Woven Voices is a Scotsman Fringe First award-winning production company based in London, co-founded and headed up by Nadia Cavelle & Zachary Fall.
We seek to create and develop compelling content for the screen and the stage.
We are particularly interested in exploring subjects including, but not limited to: globalism, twenty-first century identity, multiculturalism, gender and sexuality, feminism and the contemporary city.
Nadia Cavelle is an award-winning playwright as well as an actor and screenwriter. Originally from Switzerland and France, but brought up internationally, she trained as an actor at the Drama Centre London, prior to which she studied English and French Literature at The University of Zürich, and worked in the entertainment and publishing industries.
Her second stage play, SUBJECT MATER, directed by Oliver Dawe, received rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019 and won a Scotsman’s Fringe First Award for innovation and outstanding new writing. There are plans for a second production in London.
In June 2017, Nadia completed her debut short as a writer director, LASCIVIOUS GRACE. It received nominations for the Best Screenwriter and Best Actor Awards at the BAFTA-qualifying Underwire Festival 2017, and was selected at the Oscar-qualifying Bermuda International Film Festival, the BFI Flare and the Lausanne Shakespeare Festival in 2018.
The first short film she wrote and co-produced, TALKING TRAFFIC, was nominated for Best Dramatic Short at The Women’s International Film and Arts Festival in Miami Beach in 2015 as well as the Audience Award at Les Rencontres du Court in Montpellier in 2016.
Her debut play BRUISES, directed by French director Jean-Claude Fall, ran for three weeks at The Tabard Theatre in London in August 2015. It received a number of four- and five-star reviews, and Nadia went on to adapt it into a short film, GIRLS DON’T CRY.
She is currently developing two feature scripts, MY SISTER’S SILENCE, a modern take on the myth of Phaedra, and LYUBA, a coming-of-age drama that explores egg donation in Ukraine.
Zachary Fall is a Franco-American actor born in Paris to American dancer/choreographer Lila Greene and French-Tunisian theatre director/actor Jean-Claude Fall. He trained at the Drama Centre London, graduating from the BA Acting course in 2013.
His TV credits include POLDARK opposite Aidan Turner, VERSAILLES opposite Alexander Vlahos and the second season of National Geographic's Emmy Award-winning show GENIUS, GENIUS: PICASSO, in which he portrayed Paulo Picasso opposite Antonio Banderas and Clémence Poésy. He portrayed Luc Pascal in the series GUILT which also starred, amongst others, Billy Zane and Anthony Head.
Other TV credits include CROSSING LINES opposite Marc Lavoine and William Fichtner, IMMORTALITY and REINAS.
Film credits include ALLIES opposite Frank Lebœuf, Julian Ovenden, Chris Reilly and Matt Willis.
Stage credits include the 2018 bilingual West End production of TARTUFFE at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, the Fringe First 2019 award-winning SUBJECT MATER, a French production of RICHARD III touring France and Switzerland, a trilogy of Tennessee Williams plays entitled KINGDOM OF EARTH at the Rosemary Branch Theatre and a French production of Jean Anouilh's ANTIGONE at the Barons Court Theatre.
He voiced several characters on the hit video-games THE DIVISION 2 and A PLAGUE TALE: INNOCENCE.
He will next appear in the US premiere of WHITE PEARL in Washington DC's Studio Theatre.