Anne Beresford

Anne Beresford


EAVE Project: Gal Planet

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Position Produer
Company Anne Beresford
ANNE BERESFORD is an independent producer working in film and television. She has a long track record of producing award-winning music and arts films, and also works in drama and features. Many of her films have involved international collaborations and co-prouctions. She is Series Producer for SHAKESPEARE SHORTS, 11 creative films commissioned by the GREAT Campaign and British Council running throughout 2016 and inspired by Shakespeare. Films to date include a dystopian JULIUS CAESAR shot in the Foreign Office, and MIRANDA’S LETTER filmed on a beach in Devon. Feature film credits include MOUTH TO MOUTH, writer-director Alison Murray’s debut starring Ellen Page which won major awards at Brooklyn, Annonay, Britspotting at Berlin. She also works in the area of stage-to-screen film, most recently Executive Producing Talawa Theatre’s KING LEAR with Don Warrington in the title role. Other work in stage-to-screen includes THE RAILWAY CHILDREN, MAXINE PEAKE AS HAMLET and PETER GRIMES ON ALDEBURGH BEACH, all of which have been shown in cinemas across the UK and rest of world. She was Series Producer for Channel 4’s RANDOM ACTS/BIG DANCE 2016 and producer for the 2014 series. Anne produced many of the BBC’s DANCE FOR THE CAMERA and 4 series of 4DANCE for Channel 4. Music films include the opera film OWEN WINGRAVE and ARMIDA, both for Channel 4. Documentaries range from TRAIN ON THE BRAIN for C4/TVOntario in which director Alison Murray illegally rode freight trains across North America to the music documentary QUARTET (C4/ ARTE/ WNET) and a profile of composer JUDITH WEIR for C4. She co-produced a feature documentary on choreographer WAYNE McGREGOR, and produced Y FLAMENCO and THE ROUGH GUIDE TO CHOREOGRAPHY, a 4-part series for Channel 4, live theatre event and accompanying ROUGH GUIDE book. Anne is a graduate of Bristol University and of the EAVE programme (2006). She is a member of Royal Television Society, the Creative Industries Federation and of the Atelier du Cinema Européen network.

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