Adrian Sturges is a British-born film producer Sturges was born in London and grew up in Rochester, Kent Sturges was educated at The King's School, Rochester, in Kent, in South East England. He studied Theology and Religious Studies and History of Art at King's College and graduated with First Class Honours in 1998. Whilst at Cambridge he was President of the Cambridge University Amateur Dramatic Club and produced comedy for the Footlights. Sturges studied producing at the National Film and Television School, taking their Industry Course and was selected for the inaugural Inside Pictures scheme. Sturges began his career working as assistant to producer Simon Relph whilst he was chairman of BAFTA. Sturges began producing by making the short films of such directors as Rupert Wyatt – Subterrain and Get the Picture, Gareth Lewis – Normal for Norfolk and Sam Taylor-Wood – Love You More, the latter being nominated for the BAFTA and the Palme d'Or His first feature was The Baker and directed by Gareth Lewis.
Subsequently, he produced The Escapist, the first film by Rupert Wyatt, selected for the Sundance Film Festival and for which he won the British Independent Film Awards prize for Best Achievement in Production. He produced The Disappearance of Alice Creed and directed by J Blakeson which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival. In 2011 he produced the film debut of Niall MacCormick. For television he has produced Whatever Happened to Harry Hill? for Channel 4 – a spoof documentary about the comedian. Future projects include J Blakeson's Bad Blood and Trouble which he is producing with Michael De Luca. Sturges was named a Producer to Watch by Variety a Star of Tomorrow by Screen International Producer on the Move at Cannes Film Festival by European Film Promotion and a BAFTA Brit to Watch in 2011 Sturges has a daughter, born in 2010 and a son, born in 2011 with his partner Catherine Mahoney. Adrian Sturges on IMDb Why producers so have the toughest role Guardian article
Stefanie Giesinger is a German model. She is the winner of the ninth season of the talent show Germany's Next Top Model, she was on the cover of the German Cosmopolitan in June 2014. Giesinger's parents are ethnic German and emigrated from Siberia to Germany in 1995, a year before her birth, she has primary ciliary dyskinesia and had to undergo an emergency operation at the age of 13. Since 2016 she has been in a relationship with the YouTuber Marcus Butler. After winning Germany's Next Top Model in 2014, she was signed to Günther Klum's modelling agency ONEEins, she didn't extend her two-year long contract. In 2014, she was cast for the movie Der Nanny, released in 2015. Furthermore, she was cast for the music video to the song 80 Millionen by German artist Max Giesinger, was walking for Dolce & Gabbana during the Milan Fashion Week 2017. In 2018, she was honoured as "Idol of the Year" at the About You Awards held by the German fashion online retailer About You