The Team



Andreea is an actress ( 'Bohemian Rhapsody', 'Misbehaviour', 'Merry Christmas,' 'Bout 2', BBC3's Things not to say)  and  producer, having produced various projects like short films "3rd Degree" , "At First Sight"  which had it's premiere at Raindance Film Festival and our documentary 'Don't mention Dementia' 

Andreea has been attached to this project from the beginning and has made considerable impact with the Fundraising Gala 2017 and

"Series of Stories." Screening in 2018.

Andreea works closely with Denise in developing the documentary further and bringing more stories to the surface. 

"Even if it takes 20 years and most of all I have I will see this project made, it is a real and beautiful story .

 I am so proud to work on this with fantastically talented and generous people and very lucky to learn and see first hand a project like this one grow."



Denise is an actress, writer and Dementia Champion (2017 Dementia Champion of the Year Finalist) with a passion for raising dementia awareness since her own father’s diagnosis in 2016. She has run many high profile Dementia Friends sessions and is an active volunteer for the Alzheimer’s Society.


She is keen to help those with dementia to live well with it and for others to see that by embracing their reality there is hope for carers, family and those diagnosed throughout the mixed journey of memories.

   ‘I am thrilled to be involved with a team that will help break the stigma and get everyone talking about the UK’s number one killer – dementia,’ ‘Through smiles, challenging times whilst reliving new and old memories we can all truly experience the world of dementia.’


                    Co - Producer

Alida grew up in Italy and Australia and began her acting career in 1999, working as a stage actress with several theatre companies mainly in Rome. Her performances include the young Isabella of Brienne in The wives of Frederick II, directed by famous Italian actor and director Pippo Franco. She graduated in Cinema Acting at the Actor Studio International of Rome and also graduated in Communication, Publishing and Multimedia Journalism at the "Sapienza" University of Rome and has worked as speaker and editor on national and international radio, including Radio Centro Suono 2, Radio Sapienza and the Australian Special Broadcasting Service (SBS).

She has been a invaluable asset to the Series of Stories- Don't mention dementia' documentary.