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Faye Ward has worked at the independent U.K. production company Ruby Films since its inception, and has since become a creative executive and producer on the company’s film and television projects.
For Ruby, Ms. Ward recently produced S.J. Clarkson’s Toast, starring Helena Bonham Carter and Freddie Highmore, and adapted by Lee Hall from Nigel Slater’s memoir; and the highly acclaimed short Alice, written by Abi Morgan and directed by Marianne Elliott. She was associate producer of Stephen Frears’ Tamara Drewe, starring Gemma Arterton, also for Ruby and BBC Films; Ruby’s Chatroom, starring Imogen Poots of Jane Eyre for director Hideo Nakata; and John Alexander’s telefilm Small Island, starring Naomie Harris, David Oyelowo, and Ruth Wilson, for Ruby Television and BBC TV.
Ms. Ward is currently at work for Ruby on Sex Education, written by Jonathan Stern & Jamie Minoprio, which topped the recent “Brit List” of unproduced screenplays. Filming is now slated to begin in May 2011.