Alice's work in comedy has seen her star in numerous films and TV shows, PADDINGTON, HOT FUZZ, GARTH MARENGHI'S DARKPLACE, etc. The Edinburgh show of DARKPLACE saw her sharing the Perrier Award with her co-stars. She had three series of her sketch show ALICE'S WUNDERLAND for BBC Radio 4. Last year she won Screen Daily's RISING HORROR STAR award. And was one of four nominees for the prestigious IWC Schaffhausen Award. She is currently developing her new feature TIMESTALKER.
Abdulla continued at this post for the next four years gaining valuable hands-on experience in production. Knowing that he always wanted to be in the Director's seat, Abdulla moved to Paris in 2009 to pursue a Master's Degree in Filmmaking at the Ecole Internationale de Creation Audiovisuelle et de Realisation.
Afterwards, Abdulla pursued a career in filmmaking where he directed his first award-winning short film, The Philosopher with famed French actor Jean Reno. His second short won two awards at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival 2014 including Best International Short. His first feature-length film, Only Men Go To The Grave won Best Film at the Dubai International Film Festival 2016.
- The Philosopher (2011, Short, Narrative)
- Koshk (2014, Short, Narrative)
- Only Men Go To The Grave (2016, Feature Narrative)
His debut feature ‘THE WARRIOR’ was shot in India nominated for three Bafta awards, winning Best British Film and Best Debut Film. His feature ‘SENNA’, the story of the Brazilian motor racing legend Ayrton Senna, was nominated for three Bafta awards, winning Best Documentary and Best Editing. ‘AMY’, about singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse is the most successful British Documentary of all time, winning numerous awards including the Academy Award, BAFTA, European Film Award and a Grammy. Kapadia recently directed two episodes of the critically acclaimed series MINDHUNTER for producer David Fincher and Netflix.