de Botton, and the two ground-breaking 'Lives of the Artists feature-length documentaries - a collaboration between the Coca-Cola energy drink brand Relentless and Channel 4.
Marc previously worked in Advertising. He ran single and multi-office agencies and led or managed 33 acquisitions, two global mergers and two sales. He founded content agency Drugstore which he built and sold to Erasmus Partners in 2008. His ad campaigns include Tesco “Every Little Helps” and Stella Artois "Reassuringly Expensive" which won two IPA Effectiveness Grand Prix, two Marketing Society Grand Prix and two Campaign ‘Advertiser of the Year’ awards.