Rachel Robey

Producer

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Film, TV & Theatre

Agent: Sean Gascoine
Associate Agent: Amy Sparks

Film, TV & Theatre

Rachel Robey is a producer, and founder at Wellington Films, known for her work on multiple award-winning feature films such as London to Brighton, Calibre and The Levelling, and numerous successful short films.

Rachel also has a strong background in physical production having worked in a freelance capacity on films including Control (Anton Corbijn, 2007), Skeletons (Nick Whitfield, 2010) and Dead Man’s Shoes (Shane Meadows, 2004). 

Between 2011 and 2017, Rachel was Film Programme Manager at the British Council where she lead on the development of film programmes in the Middle East /North Africa/Sub Saharan Africa and created the Hakaya Souria development programme, working with displaced Syrian filmmakers in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey.

 

Television

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DEAF FUNNY

2018 - 2019

Wellington Films / BSLBT / Channel 4

4 x 30 minute sketch show in British Sign Language for a d/Deaf audience.
Directed by Charlie Swinbourne.

FOUND

2018

Wellington Films / BSLBT / Channel 4

2 x 30 minutes. Documentary about Deaf culture and identity in the UK, for a d/Deaf audience.
Directed by Charlie Swinbourne.

Film

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CALIBRE

2018

Wellington Films / Netflix / Creative Scotland / Creative England / Ingenious

Executive Producer.
Directed by Matt Palmer.
Winner of the Michael Powell Award (EIFF 2018) and Best Actor – Jack Lowden (BAFTA Scotland 2018)

THE LEVELLING

2016

Wellington Films / BFI / BBC Films / Creative England / Great Point Media

Producer.
Directed by Hope Dickson Leach.
Winner of Best Screenplay at BAFTA Scotland in 2017.

A MAN'S STORY

2010

Wellington Films / UK Film Council / Almega Projects

Producer.
A documentary feature film charting 12 years in the life of fashion designer Ozwald Boateng.
Directed by Varon Bonicos.

CRYING WITH LAUGHTER

2009

Wellington Films / Synchronicty Films / Scottish Screen

Producer.
Writter & Directed by Justin Molotnikov.
Winner of Best Film, BAFTA Scotland.

UNMADE BEDS

2008

The Bureau / Film4 / UK Film Council / EM Media

Co-Producer.
Written & Directed by Alexis dos Santos.

BETTER THINGS

2008

Wellington Films / Third Films / Flying Moon Filmproduktion / EM Media / Film4 / UK Film Council

Producer.
Written & Directed by Duane Hopkins.
Premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in Critics Week, 2008.
Winner of the MEDIA New Talent Prize for Screenwriting in 2004 and the Fipresci Critics Award at Stockholm International Film Festival 2008.

LONDON TO BRIGHTON

2006

Wellington Films / Steel Mill Pictures / UK Film Council

Producer.
Written & Directed by Paul Andrew Williams.
Best Achievement in Production (British Independent Film Awards 2006), Skillset New Directors Award (Edinburgh 2006), Best UK Feature (Raindance 2006), The Hitchcock D’Or (Dinard 2006), Nominated for British Producer of the Year, British Newcomer of the Year and Nominated for the Carl Foreman Award (BAFTA 2006).
Named by Timeout as one of the best 100 British Films of all time.

Short Films

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SUCH SMALL HANDS

2019

Wellington Films / Film4

Executive Producer.
Directed by Maria Martinez Bayona.

ALPHA BETA

2015

Wellington Films

Producer.
Written & Directed by Tom Hemmings.

THE DARK

2014

Wellington Films

Producer.
Written & Directed by Tom Hemmings.

ISLAND

2007

Wellington Films / Film4

Producer.
Directed by Matt Palmer.

ROYALTY

2001

Wellington Films

Producer.
Written & Directed by Paul Andrew Williams.

GUY NOO BHAJAN

EM Media / BBC

Producer.
Writer Mark Rayner / director Dena Smiles.