About Us

Meet the
bohemians

Here are the people making Bohemia Media happen: from those responsible for running the company, to those creating the content, amplifying voices and working with us to ensure that film, performance and the creative arts showcases all stories.

Head of Acquisitions

Andy Caley

At Bohemia Media, Andy Caley acquires and manages projects from script stage to completion that champion diversity and support individual voices.

After briefly working in development at TV production company, Sugar Films, he began in acquisitions at Head Gear Films, a film production and finance company. Currently, he liaises with producers on new projects in need of funding services, analysing packages for film,TV, theatre, games and other mediums.

In 2018, he founded Curiouser and Curiouser Pictures, a film and television production company that sources, develops and produces stories that are led by marginalised groups, authentically representing our diverse world.

His first project, a short film called Luna’s Ghosts, is told entirely through British Sign Language with queer characters and is Executive Produced by Stephen Fry.

He got his foot in the door by working at multiple companies, including Heyday Films, Dan Films, Sprout Pictures, Pathé Productions and Studio Canal. Before filmmaking, Andy worked in film journalism, covering festivals, premieres and press events. He is a graduate of a First-Class Honours degree in BA Film and Creative Writing from the University of Essex.

Founder

Lucy Fenton

Lucy has a background in theatre producing and acting as well as extensive event and marketing experience.

With Phil Hunt, she is one of the co-owners of The Apple Tree, Clerkenwell and came up with the original idea for Bohemia: a network of places, both online and in real life, where people can be their weird and wonderful selves without judgement.

Lucy graduated from Brasenose College, Oxford University with a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics – but don’t hold that against her.

She also has an MA Performance: Screen Acting from Drama Centre London. Notable places that she has worked include London Zoo, the BBC, Chene Bleu Wines and she most recently produced and performed at Park Theatre, London.

Credit to David Hockney for the name idea, after an interview in which he said: “I lived in Bohemia and it was a very welcoming place.”

Founder

Phil Hunt

Phil’s main business is in film, with Head Gear and Bankside Films, as well as a number of other corporate investments in the sector. He has produced or executive produced over 300 feature films, in the past quarter of a century. Head Gear Films is one of the world’s largest financiers of independent film, investing in around 60 projects a year.

Phil’s also a BAFTA voting member; a mentor to National Film and Television producing students and others; a regular speaker on the industry circuit; a founder of the British Film Festival of Kurdistan, Iraq; and a Patron of The Death Penalty Project.

Phil began producing feature films in the mid 90s with micro-budgets, which occasionally found more than a micro audience… Prior to the film business, he was an advertising and music photographer and worked with such bands as Big Audio Dynamite.

Distribution Coordinator

Annie Mullineux

Annie Mullineux works as Coordinator at Bohemia Media, liaising with Bohemia’s marvellous roster of filmmakers, and across Bohemia Euphoria, Bohemia’s new VOD platform and integrated social community. She has previously worked with the hiring platform Primetime in spotlighting women behind the camera above and below the line. The work she has done in the exhibition and programming sector – namely on the season of films ‘Diamonds in the Sky’, as well as producer on short film Gimcrack – has been in the pursuit of uplifting and foregrounding the work of women in film. She has also worked within the digital department at the British Film Institute, and as Marketing Intern at the documentary distributor, Dogwoof. Annie has a Masters in Film Studies, Programming and Curation from The National Film and Television School, and a bachelors degree in English Literature from The University of Sheffield.

Head of Distribution

Delphine Lievens

Delphine Lievens joined Bohemia Media as Head of Distribution in November 2021. Previously she held roles at Gower Street Analytics as a Senior Box Office Analyst, and at Altitude Films as a Theatrical Sales Executive, where she worked on award winning films including MOONLIGHT, I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO and THE FLORIDA PROJECT. She enjoys discussing current trends in the global screen industries and the urgent need for more diversity both on and off screen in film

A production, financing and talent management hub for creatives which champions diversity and supports individual voices.

Bohemia is Where Great Stories Come First.

A production, financing and talent management hub for creatives which champions diversity and supports individual voices. Bohemia Media aims to amplify the stories told by folk from marginalised groups which are not well-served within mainstream culture and might otherwise struggle to find finance. We bring in investors on a project-by-project basis, which will be cause-focussed rather than for profits.