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Mairi Bett established Skyline Films with partner Steve Clark-Hall over 25 years ago in Great Britain. Skyline started out producing documentaries and telefilms and has since expanded into feature film work all over Europe. In 2004, Ms. Bett was honored with the Women In Film Production Management Award.
Ms. Bett’s early feature work was as production and/or post-production supervisor credits on such features as Gillies Mackinnon’s Trojan Eddie and Small Faces, and Richard Kwietniowski’s Love and Death on Long Island, starring John Hurt. She later became a line producer on such films as Nigel Cole’s Saving Grace; Milcho Manchevski’s Dust; Mark Mylod’s Ali G inda House, starring Sacha Baron Cohen; Laurence Dunmore’s The Libertine, starring Johnny Depp; and United 93, directed by Academy Award nominee Paul Greengrass.
She reteamed with the latter as co-producer of Green Zone, starring Matt Damon. Other movies that she has co-produced include Julian Jarrold’s Kinky Boots, starring Golden Globe Award nominee Chiwetel Ejiofor; Roger Donaldson’s The Bank Job, starring Jason Statham and Saffron Burrows; and John Madden’s The Debt, starring Helen Mirren and Jessica Chastain.