Director Honor Northridge grew up in London, attended art school, and then pursued a BA in Visual Communication. 

She worked on Wes Anderson’s Asteroid City and The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar as part of the AD team and the on-set 2nd Unit Director’s Assistant. She freelanced as a videographer, editor & director for Bloomberg, filming short films all across London before becoming an in-house director at Cain and Abel. 

Her body of work includes campaigns for Pot Noodle, Cupra and the V&A. Her Pot Noodle spot won Bronze for Integrated Campaign at the British Arrows 2024 and a Bronze Lion at Cannes Lions 2023.

Ben Link, Co-founder and MD of the company says “Honor is exactly the kind of talent we love to discover: talented, bright, ambitious with great energy. Heather and I founded Missing Link Films’ seven years ago to discover female directors and Honor is one of the most exciting new talents that we’ve come across. She is off to a great start, having directed some brilliant work and already winning those highly coveted industry awards.”

Northridge says: “Heather and Ben’s dedication to supporting not only new directors but also women in the film industry is a value that really aligned with my own and made me feel like this company was where I belonged. In an industry with so many talented directors, I feel incredibly fortunate to have been discovered by them. Being part of their team and working with such a talented, knowledgeable and passionate duo as The Links feels like a dream come true. I can't wait to work together!”.