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Robyn Slovo is head of film at the U.K. production company Company Pictures.
She began her career writing and producing for the stage. She segued to reading and story–editing for film and television, and in 1993 became executive in charge of all development for BBC Single Drama/Films. While at the BBC, she worked on a diverse slate of feature films, telefilms, and television dramas.
In 1997, Ms. Slovo joined George Faber and Charles Pattinson in forming Company Pictures. Recent Company credits include Stephen Hopkins' The Life and Death of Peter Sellers and the U.K. television series Shameless.
In the past half–decade, she has produced Lynne Ramsay's Morvern Callar, starring Samantha Morton; co–produced Norman Jewison's The Statement, starring Michael Caine; and executive–produced two soon–to–be–released independent features, Penny Woolcock's Mischief Night and Dan Wilde's Alpha Male.