Bute Street Film Festival Presents: Producing with Daisy Allsop

Bute Street Film Festival Presents: Producing with Daisy Allsop

Posted on behalf of Bute Street Film Festival

'Bute Street Film Festival Presents' will be bringing you a number of FREE creative round tables throughout the year in partnership with the BFI.


This is not your normal round table as we will be bringing you respected industry professionals to give you tailored advice on your work. So, if you have a film project that you are working on at any stage in its process but have knowledge gaps that you need specific answers for then these sessions are for you!









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Producer: DAISY ALLSOP


Company: Archface Films









Daisy produced Tell It To The Bees, a BFI-funded period drama starring Anna Paquin and Holliday Grainger which recently had its world premiere in Special Presentation at Toronto Film Festival. It was released theatrically in Spring 2019. She produced Screen Star of Tomorrow director David Leon’s feature Orthodox starring Stephen Graham and Michael Smiley which was longlisted for a BIFA for Best Debut Director and was theatrically released in 2016.


Daisy began her career in development and distribution, then acquisitions for sales agent and financier Capitol Films. She joined producer Nick Hirschkorn on Five Children & It and helped launch the film arm of commercials company Feel Films in 2004. As head of development for Feel she managed a slate of literary adaptations including BBC series Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell and The Song of Names. She was Associate Producer on Skellig starring Tim Roth, John Simm and Kelly Macdonald. She worked with Enlightenment Films as Associate Producer on I Can’t Think Straight and the award-winning The World Unseen.


In 2015 she was selected for the Rotterdam Producer’s Lab, Creative England’s Market Trader, and Lighthouse’s Guiding Lights schemes. As a writer she is represented at Casarotto Ramsay.






When
26 Sep 2019 at 7:00pm
until 26 Sep 2019 at 9:00pm
Where
Hat Factory Arts Centre
65-67 Bute Street
Luton
LU1 2EY

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