Magazine article Screen International

The Brit 50: Wellington Films

Magazine article Screen International

The Brit 50: Wellington Films

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The Nottingham-based company has recently made Edinburgh winner ‘Calibre’.

Rachel Robey and Alastair Clark

Need to know Al Clark and Rachel Robey’s Nottingham-based Wellington Films is riding high after its Scotland-set, $2m (£1.5m)-budget thriller Calibre was bought by Netflix, won Edinburgh International Film Festival’s Michael Powell Award and went on to pick up four nods at the Scottish Baftas. Previous highlights include Paul Andrew Williams’ London To Brighton and Hope Dickson Leach’s The Levelling. Robey left her role at the British Council last year to focus full-time on the company, delivering Wellington’s first TV commissions - sketch show Deaf Funny and doc series Found - both for the British Sign Language Broadcasting Trust. …

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