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  • What kind of motivated you to want to produce your own films?

  • When I finished ballet school where I was for quite a few years, I tried out for theatre

  • school and I did not get in and I then wanted to decide what I wanted to do instead, and

  • a lot of people that I met that were producers in film, and TV and theatre had gone through

  • law so I actually got into law school and thought that would maybe be the way because

  • I wanted to tell stories and work with film

  • Me and my, who I share my company with, my partner Charles, we, we, sat, probably had

  • a lunch three/four years ago and kind of, with a laugh said, 'it would be amazing

  • if we could try and do that one day' and then, we started it last year. So, now we

  • have a few projects in development.

  • You said sort of in the past that you had a run of films at a certain period where you

  • noticed that your character hadn't had, like a conversation with any other women,

  • like, at all and is that something you're kind of conscious of in the films you want to make though your own production company?

  • Definitely, I think in general that's something that I want to bring awareness to.

  • We need female writers. Sometimes, I'm actually, I've been surprised I would probably consider myself

  • that women know women better. I have been surprised by men who have been able to write

  • women very well.

  • So, I think it's more about, talking about equality and bringing things up and

  • making sure that we have both women and men both in front of the camera but even more also behind.

What kind of motivated you to want to produce your own films?

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