Workshop leader Linzy Attenborough trained to be an actor at the Arts Educational School, The Brit School of Performing Arts and Technology and Mountview Theatre School before discovering that her enjoyment stemmed from writing and Directing. In 2003 she retrained to be a filmmaker with Award Winning Production Company "Frame of Mind" in Bangalore, India.
Since 2003 Linzy has Written and Directed and Produced well over sixty films including documentaries and music videos for Make Poverty History in 2005. By 2006 Linzy was Producing Feature Films including her debut MAJOR HANA.
In 2007 and 2008 she made films for AVIVA PLC (Norwich Union, RAC), Sj Berwin, Transport for London, Latitude, RANK PLC (Mecca Bingo, Grovesnor Casinos), Montgomery Swan, Cable and Wireless and many more prestigious companies and directed, scripted and edited the DVD sold with the Apprentice Magazine, selling out over 100,000 copies.
Since 2008 to the present day Linzy has directed numerous music videos for talented artists; (Faroutproductions, The Flying Ties, The Cartel Records, Lemoy: The Siamese Empress, Nicole Blaze, The Yung Rydaz, Atheen Spencer, The Milestones and Tina Barrett to name a few) and many dramas from comedy to gritty realism. She also freelances as an Assistant Director and Production Manager on feature films and shorts.
From 2014 till 2017 Linzy Produced a women's talk show called DKW (A Different Kind of Woman) which was broadcast on sky 203 every Sunday at 4pm. She built an audience and created content for over 150 episodes.
She has previously taught acting and filmmaking at The London Film Museum, Pinewood Studios and mentored at LAMDA. She directs commercials and has to get actors into role delivering in a short space of time.
Linzy's personal ambition is to create films that challenge audiences perception, encapsulating the genre fantasy realism. Her vision is to create a successful film studio producing thirty feature films a year.