Magazine article Screen International

Len Rowles, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

Magazine article Screen International

Len Rowles, Stars of Tomorrow 2016

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"It's a really exciting step for me. Wildgaze makes beautiful films and their tenacity, vision and passion are extremely inspiring."

After studying for a degree in English with Film, Rowles took up a production co-ordinator role on a Channel 5 detective docu-drama, making 50 episodes in around 10 weeks, a job she describes as her "baptism of fire".

* READ: One-to-One: Len Rowles meets Iain Smith

She then spent 18 months as a runner on titles including Matthew Vaughn's Kick-Ass and Ian Fitzgibbon's Perrier's Bounty before landing a place at the National Film and Television School (NFTS).

There, she produced eight shorts, including the first 3D film to be made at the school, Thea 3D.

Her graduation film Skyborn was directed by fellow NFTS student Jamie Magnus Stone, and the pair collaborated again on short Orbit Ever After, which starred Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Mackenzie Crook and was nominated for a European Film Award and a Bafta. …

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