Watch an exclusive ‘making of’ 2014 Graduate film ‘Wait for Me‘, including the team constructing a 74ft trench above the ground in Salisbury.

Synopsis: Arthur and Annie Graham say farewell to their son William, as he departs for war, in the winter of 1914. Drifting further and further apart, the couple try to cope with their son’s absence.

Wait For Me’ has been written to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the First World War this year. As proud members of the Imperial War Museum’s First World War Centenary Partnership, the crew aim to celebrate the centenary by commemorating the sacrifices made by so many one hundred years ago.

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Producer James Kirby

Production Manager Matthew Hodgkin

1st Assistant Director Jordan Smith

2nd Assistant Director Nick White

3rd Assistant Directors  Eloise Rudd

James Duddy

Director Joel Hooks
Director of Photography Charlie Jenkins

Camera Operator George Phull

SteadiCam Operator Andrew Fletcher

Focus Puller Ben Parish

Clapper/Loader Mo Guy

Camera Trainee Olly Wilson

Production Designer Georgia Charter

Art Director Max Phillips

Art Department

Raffi Willow Bates

Tom Medlock

Gaffer Callum MacDermott

Best Boy Sam Taylor

Lighting Technicians 

Patrick Billingstad

Henry Howe

Anna Doychenko

Key Grip Adam Zimmerman

Grip Michael Renjo

Crane Operator Alex Finlayson

Sound Mixer Stefan Panić

Boom Operator Daniel Garden

Sound Editor and Re-Recording Mixer Claudio Santos

Editor Helen Campbell

Costume Designer Alice Brightman

Costume Supervisor Ella Denis-King

Costume Assistant Lauren Miller

Make-up and Hair Designer  Louise Ashton

Make-up and Hair Artists

Jenny Oliver

Giselle Michel-Gendre

Jack Streeton

Casting Director James Duddy

Storyboard Artist Charlies Delamere

Stills Photography Veronica Skoglund

Videographer Billy Boyd Cape

VFX

Therese Skundberg Fidje

Jonathan Turner

Bethany Harvey