Eco Film Productions Ltd (EFP), founded by Dorset-based film producer Rachel Brown.
Rachel has a Masters Degree in Producing Film and TV from Bournemouth University, with her final dissertation focussing on ‘Sustainable film and television production in rural areas’ which explores how productions can be more environmentally sustainable.
Liz Humphreys has been supporting Eco Film Productions since inception – providing advice, guidance and investment from the start.
With extensive public and third sector experience at Board level in a wide range of strategic, operational and policy roles, Liz brings a depth of leadership and governance to the Eco Film Productions team through her extensive experience in leading change, corporate governance, business strategy, resilience and risk management and more.
Katy Roberts joined forces with the Eco Film Productions crew in the early stages of the company launch.
Running her own Marketing consultancy business called Fresh Brew Marketing, Katy has been excited to work alongside the Eco Film Productions team to build and launch an exciting new business to the market. Katy believes in supporting businesses who are taking the initiative to build local community, drive environmental issues forward and make a difference.
Annie has transferred her valuable skills and experiences of working on large broadcast drama film sets to consulting with Eco Film Productions on sustainable film production.
With a career spanning 18 years she has worked from runner to location manager, from first assistant director to production manager. Annie has a deep knowledge of working across both contemporary drama and costume drama with credits such as ‘EastEnders’, ‘Holby City’ and’ Casualty’ on her CV as well as costume drama adaptation classics such as Nancy Mitford’s ‘Love in a Cold Climate’. As a result, Annie brings a wealth of production knowledge to EFP.